News from Recent Graduates
Anna Richardson ('12), has combined her love for French and theatre, and has landed an internship with Théâtre du Rêve, a French theater company in Atlanta, GA, for their Nearly New play festival for the month of March. We wish her great success.
City Paper's top 10 plays of 2014--The Cook, The Thief... was directed by Emily Hall
News from Graduates from the Past:
Cornelia Cody, an alumna of Goucher's Theatre program in the 1980s, is currently a guest artist in residence at Goucher during January and February. She is developing a bilingual Spanish/English play that will incorporate original theatre pieces by students, based on the true-life immigration stories from participants at Goucher's Futuro Latino Learning Center. The production will be open to the public on February 7 and 9 at 7pm, and February 8 at 2pm in the Dunnock Theatre.
Cornelia was recently honored for her bilingual adaptation of 'Las aventuras de Don Quixote de La Mancha' at the GALA Hispanic Theatre in Washington, D.C.
Click here to read more about the play.
Dustin Morris will be featured in Single Carrot Theatre's production of The Flu Season. The play marks the opening of Single Carrot's move into their new theatre space. Here's a link to a teaser featuring Dustin.
Karen Ross is the head of the Mid-Atlantic Arts Council.
Miriam Ani , a Goucher Alumnae is making her debut at the Palo Alto Players in The Heiress.
"Romance, money, lies, manipulation...this play has it all!" -The New York Post
Directed by Dennis M. Lickteig and introducing Miriam Ani as Catherine Sloper
January 18 - February 2, 2014, preview January 17
Thursdays - Saturdays 8pm
All performances are held at the:
Lucie Stern Theater
1305 Middlefield Road
Palo Alto, CA 94301
Use promo code HEIRESS when purchasing tickets online and receive $5 OFF regular price tickets for all performances.
From Miriam Ani, an opening in Chekhov's Three Sisters in California.