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CLAIRE SOISSON/THE HOYA
In Mask and Bauble’s latest adaptation of the French play “Cyrano de Bergerac,” which runs from Feb. 18 to 21 and 24 to 27, Greg Ongao (SFS ’16), left, plays the titular Hercule-Savinien Cyano de Bergerac and Taylor Rasmussen (COL ’16) plays Roxane.

Cyrano de Bergerac

In its third event of the school year, the Mask and Bauble Dramatic Society will bring “Cyrano de Bergerac” to Poulton Hall. Veteran Georgetown actors and new performers alike have worked to stage this timeless tale, a fictionalization of the life of Hercule-Savinien Cyrano de Bergerac. Funny, sincere and as[Read More…]

A Musical Dystopia

A Musical Dystopia

Imagine a post-apocalyptic world where the earth has all but run out of water. Society is split between the wealthy elite in power and the poor population that must abide by their exploitative rules. Mask & Bauble’s new musical “Urinetown” depicts this future society, but as its name suggests, there’s[Read More…]

by April 10, 2015 0 comments Arts & Entertainment, The Guide
Georgetown Production Puts a New Twist on Family Ties

Georgetown Production Puts a New Twist on Family Ties

Family is usually associated with love; it is rarely conceptualized through a paradigm of power. However, that’s the unique perspective on the familial unit that the newest Nomadic/Mask & Bauble co-production, “Killer Joe,” provides. By adopting this focal point of power as an accepted familial reality, the play is able[Read More…]

MICHELLE XU/THE HOYA
Work is under way for the set of Nomadic Theatre’s production of “boom,” which will open in Walsh Black Box Theatre on Oct. 30. The play is  being produced by Suzanne Coles (COL ’17) and has been put together by the hard work and dedication of a student production team.

Behind the Scenes

As we finally settle into fall, Georgetown’s campus theater season has launched into full swing. Productions by the Mask and Bauble Dramatic Society and Black Theatre Ensemble have already graced the various stages, making it clear that campus is brimming with on-stage talent. Yet it is easy to forget that[Read More…]

by October 24, 2014 0 comments Features, Guide - Top, The Guide
ARIANA TAFTI FOR THE HOYA
Kathleen Hill (SFS ’15), Peter Fanone (COL ’15), Josh Street (COL ’15) and Tim Lyons (COL ’15) in a heatec courtroom scene in Mask & Bauble’s “Inherit the Wind.”

Drama in the Courtroom

Can a cast of college students breathe new life into an old play? Definitely. The Mask & Bauble Dramatic Society proves this point with Jerome Lawrence and Robert E. Lee’s play “Inherit the Wind,” opening this week on Thursday. Written in the 1950s, the play is a fictional recreation of[Read More…]

by October 17, 2014 0 comments Features, Guide - Top, The Guide
Theater Season in Review

Theater Season in Review

Emerging Actors The dawning of a new theater season comes with the difficulty of having just graduated experienced actors but also comes with the excitement of seeing actors bloom and step up to the plate. This year, we saw countless actors deliver impressive first performances or take advantage of an[Read More…]

JANET ZHU

Fueling a Fervor for the Arts

I am fairly certain that I got into Georgetown because of my experience as an actor. When I sat down with my school guidance counselor to go over the details of my application to Georgetown, I vividly recall his eyebrows arching as he read over the details of my work[Read More…]

by April 15, 2014 0 comments Commentary, Opinion, Opinion - Top
OLIVIA HEWITT/THE HOYA 
Catherine, played by Katie Bellamy Mitchell (COL '15) and Hal, played by Sean Craig (COL '16) must team up to work out the mystery of her late father's life.

The Proof Is in the Production

Devoid of lavish set designs and elaborate arrays of props, director Emma Rice’s (NHS ’15) “Proof” captures the audience’s attention with a very different set of visuals. With a cast of only four actors, the play relies on a deliverance of dynamic, believable emotions to breathe reality into the story.[Read More…]

by February 7, 2014 0 comments Lifestyle, The Guide
Building Laughter From the Stage Up

Building Laughter From the Stage Up

As we find ourselves entrenched in midterms, combing through piles of government notes, it may seem hard to find any humor in politics or even in your daily routine. Mask & Bauble’s production of “Don’t Drink the Water” may just change your mind. “Don’t Drink the Water,” a 1966 play[Read More…]

by October 18, 2013 0 comments Lifestyle, The Guide
Wise Beyond Their Years

Wise Beyond Their Years

4/5 stars Before going into its press preview on Tuesday evening, I had never really thought about “The History Boys.” To be honest, upon my arrival to Poulton Hall. I was just worried about making the start of the show after class. But three hours later, I found myself stunned:[Read More…]

by October 19, 2012 0 comments Arts & Entertainment, The Guide