The Green Room presented their original play “Amherst Psycho” last Friday. Managing Arts & Living Editor Sophie Durbin ’25 reviews the play, appreciating its humor and collegiate commentary.
There are so many creative groups on campus, it can be hard to know what’s happening. Managing Arts and Living Editor Madeline Lawson ’25 introduces some of Amherst’s student arts groups in preparation for this Saturday’s Get Involved Fair.
Ghostlight finished its inaugural season this weekend with the play “Art.” Managing Arts & Living Editor Madeline Lawson ’25 recaps the stellar performances and impressive set design by Amherst’s newest student theater troupe.
“Hope Springs,” the senior thesis project between lee folpe ’23 and Cameron Mueller-Harder ’23, premiered in Holden Experimental Theater from April 6 to 8. Senior Managing Editor Dustin Copeland ’25 lauds its staging of the vital need for stewardship — of our earth, community, and bodies.
The Ghostlight Double Feature premiered this weekend with the student-written plays “Meteoric” and “BY You.” The shows were full of comedy and showcased the skills of Amherst’s playwrights, actors, and stage crew.
Green Room presented its Ten Minute Play Festival, celebrating student theater with four original plays. Managing Arts & Living Editor Alex Brandfonbrener ʼ23 gives his thoughts on the productions’ humor and whismy.
This weekend, the Theater & Dance Department debuted Sterling Kee ’23’s senior thesis performance “Myths and Hymns,” which explores themes of self-discovery and the human relationship to the divine. Olivia Lynch ’25 reflects on the transcendent nature of the performance.