Wheaton College Norton, Massachusetts
Wheaton College
Theatre and Dance Studies



  • A comic tour de force

    No two productions of The Servant of Two Masters are the same. That's because in the 17th century play, written by Italian playwright Carlo Goldoni, actors improvise their way through scenarios—like the traveling comedy troupes of bygone times. More »
  • Boston Globe shines spotlight on Adara Meyers’s play

    Wheaton graduate Adara Meyers ’08 grazes the pages of the Boston Globe to discuss her popular, satirical play, Talk To Me. More »
  • Publications, honors and creative works: Charlotte Meehan

    Charlotte Meehan's play, 27 Tips for Banishing the Blues, gets a round of applause from the Boston Globe in a stellar September review. More »
  • Stephanie Burlington Daniels, in Prestininzi's Birth Breath Bride Elizabeth

    Stephanie Burlington Daniels Performs at The Next Thing Festival

    Stephanie Burlington Daniels, in collaboration with Sleeping Weazel delivers a quirky and lively performance of Kenneth Prestininzi’s Birth Breath Bride Elizabeth to The Next Thing Festival at Emerson College February 22 & 23.. More »
  • The Whipping Man © Richard Anderson

    Michael Micalizzi '07

    Wheaton alum and Theatre and Dance Studies major Michael Micalizzi recently appeared in the role of Caleb in Matthew Lopez's The Whipping Man at CENTERSTAGE in Baltimore. More »
  • Sigh/Omelas


    December 1, 2012
    Written and performed by guest artist Steve Kidd, a resident equity actor and education director at the Gamm Theatre in Pawtucket, R.I. Sigh/Omelas, a drama inspired by his work at AmeriKids, earned Kidd a Lewis Hine Award in 2008 for dedicated service to children in need.
    Kresge Experimental Theatre, Watson Fine Arts 7:30pm More »
  • Dan Shaughnessy

    A Conversation with Dan Shaughnessy

    November 13, 2012
    The acclaimed sports columnist for the Boston Globe and author of several books–including the upcoming Francona: The Red Sox Years with former Boston Red Sox manager Terry Francona–visits Called Shots: Baseball as the Stuff of Myth and Legend, a first year seminar taught by Professor of Theatre David Fox. Shaughnessy will field questions on his work and the teams he covers.
    Weber Theatre, Watson Fine Arts 5pm More »
  • An Intimate Evening with Levi Kreis

    An Intimate Evening with Levi Kreis

    October 13, 2012
    Kries won a 2010 Tony Award for Best Actor in a Musical for his role as Jerry Lee Lewis in the Broadway hit Million Dollar Quartet. He is also an OUTMusic Award winner for songs featured on The Vampire Diaries, Sons of Anarchy and The Apprentice.
    Weber Theatre, Watson Fine Arts 7:30pm More »
  • When a Priest Marries a Witch

    When A Priest Marries a Witch

    September 27, 2012
    A pseudo art lecture/performance that combines autobiography, film history, art history, and small town history with a video and slide show backdrop, narrated in a voice-over by guest artist Suzanne Bocanegra with a simultaneous performance by actor Paul Lazar.
    Weber Theatre, Watson Fine Arts 7:30pm More »