They command armies, slay enemies, and lead nations. Playing the bard’s most famous men makes the actresses of Femina Shakes more confident women. By Julie Butters | Photo by Cydney Scott Mackenzie Devlin was trying to be ugly. The five-foot-seven, blue-eyed blonde had been told she’s the ingénue type, and in a typical production of […]
Boston University College of Fine Arts School of Theatre presents DADDY ISSUES October 19-25 Wednesday, Oct 19, 7:30pm Thursday, Oct 20, 7:30pm Friday, Oct 21, 4:30pm Saturday, Oct 22, 5pm Sunday, Oct 23, 7pm A Boston University College of Fine Arts New Play Initiative production, and the School of Theatre’s official 2016 Kennedy Center American […]
Boston University College of Fine Arts School of Theatre presents THE TRAIN DRIVER October 13-16 Thursday, Oct 13, 7:30pm Friday, Oct 14, 7:30pm Saturday, Oct 15, 8pm Sunday, Oct 16, 11am and 4pm By Athol Fugard | Directed by Michael Ofori | Roelf, a train driver, has spent weeks searching for the identities of a […]
Boston University College of Fine Arts School of Theatre presents THE IDENTITY PROJECT October 14-16 Friday, Oct 14, 7:30pm Saturday, Oct 15, 2pm and 8pm Sunday, Oct 16, 1pm and 7pm Devised by the Company and directed by Jeffry Stanton | “We can spend our lives letting the world tell us who we are…Letting history […]
Romeo and Juliet on the BU Beach: BU’s Weeks of Welcome brought Classic Repertory Company performers Ivy Ryan (CFA’16) (from left), Katie Grindeland, Jocelyn Weiss, and Dana Stern to wow a BU community audience last Friday. Photo by Alexandra Wimley (COM’17) Courtesy BU Today
Be a fly on the wall in a Boston University College of Fine Arts Class! In this episode: Theatre professor Michael Kaye assigns a poem project to his students. Watch as they create unique scenes based on the poems of Harold Pinter.