Jeremiah Hines’ senior theater project, “Redefine Me,” is breaking the norms: of gender, American culture, costume design, and senior projects themselves. “Redefine Me” is a costume showcase which will be ... read more about Theater major ‘redefines’ the senior project with boundary-breaking costume showcase
Eastern Mennonite University’s Main Stage spring production, “The 39 Steps” is a zany fast-paced Alfred Hitchcock spoof. Other descriptions of the award-winning Broadway show include energetic, chaotic, quirky and packed ... read more about Comedy rules in spring production of Alfred Hitchcock spoof ‘The 39 Steps’
“Distant Witness: Social Media, the Arab Spring, and a Journalism Revolution,” an immersive, multi-media play based on the events of the Arab Spring, will make its full stage debut April ... read more about ‘Distant Witness,’ adapted from journalist Andrew Carvin’s book, immerses audience in Arab Spring
Justin Poole, assistant professor of theater at Eastern Mennonite University, and professional composer and musician Jim Clemens present “The Gospel Project: A Theatrical Journey through the Life of Jesus Christ.” The ... read more about Commissioned theatrical work with live music retells the Gospels in ‘challenging’ and ‘surprising’ ways
Singing and dancing animals in Eastern Mennonite University’s MainStage Theater? A fly fishing frog and toad, an Appalachian Trail-hiking snail and mining moles? A community of critters showing how delightful ... read more about Winsome creatures from Appalachia take the stage in Tony-nominated musical ‘A Year with Frog and Toad’
Eastern Mennonite University’s fall 2014 production of Shakespeare’s “Twelfth Night” was such a rousing hit that the play, which has been called the “Moulin Rouge version,” has been adapted for ... read more about ‘Twelfth Night: A Musical Remix’ to be performed at Capital Fringe Festival in Washington D.C.