We do plays.
Washington College drama students play many different characters and many different roles behind-the-scenes, while learning about the theatrical arts and about themselves. As a theatre major, you’ll learn the nuts and bolts of acting, directing, and production, explore the history of theatre, and learn to act and think imaginatively.
Whatever your interests, there is something for you in WAC Drama. Theatre majors can write a script, perform, direct, stage manage, or design a show to complete their senior capstone. Courses in history, acting, directing, design and dramaturgy prepare our students for internships in cities such as Philadelphia, Baltimore and Washington, D.C., graduate work, and careers in the theater and many other fields.
In Fall 2009, the renovated Gibson Center for the Arts became the centerpiece of the drama department, providing a state-of-the-art environment for performers, technicians, and audiences.
All performances begin at 7:30 p.m. unless otherwise noted.
For ticket reservations call 410-778-7835 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
A Senior Theatre Thesis from Anna Baldwin
October 2 & 3
by Arlene Hutton
A Senior Directing Thesis from Andrew Huelskoetter
October 9 & 10
by Peter Shaffer
A Senior Directing Thesis from Charlotte Cugnini
October 23 & 24
by Jesse Eisenberg
A Senior Directing Thesis from Alex Foxwell
November 6 & 7
by Tennessee Williams
A Senior Directing Thesis from Amanda Klute
November 13 & 14
by Patrick Barlow
A Senior Directing Thesis from Sean Syme
November 20 & 21
by Reilly Cox
A Senior Playwriting Thesis
December 4 & 5
by Paul Zindel
A Senior Directing Thesis from Nicole Capobianco
March 4 & 5
by Kenneth Lonergan
A Senior Directing Thesis from Dominic LaGrotta
March 25 & 26
by Mike Bartlett
A Senior Directing Thesis from Kendall Davis
April 1 & 2
by Annie Baker
A Senior Directing Thesis from Nick Coviello
April 8 & 9
With dramatic readings, music and food, the daylong celebration mimics the fictional events that take place June 16, 1904, in James Joyce’s groundbreaking modernist novel Ulysses.
Kudos to Julie Armstrong, Val Dunn, Ariel Jicha, Paige Kube, Sydney Sznajder, and Alex Vidiani. The winner of this year’s prize, worth $62,900, will be announced Friday, May 15, at a special event in Decker Theatre.
The student winners of the 11th anneal 60 Seconds or Less Film Festival hosted by Washington College go for noir effects and comedy.