Tag: Theater

Virtual Voices draws attention to Zoom theater conflicts

Photo courtesy of Jenna Craig   Despite the technical complications of Zoom theater, from sound lags to getting disconnected, “anything is better than nothing,” said Ramapo alum Tom Kiely at the Virtual Voices showcase this past Friday. The event was the sixth in the theater department’s virtual season, “Theater Rethought.”  […]

Ramapo students celebrate Shakespeare’s birthday

Photo by Kimberlee Bongard In celebration of Shakespeare Day, students and faculty participated in workshops and performances to commemorate the playwright’s 454th birthday on April 23. Terra Vandergaw, an associate professor of theater, credited Ramapo’s 10th annual Shakespeare Day to the support from Ramapo’s theater program, the Devised Theatre Ensemble […]

“Urinetown” cast and crew prep for opening weekend

Photo by Kim Bongard The cast and crew of “Urinetown” are debuting their brilliantly humorous musical this upcoming weekend in the Berrie Center’s Sharp Theater. Originally written by Greg Kotis and Mark Hollman, the upcoming rendition of “Urinetown” is directed by Ramapo alum Joe Kiely. “Urinetown” is an award winning […]

Highly experimental student play moves into final week

Photo by Michael Pacheco The new Ramapo production of “The Sonic Life of a Giant Tortoise,” a student-performed rendition of Japanese playwright Toshiki Okada’s 2011 play, is moving into its second and final week onstage in the Berrie Center’s Adler Theater. The production stars five nameless characters dressed in black […]