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The 2014 Short Stuff Festival

Dec 18 2014

Annual festival of new works brings together writers and directors

by Deneia Washington

Student Profile: William Bankhead

Dec 10 2014

Undergraduate student has rare opportunity as mainstage technical director 

by Deneia Washington

She Stoops to Conquer, which ran at Temple Theaters from November 12 – 22, was a special opportunity for junior theater student William Bankhead to display leadership and skill by taking on a position that has only been given to a select few. Bankhead was given the chance to take full control as technical director for this mainstage production.

The Process: Dialect Work in She Stoops to Conquer

Nov 7 2014

The cast works with Rosemary Hay on their character's accents

By Emily Young

Meet The Designer: Mandy Goynes

Oct 30 2014

Details set the stage for She Stoops to Conquer

by Deneia Washington

All hands are on deck as Temple Theaters’ She Stoops to Conquer, an 18th century comedy about an high class country woman’s attempt to woo a wealthy London man who’s more at easy with lower-class women, will be making its debut in Randall Theater soon. Graduate student and set designer Mandy Goynes has been hard at work capturing elements of this period piece that’ll make audience members feel like they’re back in time.

Student Theater Season: A Culture of Support

Jun 24 2014

New student organization develops student-driven theater

By Deneia Washington

“Vibrant culture,” describes the expected outcome of student drive in the Theater Department. With constant streams of student produced productions but moderate student engagement, one sought out to rejuvenate the culture of student theater. Junior Alex Monsell felt fit for the task.

Temple Theaters' World Premiere ODD GIRL OUT

Apr 22 2014

Temple Theaters’ produces a world premiere drama on bullying

Temple Theaters concludes its 2013–2014 season with a groundbreaking new drama, Odd Girl Out: The Hidden Culture of Aggression in Girls. Adapted and directed by Douglas C. Wager, associate dean of the Division of Theater, Film and Media arts, it is based on a pioneering book of the same name by Rachel Simmons, an author and educator.

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