A play that addresses topics such as political correctness, misogyny, and racism towards Indigenous people inside and out of the entertainment industry will surely foster many interesting discussions.
Covid-19 has put a full stop to the arts industry. Actors, musicians, technicians, arts administrators, and so many other people are in a state of limbo. Hope College is among the lucky few places that have implemented safety protocols that allow student and faculty artists to come together in these trying times to put on […]
The Many Voices Project is a play-reading series that Assistant Professor of Theatre Richard Perez and the Hope College Theatre Department have launched in cooperation with the Center for Diversity and Inclusion. Over the course of this academic year, four plays representing culturally diverse characters and concerns will be presented as concert readings: Fade by Tanya […]
Friday, April 24, 2020, the last day of classes for students here at Hope College. The “here” for most of these students is more varied these days — a handful remain in Holland, Michigan, while the rest of the 3,057 enrolled find themselves back home scattered throughout the country. Some, like myself, are fortunate enough […]
Hope College has the honor of being a part of the rolling world premiere of The Shakers of Mount Lebanon Will Hold a Peace Conference This Month along with four other universities nationwide. This play was commissioned by The Big Bridge Theatre Consortium, of which the Hope College theatre department is a part. This group […]
Dr. Andrew Dell’Olio, professor of philosophy, is returning to the Hope College stage in the theatre department’s next production Smokefall. The play, by Grand Rapids-native Noah Haidle, will appear on the DeWitt Studio Theatre stage on Friday and Saturday, October 11 and 12, and Thursday through Saturday, October 17 to 19 at 7:30 p.m. On […]
Hope theatre majors often choose one of three large markets to start their careers – New York City, Chicago, or Los Angeles. Recently, three graduates of the theatre department at Hope have started new and promising adventures at other prominent theatre hubs. Mollie Murk ’16 is an acting apprentice in the 2019-20 Professional Training Company […]
The department of theatre will be saying goodbye to Perry Landes and Paul Anderson as they say hello to retirement after 63 years of combined service to the program.
All theatre majors at Hope College must hold an internship, fulfill a major design or stage management role in a faculty-directed production, or complete an independent project. For his final capstone experience, senior Jose Angulo is writing a play titled “Bleach.” It is based on Jose’s own experience as well as the experience of other […]
A good number of Hope theatre students recently earned recognition for their work at the Kennedy Center American College Theatre Region III Festival in Madison, Wisconsin.