Visiting Artist, Ralph Lemon, Tells Story of Life in American South

Ralph Lemon, an internationally acclaimed artist whose medium spans dance, cinema, and writing, came to Brown on October 6 to perform at Ashamu Dance Studio.

His project, Ceremonies Out of the Air, merged storytelling and cinematography. Lemon narrated a story about life in the American South while a video in the background brought his words to life. Before the screening, Lemon spoke to The Brown Daily Herald about his role as a conceptual artist. 


(Distributed October 9, 2015)

Graduate Students Win Major Prizes, Awards

Over the summer break, the graduate student body of the Department of Theatre Arts & Performance Studies, as well as alums of the program, have shone, winning recognition in the form of honors, awards, prizes, and fellowship.


(Distributed September 30, 2015)

PRESS RELEASE: Laura Rikard brings Chekov’s The Seagull to Brown University

“Any idiot can face a crisis-it’s day to day living that wears you out” – Anton Chekhov

A play is performed on the shore of a lake. Its young idealistic author is devastated when his work is mocked by his family and friends. Passions and jealousies rise as his beloved gives her heart to his rival. With a hint of absurdist humor and melancholy, The Seagull explores our unquenchable human desire to live an extraordinary life.

(Distributed September 25, 2015)
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