Production Links

A Patch of Earth by Kitty Felde

Theatre Links

Association for Theatre in Higher Education

New England Theatre Conference

Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival

The New York Times theatre page

Harold Pinter


Class Links

Asian Drama and Dance


Art India   

Noh Plays     Noh Theatre   


Beijing Opera (audio samples)



Stage Company

Attention theater majors, minors, and anyone with an interest or appreciation for theater. The RWU Stage Company is the perfect place to put that classroom knowledge to work. Assist in the productions put on by the club by getting involved with any and all aspects of theater including acting, costume and set designing and stage managing.

is the Stage Company listserv


Robin Stone, Ph.D.

Associate Professor of Theatre

Roger Williams University

Performing Arts Center

One Old Ferry Road

Bristol, RI  02809





The opinions or statements expressed herein should not be taken as a position or endorsement of Roger Williams University.

The Barn
























Photos and Articles



The Laramie Project (article The Laramie Project (photos)

Romeo and Juliet (article)  Romeo and Juliet (photos)

Incorruptible (article)

Dearly Departed (article #1) Dearly Departed (article #2) Dearly Departed (photos)

Talking With (article)  Talking With (photos)

The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (article)


Glengarry Glen Ross (article #1 Glengarry Glen Ross (article #2 Glengarry Glen Ross (photos)

Other Activities


Conversation and Drama: How Talk is Action

Review of Complicite's A Disappearing Number

Review of Raymond Armstrong's, Kafka And Pinter Shadow-boxing: The Struggle Between Father And Son

Reviews of Gary Garrison's, Perfect 10: Writing and Producing The 10-Minute Play; Stephen Sossaman's, Writing your First Play; and Stuart Spencer's, The Playwright's Guidebook: An Insightful Primer an The Art af Dramatic Writing











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