Endstation summer season begins with Playwright’s Initiative Reading Festival

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Running from June 13-16, the event features staged readings of new and original scripts about Central Virginia. ... READ MORE >>

Randolph celebrates 2023 mid-year graduates

Twenty-two students will receive their diplomas this winter— 17 undergraduates and five who have completed the Master of Arts in Coaching and Sport Leadership (MACSL).... READ MORE >>

Department of Performing Arts staging ‘Sense & Sensibility’ with a ‘youthful splash’

Performances are scheduled for Nov. 16-20. ...

Jordyn Shumpert ’25 reflects on Lyric Opera of Chicago summer internship

The internship allows Randolph students to gain hands-on experience in arts management and nonprofit fundraising while working for the Lyric’s development office. ... READ MORE >>

New MFA in Theatre program welcomes first faculty, students to campus

The two-year program includes five residencies on campus and four semesters of virtual classes along with one-on-one faculty mentorship.... READ MORE >>

Endstation Theatre staging ‘T-Room…The Musical,’ ‘Treasure Island’ this summer

Endstation’s summer season continues with two unique shows. ... READ MORE >>

Randolph students bringing ‘A Wrinkle in Time’ to the stage

The production is being staged as part of a special topics in theatre course, Acting in a Children’s Theatre Production, being offered during Session 4.... READ MORE >>

In the limelight: Theatre course introduces students to basics of special effects, lighting, and sound

The familiar strains of Queen’s “Under Pressure” rang out in Randolph’s Lab Theatre, the overhead lights pulsing with the beat.... READ MORE >>

Fall theatre production, ‘Doctor Faustus,’ embraces the ‘spooky vibes of the season’

Performances will be held at 7:30 p.m. Oct. 27 and 28; 2 and 7:30 p.m. Oct. 29; and 2 p.m. Oct. 30.... READ MORE >>

‘Shakespeare isn’t scary’: Students strive to make the Bard’s work more accessible

This story is part of an ongoing series featuring the work of students and faculty participating in Randolph’s 2022 Summer Research Program. Isabel Stephens ’23 and Lily Tacke ’23 have bonded over their shared love of William Shakespeare during their time at Randolph. This summer, they’re immersing themselves in the work of the Bard, alongside... READ MORE >>