Cassandra Gutterman-Johns Awarded Fulbright ETA to Czech Republic
May 2, 2022
A theater and creative writing major, Gutterman-Johns hopes to learn more about teaching and pedagogy with the Fulbright program in the Czech Republic.
2022 Winter Term Recap
March 11, 2022
Office of Communications
More than 2,290 students explored projects and research opportunities outside of their normal course of study during Winter Term. In this wrap-up gallery we look back at some of the group projects students performed.
From Main Stage to Airwaves
November 17, 2020
Marsha Lynn Bragg
The curtain has closed on many professional, community, and college theaters throughout the country due largely to the global pandemic. Yet those who have the audacity to reimagine the theater and the arts in new ways are discovering the options are varied and rewarding.
Oberlin Holds Teach-in on the George Floyd Uprising
June 16, 2020
The panel session served as a space for faculty to share their perspectives and insights about the recent events.
Oberlin Costume Shop Produces Face Masks
April 20, 2020
The COVID-19 quarantine put theater and opera theater on hold, but Costume Shop Manager Heather Brown has kept her sewing machine running.
Oberlin Drama at Grafton Celebrates Alumni Who Are Now Restored Citizens
February 20, 2020
Jaimie Yue ’22
Former inmates who participated in an innovative prison theater program are recognized for their return to society.
Staging the Real: Workshopping Neo-Futurist Performance Art
January 31, 2020
Theater alum Joey Rizzolo ’97 teaches interdisciplinary course in collaborative performance art.
This Week in Photos: January 29
January 29, 2020
Although Winter Term 2020 is complete there are still so many photogenic and inspiring moments to share. In this photo series, we visit Lake Erie; Hall Annex 100 for a theater workshop with director Joey Rizzolo; Peters Hall for an elementary Russian class; the Ninde Scholars at Oberlin High School; and a chance to sport a terrific pair of 3D-printed snow glasses.
No Time Like Ngo Time
January 8, 2020
Charlotte Maskelony ’21
In four short years at Oberlin College, Alex Ngo set his course for a life in music.
Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts Presents Cantonese Opera Scenes Nov. 14
November 7, 2019
A cultural exchange highlighted by midday discussion on Chinese operatic music followed by an evening performance.