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This article on the former Theatre Arts building and the Cinema House is the second in a series of articles on the history of Denison’s Arts Quad
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Emerson '23 & Jon Powell '23
Performances
A collection of five short comedies by David Ives each with different characters, stories and focuses, ranging from existential crisis to romantic comedy.
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Sarah Wuellner '24
Students
Balancing involvement on campus both in and outside of the arts
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Faculty
The Ohio Art Education Association recognizes Prof. RebeccaTurk as the 2021 recipient of the Higher Education Division Award.
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Students performing 'Everybody'
Performances
A lottery-based play about living, dying, and who will come with you when it’s your time.
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Phoebe Martin '24
Students
Phoebe Martin '24, a Theatre and Data Analytics major, shares what she is learning through her Denison experience.
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Hal Holbrook meeting a student
Our distinguished alumnus died in January 2021. In 2012, he visited the campus where he met his life's mentor and came to know himself as a learner.
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Merlin Bell '15
Alumni
Following time on stage at Denison, Theatre major Merlin Bell ’15 is now Managing Director of The Fonseca Theatre Company in Indianapolis.
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Performance outside the Eisner Center
Denison's Eisner Center director talks about keeping the arts alive during the year-plus of COVID-19.
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Fairs & Festivals
The Fringe Festival includes three original performances directed, written, and acted by Denison students.
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Adam Venrick
Performances
There are 13 different variations of the bird story, and they work together to gradually become one larger story.
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Destiny Mack ‘21 as Marianne Angell and Jordan Zelvin ‘21 as Marie Antoinette
Performances
This feminist comedy contemplates creativity in a time of great chaos, offering its audience a rollicking two hour rollercoaster ride.
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“The support that we provide can offer our students a wide range of skills that are easily transferred into many other careers and industries."
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Sophia Menconi '20
Sophia Menconi '20 is directing Samantha Simone (CBS "Blue Bloods”) and Xaiver Reyes (Kinky Boots National Tour) in "The Pee Test."
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Performances
Denison’s “Stories on the Hill” club began this fall under the leadership of Genevieve Pfister '24
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Alumni
Artistic Director of Retro Productions Heather Cunningham '93 has made her career and life In New York's comparative and creative theatre world.
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Performances
Voices of color perform. Original words, music, dance, and imagery from Denison's POC community.
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Awards & Honors
Sarah Wilson '20, a theatre and English double major, was awarded Denison’s President’s Medal, the college’s highest student honor.
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Student News
Denison's Theatre students are creating and sharing memories.
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Mark McLoney '81
Dr. Mark McLoney '81, a theatre major at Denison, is the medical director for MetroHealth’s LGBTQI+ Pride Network in his hometown of Norwalk, Ohio.
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Will Brackenbury '15
Alumni
Econ and theatre double major and computer science minor Will Brackenbury '15 is pursuing a PhD in comp. sci. & shares grad school insights in this Q & A.
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The good liar poster
Alumni
Screen playwright Jeffrey Hatcher '80 shares behind-the-scenes intel about "the Good Liar," starring Helen Mirren and Ian McKellen
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Michael D. Eisner Center for performing arts
Performances
A full listing of Denison's offered events during the Granville Christmas Candlelight Walking Tour taking place Saturday, Dec. 7.
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Jennifer Garner '94 speaking at commencement
During her commencement speech, Jennifer Garner '94 suggested dressing as a mailbox for Halloween — she made good!
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Alex Moffat '04
Antics on the Chicago Bulls' basketball court got SNL's Alex Moffat '04 noticed.
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Performances
Sarah Wilson ’20 and Sophia Menconi ’20 share their thoughts on directing "The Wolves."
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Tiny Beautiful Things by Columbus' Available Light Theatre.
Diego Rubey '19 and Jordan Fehr '07 get great reviews for their performances in ‘Tiny Beautiful Things’ by Columbus' Available Light Theatre.
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Dedication ceremony for the Michael D. Eisner Center for the performing arts
Denison dedicates the Eisner Center, highlighting the interdisciplinary energy of dance, music and theatre.
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Prof. Cindi Turnbull
Faculty
'women ... are taking back their own power, and I think the cowboy is just a personification of strength,' says Professor Cindi Turnbull.
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BoJack Horseman
Performances
Theatre student Adam Venrick '21 shares his excitement in being on stage for BoJack Horsemen, the first theatre production in the Eisner Center.
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