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Jan 19, 2016 This darkly comic Tony Award-winning meta-musical is set in a future dystopia where a 20-year drought has caused the government to implement a ban on private toilets.
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Margaret Atwood's: The Penelopiad

Oct 13, 2015 Directed by David Haugen, this daring response to Homer's The Odyssey in which Penelope recounts her life's story and the murder of her twelve handmaidens...
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OHIO Profiles in Faculty Achievement - Shelley Delaney

Oct 8, 2015 Ohio University Communications and Marketing presents the third installment of its “Profiles in Faculty Achievement” video series with a feature on Shelley Delaney..
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Keira Hambrick teaches the cast of The Penelopiad how use the Aerial Silks

Oct 7, 2015 Visiting Artist Keira Hambrick instructs theater students in the twists and turns of aerial movement...
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Experience The Arts Day

Oct 4, 2015 Register today to participate in our annual OHIO student art festival.
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Rebecca VerNooy's: Elbows Off The Table

Sep 21, 2015 OHIO's Theater Division Presents: Elbows Off The Table by Rebecca VerNooy...
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Theater and Health Science Students Partner to Save Lives

Aug 31, 2015 Teams of undergraduate and graduate students simulate removal of injured bodies from the complex environment of a lighting grid.
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Faculty Take Collaborative “Tammy Faye” Production Tour

Aug 13, 2015 The two-actor play features Shelley Delaney, an associate professor of performance, in the title role alongside fellow OHIO professor David Haugen.
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Playwrights Take the Stage

Apr 29, 2015 21st Annual Playwrights’ Fest features yearlong projects from the School of Theater
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Dramaturgs Have Largely Unknown but Important Role in the Theatrical Process

Feb 25, 2015 Dramaturgs serve many roles in the process of producing a play. They are the director’s third eye, the critic in the room, a representative for the playwright and a historian, said Matthew Cornish, assistant professor of theater history, who is in charge of the OU dramaturgy practicum.
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