This Week in Photos: Tiny, but Mighty
March 4, 2022
After a five minute delay to the start of the program, Public Services Librarian Kathleen Abromeit inches her way to the back of the conservatory library, then pauses. “Should we give it another five minutes,” she asks, looking around the room. She’s excited. After a two-year hiatus Abromeit will announce the library’s first Tiny Ref Desk Concert. The program’s return also serves as inspiration for this week’s photo series.
Who is Eric Steggall?
December 20, 2021
What were you doing on September 1, 1983? Eric Steggall, managing director of theater, dance, and opera, can tell you exactly where he was. Learn more about this former “theater kid” in this installment of Who Am I?
Who is David Bugher?
June 17, 2021
Although David Bugher has spent more than a decade at Oberlin crafting detailed theater sets that bring productions to life, he is often mistaken as a member of the college’s CIT department. Find out why in this installment of Who Am I?
Behind the Scenes
June 26, 2020
Theatrical set designs at Oberlin College range from sophisticated levels and platforms to small neighborhoods complete with residential fronts built to scale, and students can learn all the creative steps of the process.
This Week in Photos: February 5
February 5, 2020
In this photo series, we walk with the dinosaurs in Cleveland and visit a congressional intern in Washington, D.C., before coming back home to Oberlin to watch the Wild Beast of the Bungalow take over the stage in Warner Concert Hall; go snowboarding in Hales Gym; and sit in on a gallery talk, book art class, choir practice, an academic retreat, and a dance performance.
The Telephone Winter Term Opera
February 5, 2015
This winter term, Oberlin Opera Theater presented two modern operas at the ’Sco: Strawberry Fields and The Telephone . In Gian Carlo Menotti’s The Telephone...
A May Day Comic Romp in March
March 11, 2014
Conservatory Communications Staff
Oberlin Opera Theater honors Britten’s centennial anniversary with four performances of Albert Herring March 12 through 16. It’s a great intro to opera—and a great deal on tickets, too.