Past Productions and Events

Home is Where Poster Image

HOME IS WHERE: a senior theater thesis
An evening of two original performances:

THIS SIDE UP
a solo performance created and performed by Camilla Dely
a story of coming home, told with christmas lights and crab shells. 

&

B-SIDE YOU
created with performers Amelia Couderc, Erica Rice & Christina Stella 

From within their isolated shelter in a devastated world, their only job is to listen: for contact, a message, a sign of life. As the waiting becomes unbearable, they are both haunted and preserved by their memories of home. How will they hold onto them in this new ritualized existence? 

MONDAY, APRIL 27th
THURSDAY, APRIL 30th
FRIDAY, MAY 1st

All shows @ 8:30PM
HEPBURN TEACHING THEATER
BRYN MAWR COLLEGE

Performances are FREE! Please email Anu Goedhart at agoedhart@brynmawr.edu to reserve a seat.

 

Headlong Performance Institute Workshop FlyerNO MATTER WHAT THEY SAY
YOU CAN MAKE A LIFE AS AN ARTIST
A workshop on creating and living a financially sustainable artistic life

Led by Amy Smith
Co-Director of Headlong 

Monday, April 27
4pm-6pm
@ Common Room of Goodhart Hall
All Bi-Co students welcome

Appropriate for artists of any genre.
We’ll talk about:
—MFA or not to MFA
—Budgeting
—Taxes
—Valuing your time
among other ?s

Follow us at @HPIPhilly
Contact:
Thomas Choinacky
Managing Director
• Headlong 
• Headlong Performance Institute 
1170 S. Broad Street  Philadelphia  PA • 19146
thomas@headlong.org
office  215.545.9195 
fax • 267.687.6630

and / or

Mark Lord
mlord@brynmawr.edu
Professor of Theater and
Theresa Helburn Chair of Drama
Bryn Mawr College

Academic Director
The Headlong Performance Institute

Spring 2015 Theater Production

Crossing Bryn Mawr Poster

Crossing Bryn Mawr
Directed by Adrienne Mackey
Friday-Sunday, Thursday-Saturday, April 10-12, 16-18
Hepburn Teaching Theater, Goodhart Hall

In Crossing Bryn Mawr the audience is invited to imagine the experience of a single student from orientation to graduation transformed into a fairy tale fable. Using the inspiration of the hero’s journey in which a protagonist sets out on a fantastic adventure to overcome a series of obstacles in order to bring back a treasure to their homeland, this story follows the course of a young woman as she sets out in search of knowledge she believes will unlock the future and eventually returns four years as a richer, wiser, and changed person.

Love and Information Poster

Caryl Churchill's Love and Information
Directed by Catharine Slusar
November 2014

Photo of The Serpent Woman Cast

The Serpent Woman
Directed by Aaron Cromie
April 2014
Hepburn Teaching Theater, Goodhart Hall

Photo from Antigone

Antigone
Directed by Catharine Slusar
November 2013

Photo from A Play of Hours

A Play of Hours
Directed by Mark Lord
April 2013

Photo from Nina Variations

The Nina Variations
Directed by Catharine Slusar
November 2012

Workshop with Performance Artist Tim Miller
April 2012

woman with monkey and a cigarette
BANG!
April 2012

Listen to Me
November 2011


Stop Kiss
Spring 2011 Student Theater Festival
April 2011

 

Alice Underground
November 2011

Alice Underground

Spring 2010 Student Theater Festival
April 2010

Artists Cafe

April 2010

Offending the Audience
November 2009

Faith, Hope, and Charity
November 2008

Doctor Faustus Lights the Lights
November 2007

Bryn Mawr at the Fringe Festival
September 2007

Midsummer Night's Dream
November 2006