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Shakespeare Workshop

The Shakespeare workshop puts on a production of Julius Caesar.


May 15, 6:30pm
Hunter North 537

Musical Theatre Class Showcase

The musical theatre class presents their final projects.


May 17, 6:30pm
Loewe Theatre 



Departmental Productions


Experience a variety of classical and contemporary productions presented by the Hunter College Theatre Department.





Wednesday at One



An ongoing series, in conversation with award-winning theatre artists.




Blood Wedding Panel Discussion

A panel discussion on the Hunter College Theatre Department of Theatre's production of Blood Wedding.

Panelists include:
Prof. Rolando Perez, Associate Professor of Spanish, Department of Romance Languages
Prof. Mia Rovegno, Theatre Department, Director of Blood Wedding
Prof. Ryan Keberle, Music Department, Composer and Music Director of Blood Wedding
Prof. Maura Donohue, Dance Department, Choreographer of Blood Wedding



April 5, 1pm
Loewe Theatre 

Natasha Katz

Natasha Katz is a Lighting Designer who works extensively in the worlds of  Broadway, Opera, and Ballet.  She recently won the 2016 Tony Award for Best Lighting Design of a Play for her work on Long Day’s Journey Into Night.  It was her sixth win, and 13th nomination.



April 26, 1pm
17th Floor East Building President's Conference Room 



Visiting International Artists


The Hunter College Theatre Department hosts visiting artists from around the world.




Rita & Burton Goldberg MFA Playwriting Program

Playwriting is an art as well as a craft. The Rita and Burton Goldberg MFA in Playwriting is a selective two-year program that fuses hands-on playwriting workshops with academic classes in the history and practice of theatre.  Our playwriting faculty - Annie Baker, Branden Jacobs-Jenkins, and Brighde Mullins - work with a small cohort of students who develop their art and their craft under the personal mentorship of these accomplished writers and



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