Theatre

Keenan Minogue

Keenan Minogue joins Rhodes College as Technical Director and Instructor. Keenan received his BFA from the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater, and his MFA in Theatrical Design/Production Technology from the University of Memphis. He has worked in the Chicago area as a Theatrical Designer, Scenic Artist and Technical Director. He has also worked for summerstock companies throughout the nation. Most recently, he designed props for the world premiere of Theresa Rebeck's /Downstairs/ Additional areas of academic study include museum conservation and computer systems.

Dr. Voynich and Her Children

Our story takes us into the lives of a traveling herbalist and
her eager apprentice who are journeying through the heartland of
the U.S. Although this play takes place in the future, society
has regressed into a world where every decision is a risk.
Despite this, in the midst of this chaotic world, new love blooms
while old love rekindles, and a life-altering choice is made that
changes everything.

by Leanna Keyes, directed by Molly Mulhern ('18)

Pool (no water)

Can you love someone and hate them at the same time? Rhodes
Theatre Guild and Weightless Aerial Company explore the tension
between the successful and the jealous using acrobatics, aerial,
and broken bodies.

by Mark Ravenhill 
co-directed and choreographed by Callie Compton and Damian Stuchko

Pool (no water)

Can you love someone and hate them at the same time? Rhodes
Theatre Guild and Weightless Aerial Company explore the tension
between the successful and the jealous using acrobatics, aerial,
and broken bodies.

by Mark Ravenhill 
co-directed and choreographed by Callie Compton and Damian Stuchko

Pool (no water)

Can you love someone and hate them at the same time? Rhodes
Theatre Guild and Weightless Aerial Company explore the tension
between the successful and the jealous using acrobatics, aerial,
and broken bodies.

by Mark Ravenhill 
co-directed and choreographed by Callie Compton and Damian Stuchko

Pool (no water)

Can you love someone and hate them at the same time? Rhodes
Theatre Guild and Weightless Aerial Company explore the tension
between the successful and the jealous using acrobatics, aerial,
and broken bodies.

by Mark Ravenhill 
co-directed and choreographed by Callie Compton and Damian Stuchko

Pool (no water)

Can you love someone and hate them at the same time? Rhodes
Theatre Guild and Weightless Aerial Company explore the tension
between the successful and the jealous using acrobatics, aerial,
and broken bodies.

by Mark Ravenhill 
co-directed and choreographed by Callie Compton and Damian Stuchko

Pool (no water)

Can you love someone and hate them at the same time? Rhodes
Theatre Guild and Weightless Aerial Company explore the tension
between the successful and the jealous using acrobatics, aerial,
and broken bodies.

by Mark Ravenhill 
co-directed and choreographed by Callie Compton and Damian Stuchko

Violet

As a girl, Violet was struck by a wayward axe blade when her father was chopping wood, leaving her with a visible scar across her face. With enough money finally saved, she's traveling across the Deep South in 1964 towards a miracle—the healing touch of a TV evangelist who will make her beautiful. Although she may not succeed in having the scar on her face healed, Violet is able to repair those scars that are lying deeper than her skin. On the way, she meets a young, African-American soldier whose love for her reaches far past her physical "imperfections." –Music Theatre International

Violet

As a girl, Violet was struck by a wayward axe blade when her father was chopping wood, leaving her with a visible scar across her face. With enough money finally saved, she's traveling across the Deep South in 1964 towards a miracle—the healing touch of a TV evangelist who will make her beautiful. Although she may not succeed in having the scar on her face healed, Violet is able to repair those scars that are lying deeper than her skin. On the way, she meets a young, African-American soldier whose love for her reaches far past her physical "imperfections." –Music Theatre International

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