Dartmouth Theater Department The Living
Live Arts

The Living

by Anthony Clarvoe
November 17

Courage and compassion counter fear and darkness in this Department of Theater production.

19/20 Theater Department

London, 1665. In the midst of a terrifying and inexplicable epidemic that will ultimately kill over 20 percent of the city's population, a handful of residents struggle to respond to the cataclysm that threatens to engulf them. Heartbreaking, bitterly funny, and deeply moving, The Living celebrates the power of courage and compassion to combat a climate of overwhelming fear and darkness.

The Living is a production of the Dartmouth Department of Theater and is part of a mission to provide students with a distinguished, challenging and integrated course of study in the history, literature, theory and practice of theater, both in the classroom and in production.

The Friday, November 15 performance will be open-captioned.

Post-show discussion with cast and creative team following the Friday, November 15, performance.

The Top of the Hop Bar will be open Fri & Sat, Nov 15 & 16 from 7 pm through intermission. Bring your ticket for $1 off a drink; Hop Members at the Investor+ level receive a complimentary drink.

This event occurred as part of the 19/20 Theater Department season. This is an archived view.

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Dartmouth Theater Department The Living

A First Look at "The Living"

Located by the Hop Box Office and cafe, the Hop Garage is a suite of three plain, box-like rooms with black floors, gray walls and white ceilings. Despite that drabness, there's an air of sanctity in...

Credits

Jamie Horton
director
Michael Ganio
scenic designer
Laurie Churba
costume designer
Dan Kotlowitz
lighting designer
David Remedios
sound designer

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