Jocks and theatre kids. Comparing them is like comparing apples to oranges; There are actually a lot of similarities and that idiom has never made sense.Continue reading
You will all be happy to know that I am no longer my glittery-skinned self. Indeed, the last speck of the shiny stuff from Deb Ball fell off of my body today. I am finally clean. Bless. That’s the most I can say about this weekend folks. It was a romp and a riot and an altogether jiggle-fest. Here are some candid thoughts from you about this debauchery.
RIP to all the wigs people wore.
I stayed in for the first night of my life, and I didn’t hate it.
For senior drama students at Kenyon, the senior thesis is a culmination of their experiences in drama either in acting, directing, designing, dramaturgy, or playwriting. However, it is when these different areas of theatre combine that things can get interesting. For playwright Christine Prevas ’15, this meant pairing with director, Matt Super 15’ and actress Rosie Ouellet ’15 for the premiere of her original show Principia Romantica. I had the pleasure to talk to Christine about the upcoming premiere. Continue reading
The Thrill is pleased to introduce a new occasional feature: “Professors Who Went Here,” which features current Kenyon professors who also completed their undergraduate education on the Hill. This week we talked to Thomas S. Turgeon Professor of Drama, Jonathan Tazewell ’84.
How has Kenyon changed since your undergraduate years?