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Alumni to perform all of Shakespeare in 97 minutes

The MadLab theater is hosting a whirlwind of cross dressing, sword fighting, absurdity and fourth-wall-shattering acting this weekend when Ohio State theater alumni Alex Lefeld, Brandon Boring and Sam Vestey perform “The Complete Works of William Shakespeare: Abridged.” Lefeld, a 2011 graduate, will take on ...

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Student-produced play takes flight

The staged reading of “Little Wings” not only offers audience members the opportunity to witness a never-before-performed play but also invites them to comment and converse with cast members on the work’s continued development. Written, directed and performed by Ohio State theater students, the feature-length ...

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Student’s first solo play to be weird and risky

The Lab Series is well-known for putting on performances that can steer away from the norm or traditional plays that people might be familiar with. That’s something Kelly Moyer has taken full advantage of. Moyer, a fifth-year in film studies and theatre, is the creator ...

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OSU students pack 30 plays into one

Be it tragedy, drama or comedy, Ohio State theater students’ production of “30 Plays in 60 Minutes” aims to include a performance for everyone. “Thirty Plays” will be performed in the Drake Performance and Event Center on Monday and Tuesday as a part of the ...

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Symposium tells veterans’ war stories through art

Ohio State’s Department of Theatre worked with campus military services and personnel to investigate the lasting effects of war on individuals and communities using the arts. As a result, the “Responsibility, Morality and the Costs of War” symposium will take place from Thursday through Saturday ...

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Networking, ambition important for arts employment

In a study earlier this year, SmartAsset, a company that gathers financial information to give advice for making major financial decisions, ranked Columbus the sixth best city for creatives based on the number of creative workers and the cost of living. But for students wanting ...

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