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Everybody Review

1 November 2021

At Everybody, the play begins before you think it does. While the Usher makes (passive-aggressive) announcements about silencing your phone, you may wonder if his instructions are part of the…

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A Review of Seafoam Slam Festival: A Murder Mystery

27 September 2021

This is a repost of an ETB show, Seafoam Slam Festival: A Murder Mystery, which debuted in Spring 2021, written by Etienne Richart.  Seafoam Slam Festival: A Murder Mystery, as…

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Review of A Midsummer Night’s Dream

23 February 2021

Over the weekend, the Carleton Players performed A Midsummer Night’s Dream. Under Andrew Carlson’s direction, the production brought colorful, neon light to what has been a cold and morale-testing term…

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Theater at Carleton in the Time of COVID-19

18 October 2020

Happy Midterm Break! As many of you know, English and Theater are closely related. Need any evidence? Just look to William Shakespeare. This week at The Miscellany, we’ve been thinking…


Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead: A Collection of Thoughts and Comments

2 February 2018

Last Sunday, Carleton gave us the gift of a screening of National Theatre Live’s Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead. Many majors and non-majors turned out for the event, ready to marvel…

Theater Review: Romeo and Juliet at the Guthrie

13 October 2017

The following review was submitted by Kate Johnson, ’19. If you missed the rush to get a ticket for the September 27th performance of Director Joseph Haj’s production of Romeo…

Theater Review: NT Live’s Amadeus

17 May 2017

The following review was submitted by Hannah Gellman. The central theme of Amadeus may be rival composer Salieri’s jealousy of Mozart, but the central theme of my viewing experience was…

Richard III Comes to the Weitz: Students Have Opinions

30 September 2016

Last Sunday, September 25th, Carleton College students and faculty congregated in the Weitz Cinema to attend a screening of the Almeida Theatre’s Richard III. This production, directed by Rupert Goold…

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Theatre Review: The Winter’s Tale

7 March 2016

This past Tuesday, The English Department and Arts at Carleton hosted a live screening of the Kenneth Branagh Theatre Company’s production of The Winter’s Tale, starring Branagh as Leontes and Judi Dench…

Pericles at the Guthrie: A Chat with Assistant Director Daisuke Kawachi (’13)

27 January 2016

This Sunday, students ventured into the cities to see the Guthrie Theater’s production of Shakespeare’s Pericles, directed by new artistic director Joseph Haj. Carleton Alum Daisuke Kawachi (’13, CAMS) was an…