[performance @ new college]

[performance @ new college] is a collegiate theatrical production company under the artistic direction of the faculty in theatre and performance studies. The primary purpose of our production company is to provide practicum opportunities for students in the joint disciplinary Theatre AOC and to invite students from across the campus to engage with the performing arts.

Providing theatrical opportunities for students at New College

[performance @ new college] is a collegiate theatrical production company under the artistic direction of the faculty in theatre and performance studies. The primary purpose of our production company is to provide practicum opportunities for students in the joint disciplinary Theater, Dance, and Performance Studies Area of Concentration and to invite students from across the campus to engage with the performing arts.

There is a myriad of ways to work with [performance @ new college]. Any member of our campus community may audition to be an actor in one of our shows or be interviewed to work behind-the-scenes with technical areas such as costumes, sets, lights, or sound. Students from AOCs outside of theatre are highly encouraged to join us as part of the cast or crew as we collaboratively create canonical and contemporary works of theatre, movement pieces with more of a dance focus, or hybrid performance events that belie categorization.

Current Show: The (M)others

Written by Nikki Yeboah

Directed by Denise Yvette Serna

September 17 @ 8PM (EST)

September 18 @ 8PM (EST)

September 25 @ 9PM (EST)

September 27 @ 7PM (EST)

About the show: An oral history performance produced in collaboration with San Jose State University and presented on ZOOM.

Free and open to the public

RSVP Here on Eventbrite

Support for This Event Was Provided By A Grant From The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Content Warnings: racial violence, police brutality

Free and open to the public

Note that RSVP tickets guarantee your seat until five minutes before the performance. After that, we will begin seating from the waitlist until the house is full. If there are no RSVPs remaining online, that does not mean we are sold out. We reserve several seats for walk-up audience members during each performance. The probability is high that you will get a seat if you are on our waitlist; come to the theatre and house management will find you a spot!

For more information about [performance @ new college], please email Prof. Diego Villada or call 941.487.4120

Previous shows

2019-2020

2018-2019

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