Mark Bramble memorialized at Washington College ceremony

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By Cassy Sottile News Editor The Chestertown theatre and Washington College community filled Decker Theatre on Saturday, March 9 in a celebration of the arts in honor of Mark Bramble. Bramble passed away on Feb. 20 at the age of 68. As author of the books for “Barnum,” “42nd Street” and “The Three Musketeers,” and […]

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WC invites audiences to six spring theatre productions

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            By Julia Clifton and Olivia Montes Elm Staff Writers   This semester, Washington College’s Department of Music and Department of Theatre and Dance will present a number of performances including staged readings, senior capstone productions, and one musical. First on deck is one staged reading, “Fefu and Her Friends” […]

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Grupo Cambalache: Nothing Is Black and White; New Theater Group Aims to Discuss Culture, Politics Through Spanish Language

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By Abby Wargo Student Life Editor For Spanish lovers and Latinx individuals alike, there is a new special interest group to reflect a wider range of student interest. Grupo Cambalache is a Spanish theater club which aims to give students space to use Spanish to communicate outside of the classroom. They meet on Wednesdays at 7:15 […]

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Spring Into Upcoming Theatre Shows

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By Cassandra Sottile Elm Staff Writer The Theatre Department is putting on five shows through March and April under the various direction of Assistant Professor of Theatre Brendon Fox and five senior theatre majors. Fox will be directing “Silent Sky,” a play based on the true story about 19th century astronomer Henrietta Leavitt as she […]

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“Macbeth” Reflects on Power Struggles

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By Anna Mayes Elm Staff Writer On Nov. 11-12, senior Kaitlyn Fowler brought William Shakespeare’s “Macbeth” to campus for her senior directing thesis. “As a nation, and a world, we have spent the past year questioning who should have power and what that can mean for a country,” said Fowler. “I knew that either way, […]

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Looking at the Performance of Politics from a Theatre Perspective

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By Elijah McGuire-Berk Web Editor After a year of attending political events and years of studying theatre, Associate Professor of Theatre and Chair of the Department of Theatre and Dance Michele Volansky is more than ready to present her findings to Washington College. Coming up on Oct. 26 is the fourth part of the series […]

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