Current Season

Spring 2014

MAINSTAGE SEMINAR PRODUCTION
war

Directed by Lary Opitz

Thursday, April 10th through Saturday, April 12th at 8:00pm
Sunday, April 13th at 2:00pm
Thursday, April 17th and Friday, April 18th at 8:00pm
Saturday, April 19th at 2:00pm

In every American war from the Revolutionary War to Iraq and Afghanistan, people have captured the horror, pathos and intensity of warfare in their letters. Tens of thousands of these letters have been handed down from generation to generation. Best selling author Andrew Carroll established the Legacy Project through which he has collected thousands of war letters. He created this piece of verbatim theater play based upon many of these letters. IF ALL THE SKY WERE PAPER tells the story of war from the viewpoint of the men and women in the front lines, affected civilians, and loved ones on the home front

TICKET PRICES:  $12 General Admission / $8 Students & Seniors
Box Office: 518-580-5439 or email:  boxoffice@skidmore.edu


BLACK BOX SEMINAR PRODUCTION

middletown

Directed by Daniel Shure '14

Friday, February 28th through Saturday, March 1st at 8:00pm
Sunday, March 27nd at 2:00pm
Monday, March 3rd through Wednesday, March 5th at 8:00pm

"Will Eno is an original, a maverick wordsmith whose weird, wry dramas gurgle with grim humor and pain of life." - The Guardian.
"A preoccupation with cosmic quandries - and with the pain and lonliness that often mark human existence - pervades the plays of Will Eno." - The Boston Globe

Called "a Samuel Beckett for the John Stewart generation" by the New York Times, In his trademark subversive style, Will Eno's work features a wide array of characters who populate Middletown.

TICKET PRICES:  $12 General Admission / $8 Students & Seniors
Box Office: 518-580-5439 or email:  boxoffice@skidmore.edu



WORKSHOPS AND PROJECTS

Our workshop program provides students with the opportunity to explore their interests in acting, directing and playwriting. Each semester, students develop theater projects in consultation with a faculty advisor, culminating with performances in the Rehearsal Studios. Workshops are generally in Studio A on the second floor of the JKB Theater at 8pm unless otherwise noted.

January 31 in Studio B at 3:30pm
A first reading of The Wayward Boys Society
By Adrian Appleman

February 16-18 in Studio A at 7:00pm
The Boundary Trial of John Proctor, Carolyn Gage
Directed by Emma Filer
AND
Electra from Iphigenia and Other Daughters, by Ellen McLaughlin
Directed by Joan Lawson

February 28, in Studio B at 3:30pm
A second reading of The Wayward Boys Society
By Adrian Appleman

March 14, in Studio B at 3:30
A reading of  Rose, La Nuit Australienne, by Noelle Renaude
A translation by Alison Shaufler

March 23-25 in Studio A at 8:00pm
An Adaptation of The Waves by Virginia Woolf
Directed by Sophia Gonzalez

March 28, in Studio B at 3:30pm
Scooter Thomas Makes It to the Top of the World by Peter Parnell
Directed by Hannah Baker

April 11, in Studio B at 3:30pm
A final reading of The Wayward Boys Society
By Adrian Appleman

April 14-16 in Studio A at 8:00pm
Rose, La Nuit Australienne, by Noelle Renaude
A ranslation by Alison Shaufler

April 25 in Studio A at 3:30pm
Bring Your Fork: A Manifesto
A devised piece led by Emma Bridges and Lauren Rappaport

Dates and Times To Be Determined

Together We Can Do So Much More
A devised piece led by Conor Mullen
To be done in a space other than the JKB Theater Building

Los Dioses del Inti Raymi (The Gods of the Summer Solstice festival)
A Dance/Theater piece created by Salomé Egas
To be performed in the Dance Theater


FREE HOUR THEATER
Studio B is reserved every Friday afternoon after Theater Company Meetings from 3:30-5:30 for the presentation of any theater work by students. Reservations are on a first-come-first-served basis. The space can be approved and scheduled by Lary Opitz.

January 24
To Be Announced
January 31

The Wayward Boys Society

February 7

To Be Announced

February 14

To Be Announced

February 21
To Be Announced
February 28

The Wayward Boys Society

March 7
Rose, La Nuit Australienne
March 21
To Be Announced
March 28
Scooter Thomas Makes It to the Top of the World
April 4
To Be Announced
April 11
The Wayward Boys Society
April 18
To Be Announced
April 25
Bring Your Fork: A Manifesto

 

 

Reservations for Mainstage and Black Box Productions

Contact the Skidmore Theater Box Office at 518-580-5439 or email us at boxoffice@skidmore.edu
Group rates are available for 10 or more
For group sales contact Kathy Mendenhall, 518-580-5430

Tickets for the SEMINAR productions in either theater are (unless otherwise noted):
$12 for General Admission
$8 for Students/Skidmore Community Members/Senior Citizens

There is no charge for Student Directed Studio Projects. Student phone numbers for making reservations for these events will be available in the Theater Office at 518-580-5430

Directions

Directions to Skidmore and the Janet Kinghorn Bernhard Theater are available on the Skidmore College Maps & Directions Page.

Parking is available in the two parking lots which are accessible immediately after turning either left or right from the Broadway entrance to the campus. The JKB Theater is located behind the Zankel Music Building and to the south of Filene (walk through the Zankel Building lobby to the JKB Theater).

Drop-off and handicapped parking is available by turning left after entering the main entrance to the campus from North Broadway - drive past the fourth Zankel Building parking lot entrance and make the next right.

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