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April 8, 2020   |   Ithaca, NY

Female-focused story takes the local stage in play

By | Feb 6, 2020

From left, Mikaela Izquierdo as Jessie, Melissa Miller as Lina and Erica Steinhagen as Adrienne rehearse for “Cry It Out.”

IC Theatre Arts performs two one-act operas

By | Feb 28, 2019

A wealthy woman and her maid take in a handsome beggar and go to absurd and hilarious lengths to compete for his love.

WATCH: Student production of ‘South Park’ movie premieres in Whalen

By | Nov 1, 2017

“I’ve always been developing a vision for how you would do this. I never knew if I was able to pull it off.”

Interactive play addresses themes of depression and suicide

By | Nov 1, 2017

Every character besides the narrator is played by a member of the audience. Some stay in their seats … while others are brought onto the stage.

Leonard Bernstein musical comedy travels to Main Stage

By | Oct 24, 2017

“I think this is one of those musicals and one of those pieces of art in general that anyone can go in and escape from their own lives”

Ithaca professor leads social justice workshops at Juilliard

By | Sep 26, 2017

“The point of those exercises is to teach you what your gut reaction is, so you can learn what your inherent biases are and point them out.”

IC alumni, students and faculty will perform in “Candide” Sept. 16–18

By | Sep 14, 2016

Originally penned as a novella in 18th-century France, “Candide” has stood the test of time again and again. Now, the theatrical version will be performed in Ithaca with Ithaca College students, alumni and staff at center stage.

Kitchen Theatre set to perform ‘Hand to God’ until Sept. 25

By | Sep 14, 2016

The Kitchen Theatre in downtown Ithaca is hosting “Hand to God,” a show that breaks social boundaries through raunchy and hilarious puppet characters. This is the first production of “Hand to God” in the Ithaca area since the show debuted off-Broadway in 2011.

Theatrical arts group at IC uses acting to target oppression

By | Sep 7, 2016

Performing Arts for Social Change (PASC), a theatrical group at the college made up of students and Ithaca community members, hosted a workshop Sept. 5 in Studio 3 of Dillingham Center to teach acting techniques and exercises based on the Brazilian writer Augusto Boal’s book, “Theatre of the Oppressed.”

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: Kitchen Theatre play delves into family values

By | Dec 10, 2014

Exceptional acting fuels a family-centric narrative in “Sunset Baby,” running from Dec. 3–21 at the Kitchen Theatre Company and directed by Dominique Morisseau.

Ithaca College’s Mainstage Theater prepares for fall season

By | Oct 1, 2014

The Ithacan takes a look at Mainstage Theater’s fall season of productions.