Post Tagged with: "theatre"

The Artist’s Corner: Kitty Lixin Lin ’16

Arts February 4, 2016 at 9:00 am 0 comments

Becca Damante ’17 Arts Editor  The Sophian interviews Smith musicians, dancers, playwrights, actors and visual artists with current and upcoming creative projects. This week, I got a chance to sit down with theatre major Kitty Lixin Lin ’16, who is starring in a solo performance of “4.48 PSYCHOSIS” by SarahRead More

‘One Drop of Love’

Arts September 24, 2015 at 9:07 am 0 comments

Eliza Going Contributing Writer Fanshen Cox DiGiovanni performed her well-known one-woman play challenging the construct of race, “One Drop of Love,” on Sept. 18 and 19 in the Hallie Flanagan Studio Theatre. In this show, she not only tells the story of her own experiences with race as a multiculturalRead More

Opposing Views: Leading Ladies Change Fall Production

Arts September 24, 2015 at 9:03 am 0 comments

Michelle S. Lee ’16, Veronica Brown ’16 & Anya Gruber ’16 Editor-in-Chief & Associate Editors Rock musical “Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson” debuted in 2009 to critical acclaim, but as the production toured the country, it faced a number of protests and cancellations. Native American advocacy groups objected to the musical’sRead More

Come One, Come All! This Season in the Arts

Arts September 17, 2015 at 6:56 pm 0 comments

Gina Mantica ’16 Assistant Arts Editor With the start of a new academic year comes a variety of transformations – the leaves change color, the temperature begins to cool, classes become harder, students become more experienced and departments prepare for the fall semester. The performing arts departments at Smith, includingRead More

Lives in a Song: Biddle brings Gilbert and Sullivan Greats to the Stage

Arts April 18, 2013 at 9:00 am 0 comments

Jackie Leahy ’14 Arts Editor   Elizabeth Anne Biddle ’13, director, writer, choreographer and co-music director of The Ladies of Gilbert and Sullivan, grew up worlds away from where the British songwriting pair Gilbert and Sullivan lived and worked back in the Victorian age. “Growing up in Hong Kong,” saidRead More