Faculty Directed/Choreographed Productions

Slices of Life, Festival of 10-Minute Plays,
October 1, 2, 2004, Strider Theater,
Produced by TD 379-Directing.

I Take Your Hand in Mine by Anton Chekhov,
October 8, 2004, Pugh Center,
A staged reading by Richard Sewell and Kim Gordon.

The Tempest by William Shakespeare,
November 14, 15, 21, 22, 2004, Strider Theater.

Millions of Cats, An adaptation of Wanda Gàg’s
children’s story by Tina Wentzel,
Colby Dance Theater,
January 11 through February 5, 2005, Strider Theater.

In Divisiblunder by Richard Sewell,
January 21, 22, 23, 2005, Cellar Theater,
World Premiere.

Marisol by José Rivera,
April 21, 22, 23, 2005, Strider Theater.

 

Touring Productions/Guest Artists
Sponsored By The Department

Gull, An adaptation of The Seagull by Anton Chekhov,
October 8, 9, 2004, Strider Theater,
Lightbox.

Air and Water,
February 25, 2005, Strider Theater,
Bennett Dance Company.

 

Student Directed/Choreographed Productions

Oleanna by David Mamet,
October 21, 22, 23, 2004, Cellar Theater,
Producer: Powder and Wig,
Director: Julie Miller ’06.

I Hate Hamlet by Paul Rudnick,
November 18, 19, 20, 2004, Page Commons Room,
Producer: Colby Dinner Theatre,
Director: Katie Toole ’05.

Colby Dancers Workshop Performance,
December 10, 2004, Strider Theater,
Producer: Colby Dancers,
Artistic Director: Lisa Reinhalter ’05.

An Ideal Husband by Oscar Wilde,
March 4, 5, 2005, Strider Theater,
Producer: Powder and Wig,
Director: Rachel Damon ’05.

Pugilist Specialist by Adriano Shaplin,
March 10, 11, 12, 2005, Cellar Theater,
Producer: Powder and Wig,
Director: Kate Campbell ’05.

Colby Dancers in Concert: Razzle Dazzle,
April 15, 16, 2005, Waterville High School (Trask Auditorium),
Producer: Colby Dancers,
Artistic Director: Lisa Reinhalter ’05.

The Bald Soprano by Eugene Ionesco,
April 28, 29, 2005, Bixler Art Museum (Alex Katz Wing),
Producer: Powder and Wig,
Director: Karin Shankar ’05.

The Colby Drag Show: Oh Snap!,
April 30, 2005, Strider Theater,
Producer: AM 376-Alternative Popular Cultures,
Director: Geronimo Desumala ’06.

 

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