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January 22, 2020   |   Ithaca, NY

Age on Stage project brings together young and old

By | Apr 20, 2016

Age On Stage, an intergenerational project founded by Ithaca College associate professor Elizabeth Bergman, brings students and older adults together through plays written by Titus Towers resident, Jim Tyler.

“Arcadia” discusses love, logic and science

By | Apr 20, 2016

“Arcadia,” Main Stage Theater’s last production of the semester, focuses on human relationships and intellect.

Eclectic theater festival to return to Ithaca for third year

By | Apr 11, 2016

The Ithaca Fringe Festival will take place from April 14–17 and will feature a variety of performances.

Former inmates create plays through Civic Ensemble program

By | Mar 23, 2016

Civic Ensemble’s ReEntry Theatre Program gives those who were recently incarcerated the opportunity to create their own plays.

Ithaca College takes on opera in “Semele”

By | Feb 17, 2016

Ithaca College’s School of Music and MainStage Theatre will be presenting the first show of the semester, “Semele,” a baroque opera by G.F. Handel.

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.

Ithaca College to take part in Yiddish Theater Festival

By | Sep 8, 2015

“The Essence: A Yiddish Theatre Dim Sum” is created to comedically introduce a non-Jewish audience to Yiddish culture.

Controversial police interactions explored in new play

By | Apr 29, 2015

Ithaca College students and faculty have come together with citizens from the city of Ithaca to take controversial discussions about police-community interactions and convert them into a play.

Senior Sean Pollock brings obscure theater to Ithaca College

By | Apr 15, 2015

As the founder of the Macabre Theatre Ensemble, Senior Sean Pollock has blood, gore and more onto the Ithaca College theater scene.

Systemic racism takes center stage in new opera

By | Apr 1, 2015

Using music and motion, Ithaca College opera workshop class will expose the largely unknown story of one of America’s Founding Fathers.

Running to Places Theatre Company attracts young talent

By | Mar 25, 2015

Running to Places is an Ithaca-based theater group showcasing local youth in all areas of live performance.

Kitchen Theatre play delves into reliability of memory

By | Feb 24, 2015

Lee Blessing’s “A Body of Water,” a play exploring the constraints memory has on identity, is being performed at the Kitchen Theatre from Feb. 18 through March 8.