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THEATRE PROGRAM DIRECTOR
Jeff Casey
Assistant Professor of Theatre
Marsilius 111
jcasey1@norwich.edu
1 (802) 485-2423


Students seeking to explore theatre in the classroom will find numerous opportunities at Norwich. We offer courses in dramatic literature, theatre appreciation, acting, directing, technical theatre, Shakespeare, performance studies, and related topics. The theatre program regularly organizes other events, such as Norwich Voices for International Women’s Day, a spoken word performance about women’s issues (see video), and Battle of the Voices, a musical competition concert.

FALL 2018 PERFORMANCE SCHEDULE

CABARET: November 8 – 10, 2018

We open our 91st season with the musical Cabaret, a love story set against the rise of Nazism. Cabaret was first staged at Norwich in 1998, and we are excited to bring it back to for our first season in the brand-new Mack Hall performance space. Directed by Jeff Casey. 

CRY, HAVOC!: November 30, December 1, 2018

As part of our inaugural season in Mack Hall, Norwich will also host a performance by Stephan Wolfert of his play, Cry Havoc! A one-person play that unites veterans with civilians, Cry Havoc! shows us that the military men and women of Shakespeare’s time wrestled with the same hopes and worries that occupy our modern lives. It explores the difficulties that our veterans and their families face today. Directed by Eric Tucker.

Curtain at 7:30 p.m., Mack Hall Performing Arts Center, Norwich University.
All performances are free and open to the Central Vermont community.


ABOUT THE PEGASUS PLAYERS

For over a century, theatre has been an integral and lively part of student life on the Norwich campus. Founded in 1927, the Pegasus Players are the oldest continuously operating student group on campus. Pegasus students stage multiple performances each year ranging from classical to contemporary to musicals. Recent productions include Harold Pinter’s Party Time.

 

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