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Accuracy • Independence • Integrity

October 24, 2020   |   Ithaca, NY

Theater professors wait in the wings during Broadway shutdown

By | Oct 23, 2020

Many professors in the Department of Theatre Arts have worked on professional productions, bringing what they learned back to their classes.

IC announces plans to address racism in theater department

By | Oct 16, 2020

Ithaca College has announced its plan to address two of Ithaca College Theatre Arts Black, Indigenous and People of Color (ICTA BIPOC)’s demands.

Editorial: Ithaca theater scene brings students and locals together

By | Feb 6, 2020

This creates a relationship between the college and the downtown community that is mutually beneficial.

Collado discusses imminent changes at All-College Gathering

By | Jan 30, 2020

At the All-College Gathering on Jan. 28, Ithaca College President Shirley M. Collado spoke about impending economic and structural changes the college will see.

Editorial: Stopping microaggressions starts in the classroom

By | Jan 23, 2020

Although there is an inherent power dynamic among professors and students, both should be held responsible when they make comments that are insensitive.

Students perform “Violet,” a musical about acceptance

By | Apr 11, 2019

Violet Karl, on a journey about pain and healing, sings that she wishes to look like anyone but herself.

Senior composes and plans original musical

By | Feb 27, 2019

Though a musical seems grandiose and monumental under the pageantry of performance and bright stage lights, every production begins with just an idea.

Cabaret benefits survivors of abuse in India

By | Feb 6, 2019

On Feb. 2, Wheels for Women performed in Clark Theatre for its 8th Annual Benefit Cabaret.

Student-run play ‘A Bicycle Country’ tells immigration story

By | Oct 2, 2018

“We don’t have to erase aspects of who we are, but rather are given an opportunity for our identities to bloom and flourish in the rehearsals.”

Main Stage combines music with magic in fairy tale opera

By | Feb 21, 2018

Guest Stage Director Eric Pearson said the “Cendrillon” opera has undertones that shatter the stigma of the definition of “nuclear family.”

‘Angels in America’ soars to Ithaca College main stage

By | Sep 14, 2017

While the play takes place in the ’80s, Wilde said the themes and characters within “Angels in America” are still as relevant as ever.

Minita Gandhi adapts her experiences for the stage

By | May 3, 2017

Gandhi plays multiple roles in “Muthaland,” including that of her assaulter, differentiating between characters by using changes in mannerisms.