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Alumni Q&A: Rebecca Mellinger BA ’17

For our Alumni Q&A series, Rebecca Mellinger BA ’17 discusses her work using entertainment and media platforms to drive social change, advice for students and more.

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New Works Festival Year 3


Showcasing the emerging voices of the School’s graduating MFA Dramatic Writing students. Play 1: Michaela’s Fluent Aphasia By Christina CarrafiellDirected by John DeMita Michaela, a…

The Belle’s Stratagem


In this light-hearted comedy of courtship, the lovely and mischievous Letitia is engaged to Doricourt, a childhood friend who seems indifferent towards her. Letitia accordingly…

The Winter’s Tale


A king consumed by unwarranted jealousy and driven to rage unleashes shocking violence upon his loved ones, shattering the royal family and plunging the monarch…

Buried Child


Yearning for the comfort of his idealized Midwestern roots, 22-year-old Vince returns to the family homestead with his girlfriend to find no one recognizes him.…

Passage


A fantasia inspired by E.M. Forster’s A Passage to India, Passage is set in the fictional Country X, which is a neocolonial client of Country Y. A local…

Wintertime


Members of a gloriously eccentric family arrive at their summer house in the winter woods for a supposedly secret rendezvous – and soon bodies collide,…

Into The Woods


Another legendary adaptation hits the stage, this time bringing to life the Brothers Grimm’s not-so-innocent fairytales about desire, family and the choices we must live…

Nora: A Doll’s House


Society tells us that Nora is the perfect wife and mother. She is dutiful, beautiful and everything is always in its right place. But when…