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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.

FALL 2019 SCHEDULE

Illustrated Poster of digitized heart illustration for

“In Love and Warcraft”

Madhuri Shekar’s techno-romantic comedy

Thursday through Saturday, November 14 – 16

Curtain at 7:30 p.m.
Mack Hall Auditorium
Norwich University

Free and open to the community. Rated M for mature. This play may not be appropriate for young audiences.

THURSDAY AND SATURDAY: Thursday and Saturday’s performances will be followed by post-show discussions with cast, crew, and faculty.

FRIDAY: Friday night’s performance will be followed by Sex, Chocolate, and the Experts, an open discussion about sex, sexuality, and sexual health.


SPRING 2019 SCHEDULE

“The Brief Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao”

Adapted from the Pulitzer Prize-winning novel
by Junot Díaz

Tuesday, April 23

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Curtain at 7:30 p.m.
Mack Hall Auditorium
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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