The period play gives glimpses into growing community and support in times of adversity with emotional student performances.
Arts, Arts Features
BC Theatre: Student Actors Put Post-Grad Plans On Hold
Theatre students make alternative graduation plans due to limited acting opportunities and closed graduate school admissions.
On Campus, Arts
Success of Virtual ‘Sweat’ Testifies to BC Theatre’s Ingenuity
‘Sweat’ honestly examines modern-day injustices and is deeply affecting, even in its virtual format.
Arts, On Campus
‘Stop Kiss’ Sparks Important Conversations About LGBTQ+ Rights
‘Stop Kiss’ invokes meaningful conversations about LGBTQ+ rights. It centers around an affair between two women in New York City in the 1990’s.
Featured Story, Features
From the Black Box to the Blacktop, Emma Howe’s Craziest Semester
On top of training for the Boston Marathon, Emma Howe has two internships and performed in the theatre department’s production of Kingdom City.
News, On Campus
Playwright Encourages Students to Join Theatre Organizations, Find a Unique Voice
Sheri Wilner, a renowned playwright who will be a visiting professor at Boston College next semester, encouraged aspiring playwrights to take advantage of the many resources available to them in Boston and online.