Archive for Tag Archives: ' Theater'

Hearty laughs, a little ingenuity and a healthy dose of fire

Hearty laughs, a little ingenuity and a healthy dose of fire

Posted On: April 16, 2015

Mankind has come a long way from the days of loincloths, guttural cries and the occasional act of [...]

A dissonant maritime production

A dissonant maritime production

Posted On: January 26, 2015

It’s said that there is no honor amongst thieves, yet it would seem that mercy, nobility and exuberant [...]

‘The Comedy of Errors’ provides a witty and whimsical theatrical delight

‘The Comedy of Errors’ provides a witty and whimsical theatrical delight

Posted On: November 06, 2014

With a sharp rap of his cane, the esteemed Duke Solinus (Jason Via ’15) steps upon his pedestal [...]

‘DANCEVENT’ showcases talent of students and professors

‘DANCEVENT’ showcases talent of students and professors

Posted On: October 27, 2014

A vengeful god, a woman’s inner turmoil and a neighborhood diner closed for the night — Orchesis Dance [...]

Love and lust in Italy: Big Love premieres at PBK

Love and lust in Italy: Big Love premieres at PBK

Posted On: October 02, 2014

The cast of “Big Love” emphasized each of the play’s highly relevant and onerous themes such as gender [...]

Supporting the commitment behind the College’s productions

Supporting the commitment behind the College’s productions

Posted On: April 14, 2014

The enthusiasm that pulsates throughout the College of William and Mary community amazes me and was one of [...]

Action: Sky Jarrett ’16 brings talent to the College

Action: Sky Jarrett ’16 brings talent to the College

Posted On: January 28, 2013

He’s been on Broadway. He’s acted on television. He’s even performed at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Yet [...]

“That Girl” with Grace Mendenhall ’13

“That Girl” with Grace Mendenhall ’13

Posted On: September 20, 2012

Grace Mendenhall ’13 is a philosophy major currently working on her honors thesis on an ancient Chinese utilitarian. [...]

Thoroughly Modern Millie

Thoroughly Modern Millie

Posted On: January 25, 2012

There’s really only one occasion on which the words “white slavery” shouted in a large room full of [...]

Beyond the Burg: Princeton University students criticize grading quotas

Posted On: February 02, 2010

Declining grade point averages have students and faculty members at Princeton University questioning the university’s controversial grade quota [...]