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Amanda Finn Haggerty '14

Amanda Finn Haggerty ’14 profiled in theatre critics publication

Amanda Finn Haggerty ’14 of Chicago, Illinois, was profiled in the November issue of the American Theatre Critics Association publication. Finn Haggerty has written primarily […]

Bob Amsden

Robert Amsden does radio interview about upcoming theatre production

Director Emeritus Robert Amsden discussed an upcoming Ripon College theatre production Monday on Hometown Broadcasting and The Wave – 93.1FM & 1600AM. A recording of […]

Students Braeden Senkle and Mattie Ryback in rehearsal

Ripon College theatre reopens live with futuristic drama, ‘After the Blast,’ Oct. 14-17

Zoe Kazan’s play “After the Blast” will be presented Oct. 14-17 by the Ripon College Department of Theatre. Performances begin at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Oct. […]

Jessie Lillis in on-stage sword fight

Jessie Lillis ’13 parlays college interests into founding of a theatre company

Seeds of interest sown at Ripon College have culminated in the inaugural 2021 Mackinac Island Shakespeare Festival in Michigan, running through Aug. 29. Jessie Lillis […]

Soprano Maria Reber will present her streamed senior recital May 5

Maria Reber ’21 of Fond du Lac, Wisconsin, a soprano, will present her senior recital at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, May 5. Because of the ongoing […]

Comedy and tragedy theatre masks

Play ‘Almost, Maine’ presented virtually by student directors

The student directors of the Ripon College theatre program will present a unique streaming event of the play “Almost, Maine” from Friday, April 30, through […]

Professor of Theatre Kenneth Hill

Celebrate Ripon College theatre, in all the ways we have seen it this year

World Theatre Day is an international observance to be celebrated Saturday, March 27. It was started in 1961 by the International Theatre Institute. It falls […]

Chekhov comedy plays to be presented online March 26-28

A streamed production of “Chekhov’s Short Farces” will be presented March 26 through 28 by the Ripon College Department of Theatre. The production will be […]

Levi Keen as Frank Sweenehy

‘Molly Sweeney’ theatre production will be streamed for viewing

The Ripon College Department of Theatre will share its next play, “Molly Sweeney,” by Brian Friel, via streaming at ripon.edu/molly-sweeney from 12:15 a.m. Central time […]

Poster image for 'Spoon River'

‘Spoon River’ outdoor performances combine theatre, music

“Spoon River,” an hour-long outdoor performance of music and theatre, will be presented Thursday, Sept. 24, through Sunday, Sept. 27, at Ripon College. Live performances […]

Bill Bradburn '75 working on a crafted pen

This pen is mightier than the average pen and earns Bill Bradburn ’75 a distinctive honor

Bill Bradburn ’75 of Indianapolis, Indiana, has been designated an Indiana Artisan because of his crafted writing instruments. He is among 221 visual and food […]

Heidi DeCaluwe '20

We’re still here: Heidi DeCaluwe ’20

Her experience working in the theatre department will stand her in good stead when Heidi DeCaluwe ’20 of West Bend, Wisconsin, goes on to graduate […]

Bailey Jerrick '20

We’re still here: Bailey Jerrick ’20

Bailey Jerrick ’20 of Stoughton, Wisconsin, is headed for Disney World after graduation in May. She has been accepted into the Disney College Program and […]

Madeleine Craig '20

We’re still here: Madeleine Craig ’20

With a triple major in theatre, English and history, Madeleine Craig ’20 of West Bend, Wisconsin, has a variety of options. After graduation in May, […]

DeShawn Thomas '20 performing on stage.

We’re still here: DeShawn Thomas ’20

DeShawn Thomas ’20 of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, is ready to move forward with a career in the performing arts. The theatre major has accepted a position […]

Brandi Gaspard Mans ’10 uses sewing skills for mask production

Using stitching skills she learned as a theatre major at Ripon College, Brandi Gaspard Mans ’10 of Minneapolis, Minnesota, has been joining her colleagues at […]