Theatre: A Love Story is an exuberant live performance that invites the audience and the actors to reflect, question and embrace the beauty and horror of our world. What was once theater’s impact on our humanity? What have we done to destroy the simple ways of telling stories? Why would we rather embrace the clean odorless shiny sticky bodiless ghost of capitalism? What’s left for all of us to hold onto, to believe? This play is not a play. It is a journey that we are all a part of to dismantle our own hypocrisy and celebrate our desire for love.
This play was originally produced by Know Theatre of Cincinnati.
Theatre: A Love Story is produced by special arrangement with the Playwright and Elaine Devlin Literary, Inc., 115 Broadway, 12th floor, NY, NY 10010.
Artistic Directors: Sandra L. Burton, Erica Dankmeyer, Tendai Muparutsa, and Janine Parker.
Sankofa Presidents: Nathan Hu '23 and Obi Nwako '24, Drill Sergeants Rachel Jiang '23 and Ryan Joseph '23.
Pachedu is the annual fall concert featuring the Department's ensembles. Pachedu means “among ourselves” in the language of Zimbabwe’s Shona people and is our opportunity to share repertoire, new dance, and music in development. Each ensemble is unique, and these concerts offer audiences a diverse experience in genres.