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Nothing compares with the beauty and excitement of a live concert. The W&J Choir and Camerata Singers’ annual performance of a major work is always an anticipated event. Last season […]
“O, wonder! How many goodly creatures are there here! How beauteous mankind is! O brave new world, That has such people in it!” Thought to be Shakespeare’s final play, The […]
The W&J Choir and Camerata Singers will present two “bonus tracks” to their Fall Concert tonight, Tuesday, November 24 at 7:30 pm. Tune in to hear the South African praise […]
We are honored to present T. Scott Frank’s original play The Connections, which was originally scheduled for last spring. The annual Department of Communication Arts fall production will certainly be […]
What do you get when you lock student directors, writers and actors in the theatre overnight? COMBUSTION! EXPLOSION! (or as the poets say) SLAM! Join us Saturday, Sept. 12 at […]
Announcing a contest open to ALL W&J STUDENTS! We are looking for artwork for the cover of the 2020-2021 Olin Fine Arts Center Brochure. The artwork can be in any […]
Come out and see some great miscast performances! Students have rehearsed, memorized, and will now be performing in a role that they’ve always wanted but have never had the chance […]
Is there anything you’ve always wanted to perform but you weren’t right for the role? Have you always wanted to give theatre a try but you didn’t have the time? […]
In early March, Washington & Jefferson College communication arts and English major Abigail Adams ’20 saw her play Don’t Worry, You’re Happy selected for a reading by professional actors at the Mid-American Theatre Conference held in Cleveland, Ohio.
Dara Gold ’12 is the author of “How To Be The Perfect Wingwoman,” an original, new musical that debuted during the Washington D.C. Capital Fringe Theatre Festival in July.