ON STAGE // DARTMOUTH DEPARTMENT OF THEATER PRESENTS
A festival for the development of innovative new theater projects initiated by Dartmouth alumni. Vox Theater is in residence at Dartmouth from July 1-8, collaborating on four new works-in-progress involving Dartmouth students, alumni and faculty.
All events are free.
For more information, please visit theater.dartmouth.edu.
Vox Barter, a collage of new work by Voxfest artists curated by Olivia Gilliatt ‘08. Location TBA.
thu JUL 7 5:30 pm • Warner Bentley Theater
A workshop presentation of Grab the Land, a devised theater piece that examines identity, privilege and what it means to grow up American. Directed by Cliff Campbell ‘04.
thu JUL 7 8 pm • Warner Bentley Theater
Staged reading of Grey Lady by Kate Mulley ’05, directed by Lillian King ’07. This play with music follows a woman in search of adventure and purpose during the Civil War.
A workshop presentation of Macbeth in Rhythm, a devised theater piece that explores Shakespeare’s text through rhythm and song. Directed by Hannah Chodos ’06, featuring Ben Weaver ‘03.
fri JUL 8 8 pm • Warner Bentley Theater
A staged concert reading of Tear a Root from the Earth, music and lyrics by Johnny Walsh, book by John Bair ’06, and directed by Marina McClure ’04. This folk opera about a family in war-torn Afghanistan returns to VoxFest for a second summer of development.
This year’s Voxfest is generously supported by Dartmouth’s Experiential Learning Initiative and the Office of Alumni Relations.