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The Tufts Daily
Where you read it first | Sunday, March 3, 2024



Richard III: new man, new play

Few playwrights have had their works adapted so extremely, variously and frequently as William Shakespeare has. It is far less common, however, for the interpretation of one of his characters to deviate from the norm. Yet, with the discovery, exhumation and reinterment of the titular character of “Richard ...

The Setonian

Dear audience members

I’ve been watching you from high above. That’s right, up in the clouds, through the heavens -- of Cohen Auditorium. This week, I spent my time running back and forth between the stage as an assistant sound designer for Tufts’ spring musical, Into the Woods. The soundboard was located just above ...


'Is He Dead?' amuses audience with hilarity, wit

Over the past two weekends, the Tufts Department of Drama and Dance put on the David Ives adaptation of Mark Twain's play "Is He Dead?" in the Balch Arena Theater. As the title's inquisitive nature would suggest, the production kept the audience guessing, allowing an engagement between ...


Tufts theater hopes to entice first-year Jumbos

Tufts theater wants new students to know that it's cool. On Sunday, Aug. 31, and Monday, Sept. 1, incoming freshmen will be able to see two orientation shows: "boom," produced by Pen, Paint, and Pretzels (3Ps), and "Edges," courtesy of Torn Ticket II, the musical theater group ...