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MASK AND BAUBLE INSTAGRAM | A musical unlike many others, "Hello Again" features a series of encounters throughout history that share stories of human connection and separation.

Mask and Bauble’s ‘Hello Again’ Tells Century-Long Love Story

Mask and Bauble’s spring musical “Hello Again” is a rumination on romance. Based on Arthur Schnitzler’s 1897 play “La Ronde,” the show explores the entanglement of love and lust through a series of 10 two-person vignettes that bleed into one another. After each scene, the pursued becomes the pursuer and[Read More…]

by April 17, 2019 0 comments Guide - Top, The Guide, Theatre
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Black Movements Dance Theatre used a variety of styles in their spring show.

In Varied Forms, Art Provokes Challenging Conversations

This past academic year, Georgetown students struggled with national issues such as race relations, as well as personal issues of mental health and safety. While much of this dialogue took place in classrooms, Gaston Hall and Red Square, students also explored these themes through art. The following pieces highlight three[Read More…]

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In Mask & Bauble’s new production “Sonder,” normal students look beyond their projected selves to discover the true source of their identity.

Play Peels Back the Mask

The newest production from Mask & Bauble Dramatic Society, the 35-minute one-act play entitled “Sonder,” is an experience rather than a show, a haunting portrayal of the reality of our own lives and our existence in relation to each other. Written by Claytia Gonsalves (SFS ’15) and director Marlene Cox[Read More…]

by November 21, 2014 0 comments Features, Guide - Top, The Guide
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Golden-Age Musical Brings Fun Back to Theater

  Based on Miklós László’s 1936 play “Parfumerie,” Mask and Bauble’s production of “She Loves Me” offers a two and a half hour pleasurable browse into Maraczek’s Perfumery in Budapest, where a sweet and funny romance unfolds. The storyline is a universal charmer, centered on the mild-tempered manager, George Nowack[Read More…]

by April 4, 2014 0 comments Features, Guide - Top, The Guide

Imaginative Snippets Go Back in Time

At the Donn B. Murphy One Acts Festival, audiences will be reminded that old-fashioned theatre is anything but stale. This annual event run, by the Mask & Bauble Society, showcases fresh talent in the Georgetown community and gives actors, playwrights and directors the opportunity to hone their skills in front[Read More…]

by November 22, 2013 0 comments Arts & Entertainment, The Guide
Students Shine in Controversial Play

Students Shine in Controversial Play

Since its release in 2006, the musical “Spring Awakening” has brought controversy to the stage and left amazed audiences in its wake. These aren’t your typical showtunes, and these aren’t your traditional Broadway themes or plot. And with performances starting this Thursday, Mask & Bauble is staging this unconventional Tony Award-nominated[Read More…]

by April 5, 2013 0 comments Campus News, News

A Shakespearian Success

A collaboration of the Georgetown University theater and performance studies program and Mask & Bauble Dramatic Society, Shakespeare’s “Macbeth” is a dark play that straddles the line between dreams and reality. “Macbeth” is the final installment of “Nature’s Mirror: A Season of Evil and Noble Acts,” the theater and performance studies[Read More…]

by April 18, 2012 0 comments The Guide
Theater Adviser Retires After 13 Years

Theater Adviser Retires After 13 Years

Ted Parker, technical adviser to the university’s co-curricular theater groups, will retire this semester after 13 years in the department of performing arts, leaving a legacy of strong collaboration with students. Parker’s arrival transformed the department from a program with four staff members and no official academic program to a[Read More…]

by March 16, 2012 0 comments News

Modern Drama Evokes Poignancy, Realism

For its fifth performance in its 159th season, The Mask & Bauble Dramatic Society produced a tearjerker with David Lindsay-Abaire’s Pulitzer Prize winning play, “Rabbit Hole.”  Acted, directed and produced entirely by Georgetown students, the play is serious without being morose, touching without being overly sentimental and even humorous without[Read More…]

by April 1, 2011 0 comments The Guide