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September 17, 2019   |   Ithaca, NY

Local play provides insight into life as an immigrant

By | Jan 24, 2018

The cast and creative team of the play “Ironbound,” written Martyna Majok, involve three Ithaca College alumni, two professors and a current student.

Professor sets goal to raise $50,000 in one year

By | Oct 2, 2017

Margaret Shackell-Dowell has raised $25,078.25 thus far in her 50-for-50 initiative to raise $50,000 for organizations before March of 2018.

Professor’s ‘Birds of East Africa’ swoops into Kitchen Theatre

By | Feb 8, 2017

The Kitchen Theatre Company is presenting a play written by Wendy Dann ’93, Ithaca College associate professor in the Department of Theatre Arts.

Ithaca College students celebrate MLK’s legacy with service

By | Jan 31, 2016

The sounds of power tools and laughter echoed in the halls of the New Roots Charter School Jan. 30 as Ithaca College students worked together with one goal in mind: giving back.

New Kitchen Theatre play directed by Ithaca College professor

By | Sep 22, 2015

The play was directed by Wendy Dann, associate professor of theatre arts at Ithaca College.

Semi-autobiographical play explores friendship and growth

By | Jan 21, 2015

“Count Me In,” written by and starring Rachel Lampert and directed by Emily Jackson, is being performed at the Kitchen Theater from Jan. 14 to Feb. 1.

Review: Emphatic writing stands out in emotional play

By | Apr 17, 2013

Dramatic acting stumbles in Kitchen Theatre Company’s production of “The Motherf**ker with the Hat.”

Review: Cast drives dysfunctional family-themed play

By | Mar 5, 2013

Performances shine in Kitchen Theatre Company’s “Crooked,” a coming-of-age play written by Catherine Trieschmann.

Review: Historical drama shines with talented cast

By | Feb 6, 2013

Cast, setting and script leads Kitchen Theatre Company’s “The Whipping Man.”

Review: One-man comedy gives exciting show in ‘Brian Dykstra Selling Out’

By | Dec 5, 2012

Written and performed solely by Brian Dykstra, this play is less of a traditional theater piece and more of an extended rant on anything and everything pertinent to money and modern life.

‘Red Light Winter’: Passionate play radiates desire

By | Feb 29, 2012

Under the flashing lights of Amsterdam’s Red Light District, two friends unwittingly begin a love triangle that will change their lives. Boundaries blur in “Red Light Winter,” Adam Rapp’s passionate play currently showing at the Kitchen Theatre Company. Long-time pals Davis (Jesse Bush) and Matt (Eric Gilde) are both writers. Davis is an on-the-rise, self-centered…