In a recent issue of the Alumni Bulletin, Allison Janney '82 discusses finding her power on and offstage.
A Bolton Theater production of "When We Were Young and Unafraid" addresses social issues both contemporary and historical.
“Gotta Get Down To It" is the first original feature film to be produced by Kenyon's film department.
Paul Newman, Allison Janney, Josh Radnor ... a striking number of alumni make careers in theater, film and television.
Masen Colucci '19 puts skills learned as a film major to work as an intern at New York Magazine.
The Wright Center is home to a state-of-the-art film center, including a studio, screening room, and tools for post-production editing…
Dance major Hannah Russ '18 is one of eleven seniors and recent grads to receive a Fulbright Fellowships this year.
Gracie Gardner ’13 has received national acclaim as the winner of the American Playwriting Foundation’s 2017 Relentless Award.
Ian Edwards '17 found a new way to express himself after discovering dance at Kenyon.
Kenyon's mainstage productions owe their sets to master technician Christoper Ellsworth '96 and his crew.
From a senior thesis to an off-Broadway production, a play by Natalie Margolin '14 receives rave reviews.
Justin Shipley '11 takes comedy seriously as the writer and producer of the new show "Wrecked."
Professor Kora Radella, Matty Davis ’12 and Adrian Galvin ’12 are the founders of boomerang, a nonprofit dance company in New York…
With a history that reaches back to the 1840s, Kenyon's theatrical tradition is well-established and well-respected.
In fact, Kenyon is listed as one of "The Fifteen Best Colleges for the Aspiring Actor" in the College Finder. One reason for this reputation is that students learn by doing the jobs of the artists who collaborate to make plays, dances and films. Some courses concentrate on the arts as they were performed in their historical context; others focus on the work of the artists: the playwright, screenwriter, choreographer, actor, dancer, director and designer. Almost all courses require, in conjunction with reading and critical writing, the performance of problems and exercises. It is a multi-dimensional, challenging and rewarding course of study — one that alumni use with great success.
Questions? Please contact the Department of Dance, Drama, and Film.