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The Department of Theatre is thrilled to present a festival of original works created by some of our graduating students for their Capstone Projects.  Presentations of these original works will be in the Ryder Theatre Lab (334 Ryder Hall).



Thursday March 14: 

  • Joop's Story:  A Veiled Resistance at 7pm, 7:45pm, 8:30pm, 9:15pm


Friday March 15: 

  • Hex & The Invisible Line at 7pm


Saturday March 16: 

  • Hex & The Invisible Line at 3pm
  • Joop's Story:  A Veiled Resistance at 7pm, 7:45pm, 8:30pm, 9:15pm



Joop's Story:  A Veiled Resistance - a Guided, Immersive Experience created by Andie Weiner ('24)

  • An interactive installation about the Netherlands during the Holocaust, and specifically the role of women during the Holocaust. It weaves in a true story of one family's bravery to take in a Jewish baby and another mother's hardship to give her newborn to strangers.
  • Content Advisory:  This presentation includes references to the Holocaust, genocide, and antisemitism.

The Invisible Line - a play written by Mer Brown ('24)

  • Diamond, Malaika, and Justus are black students at Redwood High - a school where 85% of the students are white. As they start a new school year, they start to take notice of how the lack of diversity is and has affected the way they act and think.
  • Content Advisory:  This production includes the use of strong language, discussion of microaggressions, and mentions of “the n-word.”

Hex - a play written by Maerose Pepe ('24)

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