CLARK UNIVERSITY PLAYERS SOCIETY

Clark University's oldest student organization, and one of Worcester's oldest theatre companies | Onstage Since 1908

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CUPS at the

Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival!

Not only does 2021 mark the first-ever entirely virtual rendition of the Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival, but it also marks our first time sending CUPS-produced content to the festival itself!

 

Congratulations to CUPS President Brett Iarrobino and Vice President Dylan Parra for having their plays Talking (Air)Heads and Lugubrious Play accepted to the festival. Both pieces were originally written and performed for previous installments of Play-in-a-Day, our 24-hour short play festival.

Click here to watch the recording of Lugubrious Play, directed by Jimmy Jackson, and starring Sarah Drapeau & Rachael Weir!

EVENTS

  • Fri, Feb 12
    Online event (RSVP required)
    School is back in (inter)session. We're excited to reveal our first (and hopefully, last) virtual intersession production - a revival performance of David Ives' The School for Lies, directed by Andrew Child!
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  • Thu, Feb 11
    Online Event via Zoom
    The Art of Accessibility: Exploring Access in Artistic Spaces
    Ahead of "School for Lies" on Friday night, we're partnering with our friends at Clark V&PA for an open discussion/Q&A session with our wonderful director Andrew Child, to discuss the art of accessibility!
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  • Fri, Oct 23
    Hadwen Arboretum
    The timelessness and tragedy of a Shakespearean classic meets the forested hallmark of New England horror; CUPS proudly presents Macbeth, a promenade-style walkthrough performance, directed by Kim H. Carrell.
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  • Thu, Oct 22
    Hadwen Arboretum
    The timelessness and tragedy of a Shakespearean classic meets the forested hallmark of New England horror; CUPS proudly presents Macbeth, a promenade-style walkthrough performance, directed by Kim H. Carrell.
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  • Thu, Oct 22
    Hadwen Arboretum
    The timelessness and tragedy of a Shakespearean classic meets the forested hallmark of New England horror; CUPS proudly presents Macbeth, a promenade-style walkthrough performance, directed by Kim H. Carrell.
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