theatre

‘Spitfire Grill,’ Randolph’s latest musical, ‘gets right at your heart’

Performances are scheduled for 7:30 p.m. March 3 and 4, 2 and 7:30 p.m. March 5, and 2 p.m. March 6. ... READ MORE >>

Randolph adds musical theatre minor

The new academic program is all about connecting students’ enthusiasm and interests with the curriculum. ... READ MORE >>

The Marvel Universe comes to Randolph: ‘Hammered: A Thor & Loki Play’ and ‘Squirrel Girl Goes to College’ open Nov. 18

A superhero who can talk to squirrels. A high school graduation crashed by Dr. Doom. Another chapter in the match-up between always-at-odds brothers Thor and Loki. Those are just a few of the plot points audiences can expect from Randolph College’s Marvel Double Feature later this month. The College’s theatre department is presenting two one-acts,... READ MORE >>

Randolph’s beloved Greek Play returns with the tragedy ‘Heracles & Deianeira’

“Heracles & Deianeira,” traditionally referred to as Sophocles’ “Women of Trachis,” is about the titular married couple and a misunderstanding between them that causes Heracles to become very ill.... READ MORE >>

Randolph announces 2020-21 Academic & Leadership Awards

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2020-21 award winners ... READ MORE >>

A virtual trip down the rabbit hole: Randolph’s ‘Alice in Wonderland’ available to stream online

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The production will be available to stream online from April 9-30.... READ MORE >>

Randolph Together: Professors take online learning to a new level with creative ways to engage students

Music professor Randall Speer recorded himself conducting with an accompanist to send to chorale and orchestra students, so they could record themselves performing along to the same master track. The video was shot from multiple angles to give each group a unique view.

“I see our faculty’s response as not an isolated reaction to our current circumstance, but an extreme example of qualities that have long been strengths of the Randolph College faculty, like accessibility, student-centeredness, and empathy,” said Provost Carl Girelli. “Our faculty have met the shift to remote learning as a challenge and an opportunity to gain and share skills, many of which will enrich the academic experience beyond this moment of crisis.”... READ MORE >>

Randolph Theatre to present English professor’s original play via Zoom

Gary Dop not only adapted the script to comment on the state of politics but also our daily lives in the midst of a pandemic. The entire play has been re-staged for Zoom.... READ MORE >>

Greek Play to be presented live on Zoom

Greek Play

“Heracles & Deianeira” was moved to next fall due to the pandemic, but Cohen and her cast are presenting it via Zoom this weekend. ... READ MORE >>

Randolph theatre program adapts to online learning with tutorials, supply kits

Randolph theatre professor Stephanie Earl has spent the spring and summer watching as theatre communities all over the world adjusted to performing during a pandemic. “There has been a ton of content out there, a lot of play readings, that have happened via Zoom,” Earl said. “It started in the spring, but in a small... READ MORE >>