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Classics scholar praises Randolph’s Greek Play, director in Didaskalia

A scene from the 2018 Greek Play, Medea

A scholarly review of Randolph College’s 2018 Greek Play, Medea, was recently published in Didaskalia, a peer-reviewed, electronic journal dedicated to the study of all aspects of ancient Greek and Roman performance. Written by A.C. Duncan, a classics professor at the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill, the article thoroughly reviews the performance by Randolph students... READ MORE >>

Endstation production, The Bluest Water, features local story and familiar faces

Ho’ola Bush gives a monologue during the play

The newest production by Randolph College’s professional theatre in residence, Endstation Theatre Company, hits home locally—and not just because it tells the story of Nelson County survivors of the historic Hurricane Camille. Randolph’s faculty and students have played a large role acting and creating the set in The Bluest Water this summer. In August 1969,... READ MORE >>

Dungeons & Dragons comes to Randolph: spring theatre production, She Kills Monsters, opens April 18

Characters put their swords together in She Kills Monsters

Monsters will take over the Thoresen Theatre stage on April 18—and only one girl can stop them. Agnes Evans and her heroic and humorous exploits in a fantasy world will be the focus of Randolph’s spring theatre production, She Kills Monsters. In She Kills Monsters, Agnes (portrayed by Liz Beamon ’20) leaves her childhood home... READ MORE >>

Acting up: Randolph students nominated for Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival awards

Liz Beamon '20 (second from left, standing) and Ho'ola Bush '20 (second from left, kneeling) on stage with other members of The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe cast

Four Randolph students were nominated for awards at the Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival (KCACTF) for their roles in the fall theatre production, The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe. Liz Beamon ’20 (Aslan) and Ho’ola Bush ’20 (Edmund) were nominated for Irene Ryan Acting Awards, Chloe Brazzi ’21 was recognized as a props... READ MORE >>