Wheaton College Norton, Massachusetts
Wheaton College
Theatre and Dance Studies

Academics

  • An Evening of Dance with Jean Appolon Expressions

    February 7, 2014
    Jean Appolon Expressions is home to Boston’s premiere Haitian contemporary dance company, blending modern technique, Haitian folkloric dance and live traditional drumming. Mr. Appolon's dynamic repertoire preserves and educates while pushing the art form forward to remain vital, accessible and thoroughly inspirational.
    Weber Theatre, Watson Fine Arts 7:30pm More »
  • 9 Avenues

    Theatre Ensemble Experiments presents 9 Avenues

    May 9 & 10, 2014
    Senior Theatre Arts majors and minors stage a lively montage of reflections on what it means to graduate from Wheaton College under the supervision of Professor David Fox.
    Kresge Experimental Theatre 7:30pm More »
  • Dance Company, Wating Between Worlds, spring 2014

    Wheaton College Dance Company presents Waiting Between Worlds

    May 1–3, 2014
    The ensemble performs under the direction of Artistic Director Andrea Taylor-Blenis, instructor of dance. For ticket information and reservations ($10 general, $5 Wheaton community & seniors, $2 students), contact the Watson Box Office at 508-286-3575 or by email at boxoffice@wheatoncollege.edu.
    Weber Theatre, Watson Fine Arts 7:30pm More »
  • Trojan Women

    The Trojan Women

    April 10–12 & 17–19, 2014
    Written by Euripides, translated by Nicholas Ruddall and directed by Professor of Theatre David Fox, Trojan Women is one of the most stinging indictments of war's brutality ever written. This timeless tragedy follows the fates of the women of Troy after their city has been sacked by the Greeks. For ticket information and reservations ($10 general, $5 with a Wheaton ID and seniors), contact the Watson Box Office at 508-286-3575 or by email at boxoffice@wheatoncollege.edu.
    Weber Theatre, Watson Fine Arts 8pm More »
  • Voices Departed, spring 2014

    Voices Departed

    March 27–29, 2014
    Africa, African American, Diaspora Studies major Catherine Braxton directs this production, which is composed of scenes, monologues, songs and poetry from African American writers throughout the 20th and 21st centuries. In this senior capstone project, the cast, which will mix race, gender and class, will be cast against type. Tickets are required but are free of charge, contact the Watson Box Office at 508- 286-3575 or by email at boxoffice@wheatoncollege.edu.
    Kresge Experimental Theatre, Watson Fine Arts 7:30pm More »
  • Ten-Minute Play Festival

    March 22, 2014
    Ten 10-minute plays—written, directed, and performed by Wheaton students—will be showcased at our biannual festival.
    Kresge Experimental Theatre, Watson Fine Arts 7:30pm More »
  • New Plays Festival 2014

    February 22 & 23, 2014
    Six full-length plays—written, directed, and performed by Wheaton students—will be showcased over one weekend at our annual festival.
    Kresge Experimental Theatre, Watson Fine Arts 1:00pm More »
  • The Wheaton College Dance Company presents Off and Running

    The Wheaton College Dance Company presents Off and Running

    November 21–23, 2013
    The ensemble performs under Artistic Director Andrea Taylor-Blenis, instructor of dance. Tickets—$10 general, $5 Wheaton community & seniors, $2 students.
    Weber Theatre, Watson Fine Arts 7:30pm More »
  • Clybourne Park

    Clybourne Park

    November 7–10, 2013
    A spin-off of Lorraine Hansberry’s A Raisin in the Sun, this razor-sharp satire takes a jab at race and real estate in a fictional Chicago neighborhood. Written by Bruce Norris and directed by Stephanie Burlington Daniels. Tickets—$10 general, $5 with a Wheaton ID and seniors.
    Weber Theatre, Watson Fine Arts 7:30pm (11/10—2pm matinee) More »
  • The Madness of Small Worlds (poster)

    The Madness of Small Worlds

    October 27, 2013
    An evening of extraordinary theatre featuring two monologues by internationally celebrated playwright Mac Wellman: Horrocks (and Toutatis too), performed by Erin Mallon, and Wu World Woo performed by Timothy Siragusa with Electric Chamber Music: James Maakestad, Aaron Markley, Daniel Ocanto and Dan McCarthy. Both monologues are directed by Elena Araoz.
    Lyon’s Den 7:30pm More »