The SUNY New Paltz Department of Theatre Arts will showcase “She Kills Monsters,” a dramatic comedy about fantasy role-playing games. The play, directed by Michael Barakiva, will have shows available on Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays from Thursday Feb. 27, 2020 to Sunday March 8, 2020 in Parker Theatre. Tickets […]
The SUNY New Paltz Department of Theatre Arts will showcase Shakespeare’s “Henry V” this fall at McKenna Theatre. The play, directed by John Patrick Hayden, will run on Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays from Thursday Nov. 14 to Sunday Nov. 24. Tickets will be available for purchase online starting Sept. […]
Written by Marla Ogden Story edited and packaged by Jessie Russell Students in Professor Lindsay Lennon’s Feature Writing class were assigned interviews with SUNY New Paltz alumni who were featured in Wired Gallery’s “Golden Age of New Paltz” exhibition. This is what they found: Featured images by Jack Murphy and […]
Students in Professor Lisa Phillips’ Literature of Journalism class were assigned to immerse themselves in the unfamiliar. Here’s what they found: Maeve Allen watches puppets perform during a rehearsal of Avenue Q, where the theater department students express themselves through their characters. Connie Rotunda danced her way to the center […]
Photos by Steph Golub Edited by Tyler Fischer and David Tregaskis
Transgender issues may be a hot topic on campus, but they are nothing new, as the Theatre Arts Department reminds us with the play “EUGENIA.” Written by playwright Lorae Parry, “EUGENIA” is a gender-bending play that is set in two time periods, 1916 and modern day New Zealand. It addresses […]
The New Play Festival’s inaugural season premiered on April 8, and continued until April 10. For the weekend of performances, the audience was brought into a new world of theatre –one where actors are on stage with scripts, wearing basic costumes on a stage absent of props and scenery. […]
At first glance, there won’t seem to be anything different about Rosendale from any other quaint little upstate town, save for the historical Rosendale Theatre, which opened its doors more than 60 years ago in February 1949.