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Antigone: Tulane’s other Greek life this semester

‘Antigone’: Tulane’s other Greek life this semester

Ritisha Sharma, Intersections Editor March 23, 2022

This past week, Tulane’s Theatre and Dance department put on “Antigone,” a work by the Greek playwright Sophocles’,  translated by Ann Carson and directed by Ryder Thornton. The translation, intended...

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Tulane students take part in ‘Roleplay’, a play discussing college life, sexual assault

Haley Soares, Arcade Editor September 11, 2019

Over the past year, student actors and local theater group Goat in the Road Productions have worked together to create “Roleplay,” an original production dealing with the sexual culture on Tulane’s...

Feminist and expressionist play Machinal makes debut at Tulane

Feminist and expressionist play ‘Machinal’ makes debut at Tulane

Cori Shalit, Arcade Editor April 11, 2019

Tulane theater students have been hard at work since February in preparation for this week’s performances of “Machinal,” a 1928 play written by early feminist Sophie Treadwell. The play, an expressionist...

Czars Trinidad | Senior Staff Artist

Tulane’s Theatre and Dance Department shines spotlight on the magic of black theatre

Hugo Fajardo, Intersections Editor February 14, 2019

Before it became a business world buzzword, storytelling was a way for people to connect on an emotional level. The theatre has long offered a platform for this connection on a broader scale. Based...

Photo provided by Tulane Department of Theatre and Dance

‘Voir Dire’ fails to make racial impact it needs to

Shahamat Uddin, Contributing Writer February 13, 2017

A New York school principal loses his career and is deemed a felon, a white man pushes a Latina mother nearly into labor, two black women safeguard a jury that puts another black man in prison, and it...

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