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Georgetown University’s Newspaper of Record since 1920

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Georgetown University’s Newspaper of Record since 1920

The Hoya

“The Phantom Tollbooth” appeals to young children as well as more mature audiences, which will appreciate the production’s thoughtful message and universal theme.

FEATURE: ‘The Phantom Tollbooth’

By Dani Guerrero January 27, 2017

From Georgetown’s Theater and Performance Studies Program and the student-led Nomadic Theatre comes the imaginative play “The Phantom Tollbooth,” running from Jan. 26 to Feb. 4 in the Davis Performing...

Dynamism and Opportunity at Center Stage

By Viviana De Santis September 16, 2016

As the curtains open on Georgetown student theater groups this fall, new plays promise to bring renewed diversity to their repertoires. This year, theater groups on campus are moving toward a common aim:...

Thomas Shuman (COL17) in afterlife: a ghost story, Nomadic Theaters Fall Show

A New Kind of Horror at Nomadic’s ‘Afterlife’ in the Devine Theatre

By Jane Mikus October 27, 2015

A mother who meets the murderer of her own child will truly understand what it means to hate. A transformative hatred, the real kind. These are the images that come together in Nomadic Theatre’s...

Theater Explores Social Issues

By Emily Lett September 18, 2015

In high school, I didn’t really see myself going to college. Instead, I wanted to work at an elephant orphanage in Kenya. But when I got my acceptance letter to Georgetown, my parents made me go to a...

Work is under way for the set of Nomadic Theatre’s production of “boom,” which will open in Walsh Black Box Theatre on Oct. 30. The play is  being produced by Suzanne Coles (COL ’17) and has been put together by the hard work and dedication of a student production team.

Behind the Scenes

By Alex Mitchell October 24, 2014

As we finally settle into fall, Georgetown’s campus theater season has launched into full swing. Productions by the Mask and Bauble Dramatic Society and Black Theatre Ensemble have already graced...

Theater Season in Review

By Lindsay Lee April 25, 2014

Emerging Actors The dawning of a new theater season comes with the difficulty of having just graduated experienced actors but also comes with the excitement of seeing actors bloom and step up to the...

Drama Jumps Into the Deep End

By Lindsay Lee February 28, 2014

“Pool (no water)” is a contemporary play by Mark Ravenhill about a tight knit group of artists struggling with issues of creative jealousy, guilt and addiction, currently being performed by Nomadic...

‘Hamlet’ Spin-Off Plays With Perceptions

By Simon Redko October 25, 2013

Nomadic Theater’s production of Tom Stoppard’s 1966 play “Rosencrantz & Guildenstern are Dead” is the perfect opportunity to exercise your mind in a new way after weeks of exams and...

Act Two: Landing a Part Beyond the Front Gates

By Courtney Ulrich May 19, 2011

When I was 9 years old, I said to my dad, "I want to be an actor," and he said, "No." So I turned to other pursuits, although I continued to act, taking roles such as Frederic in "The Pirates of Penzance,"...

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