‘Blood and Gifts’ Review: An Exploration of People at War

This fall, Gordon’s black box theatre brought audiences into the intense political and human experience of the Soviet-Afghan War of the 1980s.

Blood and Gifts

Gordon College Theatre Department’s fall play tackles political war drama about Afghanistan. The show is directed by Professor of Theatre Arts Jeffrey Miller and runs October 27-28, 31 and November 1–4, 2017.

Gordon Theatre Department Performs Translations

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An intimate story, directed by Norm Jones, centered on a small cast of characters who, for one reason or another, find themselves involved in a hedge school in their Irish-speaking community in County Donegal, Ireland.

Breaking the Fourth Wall: Reinventing Shakespearean Performance

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In the heart of the Jewish Ghetto in Venice, Italy, Karin Coonrod ’75 directed “The Merchant of Venice,” followed by a mock trial for the play’s main character held by Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.

10 Reasons to See the Madwoman

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If you haven’t yet been to the Gordon College Theatre Department’s performance of The Madwoman of Chaillot, there are many reasons why you should. Here are 10.