theatre

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 >>

Curtain Call: Theatre professor Ken Parks retires from Randolph after nearly two decades

“I’ve gained a lot in my time here, from relationships built with fellow faculty, staff, students, and community members. I hope that I’ve managed to give as much as I’ve received.”... READ MORE >>

Randolph Theatre announces 2020-2021 season

This season, Randolph Theatre is going from Ancient Greece to Wonderland to small-town Wisconsin. ... READ MORE >>

Randolph Announces 2019-2020 Academic and Leadership Awards

Randolph College banner in front of Main Hall

Academic Awards Art and Art History Outstanding First Year: Aisha Downs Rachel Trexler Ellis ’44 Art Prize for Excellence in Art: Lewis Ward Awarded annually with preference given to a graduating senior studio art major. The criteria for the selection shall include inherent artistic talent and academic performance, along with the intention to pursue a... READ MORE >>

Randolph seniors to direct Winter One Acts production Feb. 21-23

Three Randolph College seniors will showcase their talent and work during The Winter One Acts, a production scheduled for Feb. 21-23, that will feature three short plays. Liz Beamon ’20 will direct Sam Shepard and Joseph Chaikin’s Savage/Love, Latekia Bryant ’20 will direct Agatha Christie’s The Rats, and Shakiah Johnson will direct Tennessee Williams’ This... READ MORE >>

Randolph hosting first-ever Arts Open House Feb. 8

Graphic for Arts Open House

  Are you or someone you know interested in studying the arts at Randolph College? Sign up now to attend Randolph’s first-ever Arts Open House February 8! The daylong event will help prospective students and their families get to know the art scene at Randolph and will feature the College’s studio art, dance, museum and... READ MORE >>

Randolph to present fall theatre production, The Sea Voyage

Scene from The Sea Voyage

This Thursday, audiences are invited to set sail for a good time as Randolph’s theatre students perform the classic comedy, The Sea Voyage. Inspired by Shakespeare’s The Tempest, The Sea Voyage includes singing, dancing, shipwrecks, unexpected love, reunions, French pirates, castaways, a society of Amazonian women, and a little buried treasure. Written by John Fletcher... READ MORE >>

Setting the stage: Summer Research explores art of stagecraft

Professor Heather Sinclair (left) and Karyn Heisig draw stage renderings

Although she is a history major, Karyn Heisig ’20 often jokes that her minor in theatre is a “half major.” “I’ve always seen myself working in professional theatre somehow,” Heisig said. “I’ve dabbled a little bit in acting on stage, but I’ve always been drawn more to what’s going on backstage and how everything that... READ MORE >>