Theatre professor and Global Symposia fellows to visit Sangli, India, where a collective of sex workers uses performance to fight AIDS and stand up for women’s rights.
There’s a war in heaven, God is dying, and he’s taking the universe with him: this is the premise of José Rivera’s 1993 Obie-Award winning play.
Professor Helene Foley of Barnard's department of Classics and Ancient Studies, explores the ways in which Julie Ward Howe reimagines this famous Greek tragedy.
The one-man play, written and performed by David Greenspan, explores the non-artist's take on categorizing, dissecting, and defining art for the rest of us.
This powerhouse panel kicks off New Plays at Barnard, a premiere initiative partnering the Theatre Department with a downtown theatre company to develop and produce a new work by an emerging playwright.
In the second installment of the Theatre Thesis Festival, senior playwrights present their new plays in staged readings and senior theatre majors perform original solo works.
A comedic look at a true story: the consequences of a queen’s affair with an African servant in the court of the Sun King. Written by award-winning playwright Lynn Nottage and directed by guest artist Daniela Varon, a longtime member of Shakespeare & Company.