Current Production Season

2022-2023 Season

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The Interrobangers

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Written by M Sloth Levine

Directed by Jo Michael Rezes

October 27, 7:30pm, Public Preview ($5)
October 28, 8pm, Opening Night ($10)
October 29, November 4 & 5, 8pm ($10 Tufts ID & Seniors, $15 General Public)
November 6, 3pm ($1)

Four groovy teens and a dog search the woods in their van to solve a mystery while exploring drugs, queerness, and the fear that men in rubber masks are scarier than monsters. The four question the world they know, looking into the parts of their history they would rather avoid, and giving new meaning to the phrase, “Be Kind, Rewind.” One part Scooby-Doo, one part Archie Comics, and several parts Roswell Incident, this play navigates alien abductions and the stressors of teenagerhood...but like, imagine a Saturday Morning Cartoon, but like cooler?

Fall Dance Concert

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November 18-19, 2022 7pm

Senior Dance Minors Andres Antonio and Hanna Bregman present capstone projects alongside faculty choreographic work by Jaclyn Waguespack and a guest artist composition by Hyung Ji Yu. 

TDPS: A Winter Workshop Festival

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December 9, 7pm Welcome to Dragistan
December 9, 10pm Pinos Loquentes & Puppets at an Exhibition
December 10, 7pm Pinos Loquentes & Puppets at an Exhibition
December 10, 10pm Welcome to Dragistan

Three department courses come together to celebrate diverse and extraordinary work in the TDPS Winter Workshop Festival. The Critical Drag course presents their final project Welcome to Dragistan, directed by Kareem Khubchandani. Renata Celichowska and Sheriden Thomas cast a farcical eye towards our relationship with trees and sustainability in the dance theatre piece in Pinos Loquentes, and Meghan Pearson’s Puppetry in Performance course develops an original puppet show, Puppets at an Exhibition, utilizing creations made in the classroom. 

Welcome to Dragistan A lipsynch extravaganza featuring the students in Dr. LaWhore Vagistan's Critical Drag class. Prepare to gag on this drag excellence!

Pinos Loquentes... A Celebration of and for Trees!

Puppets at an Exhibition When was the last time you thought of a puppet? There are so many styles that illicit memories. This performance hopes to expand your mind of what puppetry can bring to the table.

Red Rainbow

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Written by Azure D. Osborne-Lee

Directed by Lily Mengesha

March 2, 7:30pm, Public Preview ($5)
March 3, 8pm, Opening Night ($10), wine & cheese reception immediately following performance
March 4, 10, & 11, 8pm ($10 Tufts ID & Seniors, $15 General Public)
March 12, 3pm ($1)

Covid-19 has hit New York City and everyone is in quarantine. Nathaniel drags his best friend Ixchel out of bed to go on an adventure. When the two investigate a strange phenomenon in Ixchel's basement, they are transported to a world that gives them a chance to overcome the past and step into the future.

Spring Dance Concert

April 14, 7pm
April 15, 3pm & 7pm (8:30pm reception in Balch Theater Lobby celebrating all graduating dance minors)

New work from senior dance minors Jesse Akaa, James Elwell, William Huang, Chidilim Menakaya, Yosselin Perez Ascencio, Emma Sonnenblick, Cesar Urzua, Katelyn Young, and Julia Zweifach, alongside culminating performance from Jenny Oliver's Afro-Haitian: From Roots to Stage Course.