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All in a Day’s Workshop

From a farce of Sophocles to a contemporary Woody Allen satire, with the eclectic group of workshops this term, audience members are sure not to grow tired of the theater scene here on campus. A comic take on the Greek tragedy Oedipus Rex, Oedi, written by Rich Orloff and directed by Abby Seldin ’05, went…

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Dallett Steps Down

Phillipian: How did you become interested in theater at Andover? Meg Dallett: I’ve been doing theater of one kind or another ever since I can remember (who knows what got me started in the first place?), so when I came to Andover, it wasn’t a question of “should I do theater?”, it was more a…

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Schouten Shares Her Passion

Phillipian: What are the strengths of our Theater Department as it is now? Alison Schouten: Andover’s Theater Department provides students interested in theater with fantastic opportunities. The faculty are all well-versed in the field [of theater.] Students have incredible visions for projects as well as the will and talent to put these projects together. Phillipian:…

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Wallace Keeps a Watchful Eye

Phillipian: How have you been involved with acting and directing? Lydia Wallace: I have acted in two classrooms and two musical reviews. I have also directed three classrooms before this term’s Drama Lab, You’re A Good Man, Charlie Brown. Phillipian: What has been your personal favorite experience with the theater program at Andover? Why does…

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From Oedipus to Absurdity

So here we are in a new term. Places to go, people to see, and PA Theater shows to watch. Whether you are the avid dramatist or the “catch-a-play-if-Ryley-isn’t-open-yet” type, the Theater and Dance Department has a show for you this term. From satire to Broadway tunes, spring term promises endless variety upon the stages…

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