The effects of the Vietnam War on Americans as individuals and a society are examined in the Ithaca College Theatre production of the musical “Dogfight.” Performances will take place in Clark Theatre on March 29 and 31 and April 1, 2, 5, 6, 7, 8 and 9 at 8 p.m. as well as on April 3 and 9 at 2 p.m.
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Watch this video to learn more about Ithaca College's production of "Semele," currently in rehearsal.
The Ithaca College School of Music and Department of Theatre Arts will team up to present Handel’s opera “Semele,” a classic story of jealousy and fatal attraction from Roman mythology. Performances take place in the Hoerner Theatre in Dillingham Center February 24 and 26 and March 1, 3 and 5 at 8 p.m., as well as at 2 p.m. on Feb. 28.
Tickets can be purchased at the Ithaca College box office in Dillingham Center or online at ithaca.ticketforce.com. The box office is open Monday–Thursday noon–5 p.m., and Friday noon–4 p.m.. Tickets can also be purchased over the phone at (607) 274-3224. Tickets range between $8 and $16.
Tickets for The Lover are free but reservations are required. To reserve tickets, e-mail ICTams1@gmail.com and indicate a first and second choice of performance date and time. All tickets are distributed on a first-come, first-served basis, and must be picked up at least 15 minutes before the scheduled start of the performance. Performance times are 8:00pm on Saturday, February 20th, 2:00pm and 8:00pm on Sunday, February 21st and 8:00pm on Monday, February 22nd. All performances will be held in Studio 2 in Dillingham Center. The Lover is part of the student-led, Senior Directing Project series.
ITHACA, NY—The Ithaca College School of Music and Department of Theatre Arts will team up to present Handel’s opera “Semele,” a classic story of jealousy and fatal attraction from Roman mythology. Performances take place in Hoerner Theatre in Dillingham Center February 24 and 26 and March...
IC Theatre will share the story of Homer’s "The Odyssey" transported to the modern world in “Anon(ymous),” written by Naomi Iizuka. Guest directed by Jen Wineman, the production tells the tale of shipwrecked Anon as he considers what it means to be an immigrant in America, searching for home while steering his way though chaos, cruelty and temptation.
Performances will run in the Clark Theatre in Dillingham Center at 8 p.m. on December 1, 3, 4 and 5, as well as at 2 p.m. on December 5 and 6. “Anon(ymous)” is suitable for school-aged children; in fact, the play was originally commissioned by a children’s theatre company.