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Vanderbilt Baseball by Richard Ficek, Jordan Lee, Cam Nix, and Courtney Smith

  The Vanderbilt baseball team, commonly referred to as the “Vandy Boys” took on the Belmont Bruins on Tuesday, March 19th at the Nashville Sound Stadium. The audience consisted of, enthusiastic fans from both Vanderbilt and Belmont and a wide range of Nashvillians ranging from young families to older couples. Cam Nix, Richard Ficek, Courtney…

Posted by on April 10, 2019 in Blog posts

Home is…

…family. …familiarity. …freedom from toxic people. …my spot on the couch, where I lay on a lazy Sunday. …a brown sofa in the basement and trashy dance competition TV shows. …where the dog is. …my blue walls, a bed with too many pillows. …where you are taken care of. …where you feel most comfortable, completely…

Posted by on April 5, 2019 in Blog posts

Vanderbilt Men’s Basketball by Kevin Chen, Hugh Fisher, Camille Hurt, & Charlie Lesko

    The Vanderbilt Men’s Basketball team played number one ranked Tennessee on Wednesday, January 23rd, 2019 at Memorial Gymnasium. The game went into overtime and Tennessee barely edged out Vanderbilt in an exciting 88 to 83 overtime win. The audience was mostly composed of Vanderbilt fans with a good number of burnt orange supporters…

Posted by on March 22, 2019 in Blog posts

Bowling Promo. Photo by Joe Howell

BOWLING FOR BEGINNERS by Brigid Brennan, Eric Cho, and Maggie Feyrer

On Wednesday, February 27th, a full read-through of the play Bowling for Beginners was put on for the public in Neely Auditorium. The play, written by Diana Grisanti, told the story of Vanderbilt’s National Champion Women’s Bowling team and their place on Vanderbilt’s campus. The script was based off ethnographic interviews done by Dr. Christin…

Posted by on March 18, 2019 in Blog posts


TWELFTH NIGHT by Isaac Donker, AJ Franklin, and James Owen

Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night was held on February 15-17 and 21-23. Vanderbilt University staged this production in their own Neely Auditorium. The audience consisted mostly of Vanderbilt students and faculty, Nashville residents, and the friends and family of the students involved in the show. James Owen, A.J. Franklin, and Isaac Donkor met in Alumni Hall room…

Posted by on March 14, 2019 in Blog posts


NEIGHBORHOOD 3 by Cassidy Butera, Brianna Li, and Annie Song

  Neighborhood 3: Requisition of Doom By Jennifer Haley was one of the plays selected by VUT for the 2018-2019 season, put on in Neely Auditorium on Nov 2, 3 @ 8pm, Nov 4 @ 2pm, Nov 8 @ 7pm, Nov 9, 10 @ 8pm. Neighborhood 3, directed by Steve Moulds, is about a new…

Posted by on November 27, 2018 in Blog posts


NEIGHBORHOOD 3 by Lucas Bitoff, Alex Haft, Melody Li, and Tracy Luan

On Nov 3, Vanderbilt University Theatre (VUT) held the play Neighborhood 3: REQUISITION OF DOOM directed by Steve Mouids in Neely Auditorium. Most of the audience were Vanderbilt students and faculties. In this play, every kid was indulged in a video game called Neighborhood 3, which had the same setting as the neighborhood in the…

Posted by on November 27, 2018 in Blog posts

Sep 15, 2018; South Bend, IN, USA; Vanderbilt Commodores running back Ke'Shawn Vaughn (5) runs the ball as Notre Dame Fighting Irish cornerback Troy Pride Jr. (5) pursues in the third quarter at Notre Dame Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Matt Cashore-USA TODAY Sports

Vanderbilt Commodores Football by Crosslin Archdeacon, Chase Casali, Blue Ellis, and Ejike Simon

Vanderbilt Commodores Football v Florida Gators All four group members attended the Vanderbilt vs Florida football game and viewed the game as a production. It occurred on homecoming weekend, so there was more people on campus than usual. Viewing the game as a performance allows us to examine the different intricacies that make sports entertaining,…

Posted by on October 27, 2018 in Blog posts


Commodore Quake by Sydney Banks, Caroline Saltmarsh, and Taiana Tolleson

On October 11, Commodore Quake took place in Memorial Gym. The performers in this specific Commodore Quake were Lil Baby and T- Pain. The audience consisted of primarily Vanderbilt Undergraduate students, but was open to the public as well. Taiana Tolleson is a junior from Kona, Hawaii who is majoring in Human Organization and Development….

Posted by on October 22, 2018 in Blog posts

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THE LANGUAGE ARCHIVE by Angie Parmar, Rachel Platt, Kristen Rivera, and Soraya Sotudeh

The first show of Vanderbilt University Theatre’s 2018-2019 season is The Language Archive by Julia Cho. This show marks the first play written by a woman of color to be produced by the university’s program. This play deals with issues ranging from indifference versus passion to struggles of marriage to cultural differences with the overarching…

Posted by on October 16, 2018 in Blog posts

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