A Feat of Absurd Proportions: The 24-Hour Bald Soprano

It was 2:00 a.m. on Saturday, March 2nd, and a wall of round analog clocks, all ticking away and gradually running their circuit, stood adjacent to the entrance of the Frear Ensemble Theater. The clock in the center of the wall had

Dublin by Lamplight

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Theatrics Brought to You By …

Let’s face it: it’s barely been two weeks at Swarthmore and you’re probably tired, burnt out and — most importantly – completely unamused. Here’s a guide to some of the drama and improvisation groups on campus that can help lift your spirits,

Movement Mania: Theater Course Fascinates and Bewilders

Assistant Visiting Professor of Theater Quinn Bauriedel’s “Movement Theater” course is arguably the most out-there course offered at Swarthmore College. Those theater classes you’ve heard about where students roll around on the ground? — this is it. It’s also an extraordinarily moving