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Theophilus North

Set in the tiny resort town of Newport, Rhode Island, during the height of the Jazz Age in the summer of 1926, Theophilus North follows the exploits of the title character as he searches for adventure and his place in the world. Quitting his teaching position in New Jersey, and stranded in Newport after his jalopy breaks down, thirty-year-old Theophilus takes odd jobs in houses of the wealthy, infiltrating himself into the lives and troubles of Newport’s residents, both upstairs and downstairs. -Samuel French

Theophilus North

Set in the tiny resort town of Newport, Rhode Island, during the height of the Jazz Age in the summer of 1926, Theophilus North follows the exploits of the title character as he searches for adventure and his place in the world. Quitting his teaching position in New Jersey, and stranded in Newport after his jalopy breaks down, thirty-year-old Theophilus takes odd jobs in houses of the wealthy, infiltrating himself into the lives and troubles of Newport’s residents, both upstairs and downstairs. -Samuel French

Theophilus North

Set in the tiny resort town of Newport, Rhode Island, during the height of the Jazz Age in the summer of 1926, Theophilus North follows the exploits of the title character as he searches for adventure and his place in the world. Quitting his teaching position in New Jersey, and stranded in Newport after his jalopy breaks down, thirty-year-old Theophilus takes odd jobs in houses of the wealthy, infiltrating himself into the lives and troubles of Newport’s residents, both upstairs and downstairs. -Samuel French

Theophilus North

Set in the tiny resort town of Newport, Rhode Island, during the height of the Jazz Age in the summer of 1926, Theophilus North follows the exploits of the title character as he searches for adventure and his place in the world. Quitting his teaching position in New Jersey, and stranded in Newport after his jalopy breaks down, thirty-year-old Theophilus takes odd jobs in houses of the wealthy, infiltrating himself into the lives and troubles of Newport’s residents, both upstairs and downstairs. -Samuel French

Theophilus North

Set in the tiny resort town of Newport, Rhode Island, during the height of the Jazz Age in the summer of 1926, Theophilus North follows the exploits of the title character as he searches for adventure and his place in the world. Quitting his teaching position in New Jersey, and stranded in Newport after his jalopy breaks down, thirty-year-old Theophilus takes odd jobs in houses of the wealthy, infiltrating himself into the lives and troubles of Newport’s residents, both upstairs and downstairs. -Samuel French

Shakespeare's Women

 Through scene, soliloquy and song, this piece presents an
    imaginative exploration of the Bard’s women, from his
    celebrated leads to his lesser-known but no less intriguing
    ladies. Daughters, sisters, and lovers; warriors, bawds and wits,
    Shakespeare's female characters represent not only the many faces
    of womanhood, they illuminate--as much as their male
    counterparts--the breadth and depth of human experience.
    compiled by Arminda Thomas and Leslie Reddick

Shakespeare’s Women: A Celebration of the Women of Shakespeare

Through scene, soliloquy and song, this piece presents an
    imaginative exploration of the Bard’s women, from his
    celebrated leads to his lesser-known but no less intriguing
    ladies. Daughters, sisters, and lovers; warriors, bawds and wits,
    Shakespeare's female characters represent not only the many faces
    of womanhood, they illuminate--as much as their male
    counterparts--the breadth and depth of human experience.
    compiled by Arminda Thomas and Leslie Reddick

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A student written and produced story
about a young man struggling with mental health, self-medicating
and finding help in the right places.

Shakespeare's Women

Through scene, soliloquy and song, this piece presents an
    imaginative exploration of the Bard’s women, from his
    celebrated leads to his lesser-known but no less intriguing
    ladies. Daughters, sisters, and lovers; warriors, bawds and wits,
    Shakespeare's female characters represent not only the many faces
    of womanhood, they illuminate--as much as their male
    counterparts--the breadth and depth of human experience.

    Compiled by Arminda Thomas and Leslie Reddick
    Event Sponsors: McCoy Theatre

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