The Barnard theatre department presents Caryl Churchill’s now-classic play Top Girls. From its opening moments Top Girls sets contemporary women’s struggles for power, recognition, and equality against the rich background of feminist history.
The Barnard theatre department presents a searching inquiry into the personal meaning and significance of the loss of vision. Directed by Pulitzer Prize-nominated and Obie Award-winning writer, composer, director, and performer Rinde Eckert.
The Barnard theatre department presents one of Shakespeare's most beloved plays—a romantic, yet clear-eyed parable of outrage and forgiveness. Sold out. Waiting list at the door Friday and Saturday.
In the second installment of Senior Thesis Festival 2012, senior playwrights present new plays in staged readings for the thesis in playwriting; senior theatre majors perform original solo works for the thesis in solo performance.
Barnard welcomes the celebrated playwright, essayist, actor, and activist as he ponders some of the most intriguing issues of our day.
For the inaugural production of New Plays at Barnard, the theatre department joins forces with downtown company New Georges to bring to the stage Lauren Feldman’s The Egg-Layers.
From its famous first word—MERDRE!— through its glorious anatomy of scatology, gluttony, and homicide, Ubu the King is the instrument of total satire.
At Barnard, students study the performing arts intellectually and critically, while immersing themselves in practice on campus and in the wider world of New York City.
The Barnard theatre department presents playwright and filmmaker Rainer Werner’s Katzelmacher, a provocative vision of a contemporary anti-theatre.