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Returning to Awkwardness: The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee

On Thursday, April 6, Vanderbilt Off-Broadway kicked off a weekend of epic spelling and heartwarming competition in the premiere of their spring musical, The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee. Eagerly awaiting the start of the show, students, parents, and community members filed into Sarratt Cinema and took their seats as audience members to the…

Posted by on April 14, 2017 in 1010 blog posts, Blog posts


A Pensive Performance – VUT’s Senior Directing Showcase

On April 6th, Neely Auditorium underwent three incredible transformations. Over the course of an hour and a half, the space was completely changed from a barren wasteland, into the hallway of an apartment, and then finally into an unused floor of an office building. Phillip Franck’s set design for the three plays was exquisite and…

Posted by on April 13, 2017 in 1010 blog posts


“For the Love of the Game”: The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee

It was the last day to see Vanderbilt Off Broadway’s (VOB) 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee, and my friend and I were already running late to the performance. We quickly rushed into Sarratt Cinema. Though the audience was filled with students and family, we found two vacant spots in the back and promptly sat…

Posted by on April 13, 2017 in 1010 blog posts, Analysis Essay, Blog posts


VUT’s Spring Showcase: The Apocalypse, an Apartment, and a Wedding

On Friday April 7th, a few dozen spectators filed into Neely Auditorium to witness Vanderbilt University Theatre’s (VUT) Spring Showcase. A collection of three short plays, the Spring Showcase highlighted the directing efforts of Vanderbilt seniors Benjamin Kitchens and Hannah Lazarz. Neely Auditorium’s small size facilitated audience receptivity, allowing the relatively small crowd of friends…

Posted by on April 13, 2017 in 1010 blog posts, Blog posts


As Years go by: We are Casey

The Original Cast is hyped on campus as being the ‘it’ musical theater showcase, priding itself on being entirely student run and produced since 1975 and being Vanderbilt’s only Musical Revue. Based on the fourteen-person cast size, being in the Original Cast seems an accomplishment in itself, and the vocal talent and range of the…

Posted by on April 3, 2017 in 1010 blog posts, Blog posts


America’s Greatest Past Time/ Vandy Baseball

America’s Greatest Past Time is simplified down into three things: Freedom, Apple Pie and Baseball. In this lead essay I want to magnify Baseball in a lens that not many people look at when they think of or watch baseball. Baseball is a popular sport in itself but when you step away and look at…

Posted by on April 3, 2017 in 1010 blog posts, Blog posts


Vanderbilt Baseball Game

Lead essay Matt Ruppenthal Vanderbilt Baseball Game It was a great night for baseball, as the weather was a perfect sunny and 65. The Vanderbilt Commodores set out on their team bus over to east Nashville, where they would take on the the Lipscomb Bison.  This game was played at the brand new Nashville sounds…

Posted by on April 3, 2017 in 1010 blog posts, Blog posts


As Years Go By – The Original Cast tackles Shifting Identity Through Time

When my director, Logan Keller, called me to notify me of the set list, I was sitting in Alumni Hall, clad with a jar of nutella, trying to crank out a paper for my Endocrinology class. I picked up the call, ecstatic to have a distraction, and quickly was notified that I was not only…

Posted by on April 3, 2017 in 1010 blog posts, Blog posts


Harambee

February 11th 2017 I had the opportunity to witness the African student Union organization “Harambee” put on the show “When Madu met Nefretiri.” Before anything I was truly amazed at the crowd of students that stood waiting in line for the production at Langford auditorium. Before having the opportunity to truly gain a feel and…

Posted by on March 28, 2017 in 1010 blog posts, Blog posts


GNIT

February 17th, Vanderbilt University Theatre performed a meaningful production of Will Eno’s Gnit, in Neely Auditorium; this play follows life of Peter Gnit, filled with moments of life’s peaks and valleys. While following Peter on his self-righteous ascent to discover his “real self,” we are often forewarned about the dangers of such a journey and…

Posted by on March 13, 2017 in 1010 blog posts, Blog posts


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