“As You Like It” Review: Elizabethan-era Tennessee

In an effort to make the Shakespearean script feel more contemporary, director Norm Jones (theatre), who celebrated his 50th directorial production with As You Like It, moved the set from France to Tennessee and the Great Smoky Mountains.

Gordon Produces Classic Romantic Comedy

Gordon’s Black Box Theatre has undergone countless transformations in its time. Most recently, it became a 1930s perfumery for the Theatre Arts Department’s production of She Loves Me, January 25 through February 3.

Comedy in the City

Thinking on the spot is Ryan Cannister’s forte. Having spent the past two years in Gordon’s Sweaty-Toothed Madmen comedy troupe, Ryan ’19 is well-versed in the art of improvising. “I’m drawn to improv because it’s new every time,”… Read More

The Gordon College Theatre Arts Department Presents Amadeus

The Gordon College Theatre Arts Department presents its spring play, Amadeus, written by Peter Shaffer and directed by Jeffery Miller.

Running Late: A New Play Festival

The floor mimics concrete slabs, dotted with age, and a balcony lines the rustic, gray-blue distressed doors and walls. Over the course of six short plays—all written, directed and performed by Gordon students—the simple, versatile set goes from… Read More