By: Whitney Faber—Accent Editor | December 8, 2010
When senior Ben Fankhauser was young, he would stand outside the stage door to theaters in his hometown Cleveland, Ohio, after a show finished with a Sharpie and his program. He would wait in the freezing cold to get the cast and director’s autographs. “I kid you not — I was a...
The Ithaca College All-Theatre Alumni Reunion last month was primarily an event for alumni, but current theatre students as well were very excited about the reunion. Some wanted to network with alumni, some wanted a glimpse of the past that the reunion might provide, others merely wanted to party – it’s safe to say that all of those wishes were granted. Our students took alums on...
Seth Gordon, Associate Artistic Director of The Repertory Theatre of St. Louis, recently visited Ithaca College Theatre Arts students. An engaging and informative guest, Mr. Gordon shared his experiences working in theatre from his college days as a directing student at Carnegie Mellon University to his current career in regional theatre. He shared humorous anecdotes about his years...
The 2010 Tony Award nominations have been announced, and once again our stellar alumni are among the nominees:
• Tom Clark '81 (Acme Sound Partners), best sound design of a play, Fences
• Gregory Mosher '71, best direction of a play, A View from the Bridge
Both Fences and A View from the Bridge have been nominated...
ITHACA, NY — This spring, Ithaca College Theatre students have created programs that reach out to Ithaca youth by teaching Shakespeare’s plays and also promoting IC Theatre’s current production of “Much Ado About Nothing.”
Shakespeare’s plays can be difficult for young people to understand and can result in their dismissing them. IC junior Jenna...