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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, and Battle of the Voices, a musical competition concert.

SPRING 2019 PERFORMANCE SCHEDULE

Fall 2018 was the Pegasus Players’ 91st season, and our inaugural season in the new Mack Hall. We marked this milestone with a production of Cabaret, the musical. We also hosted a guest performance of Stephan Wolfert one-person play, Cry Havoc!

VOICES for INTERNATIONAL WOMEN’S DAY: February 28, 2019

Our second production of Norwich Voices for International Women’s Day will take place Thursday, February 28, with performances to include readings of poems and personal narratives about issues women face around the world.

SHORT PLAY FESTIVAL: April 4-6, 2019

This spring, the Pegasus Players will produce a Short Play Festival to include works written, directed, and performed by Norwich students and community members.

ALL PERFORMANCES

Curtain at 7:30 p.m.
Mack Hall Performing Arts Center
Norwich University

Free and open to the 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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