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Nigel Maister is first recipient of Peck Artistic Directorship

Nigel Maister is first recipient of Peck Artistic Directorship

March 5, 2014

Created with a lead gift by University Trustee Janice M. Willett ’78S (MBA) and Joseph T. Willett ’75S (MBA), the Russell and Ruth Peck Artistic Directorship is endowed thanks to generous contributions from 176 additional University alumni and friends.

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EVENT:  ‘A Bright Room Called Day’

EVENT: ‘A Bright Room Called Day’

November 20, 2013

The play presents the story of a small circle of close friends impacted by the rise of Hitler.

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<em>The Glass Menagerie</em> opens April 25

The Glass Menagerie opens April 25

April 19, 2013

A powerful and moving drama, the play follows its iconic characters—the dreamer, Tom Wingfield, his crippled sister, Laura, and their overbearing mother, Amanda—as they deal with the disillusionment of the past and attempt to escape to a better future.

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Kenneth Gross Receives Award for Dramatic Criticism

Kenneth Gross Receives Award for Dramatic Criticism

December 18, 2012

Kenneth Gross, Renaissance scholar and professor of English at the University of Rochester, will share the 2011-2012 George Jean Nathan Award for Dramatic Criticism for his book Puppet: An Essay on Uncanny Life. Cornell University’s Department of English, which administers the prize, calls it one of the most distinguished in American theater. Endowed by the […]

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