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Dry Land makes a splash

Jack Noble May 6, 2016

This weekend, the Experimental Theater Board presents Dry Land, directed by Sarah Meister ‘16, starring Mairead Koehler ‘17, Sasha Blinnikova ‘17, Lexi Norvet ‘16, and Christian Kreznar ´16. Dry...

Webb’s COMPS incorporates multiple dance forms

Jack Noble April 15, 2016

On Friday, April 15, Lucia Webb ‘16 will present her Comps show, entitled Ephemera, in the Weitz Blackbox Theater. On behalf of the the Carletonian, I was able to view the show before its release. Ephemera...

Devised theatre a must-have on campus

Jack Noble January 30, 2016

Last term during 10th week, Professor Roger Bechtel’s Theater 345, “Devised Theater and Collective Creation” class performed “Modern Love,” a devised theater piece, in the Weitz rehearsal rooms....

Player’s Tartuffe a roaring success

Jack Noble November 7, 2015

Last weekend, the Weitz Blackbox Theater made way for “Tartuffe,” written by imfamous French playwright Molière in 1669 and translated by Richard Wilbur in 1963. Theater professor Roger Bechtel...

Notes on life abroad, Parisian culture

Jack Noble May 1, 2015

Dear Carletonian readers, Thought I’d write in to tell a bit about the Paris Spring 2015 program currently. Twenty-five of us are sticking it out over here in the land of virtually free baguettes and...

“Penelopiad’s” maiden voyage a success

Jack Noble March 7, 2015

The Penelopiad, written by Margaret Atwood and directed by Sarah Meister, premiers this weekend at the Little Nourse Theater, with shows Friday and Satuday night at 8PM. The Penelopiad, a modern reinterpretation...

Player’s Trestle on track for second successful weekend

Jack Noble February 27, 2015

The Carleton Players will continue The Trestle at Popelick Creek this weekend at the Weitz Theater, with shows Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Before a formal performance review commences, it should be noted...

Project passes despite majority opposition

Jack Noble February 27, 2015

This weekend Carleton students voted in the CSA 2015 Winter election to allocate funds to create an outdoor basketball court. 440 students were in favor, and 656 were in opposition. Only one sixth of...

“The Aliens” nearly out of this world

Jack Noble February 13, 2015

“The Aliens,” written by Annie Baker and directed by Bethany McHugh, opened last night in Little Nourse Theater, and will continue to run Friday and Saturday nights. A repeat of McHugh’s strong...

High Ratings for Talk Radio

Jack Noble November 16, 2014

Senior Theater-History double major Andrew Harvey stars in “Talk Radio” as part of his Comprehensive Excercise. Directed by Ethan Ramsay ’17, the cast takes to the Weitz rehearsal room this weekend. “Talk...

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