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Shakespeare In Love

Gabrielle Blackburn and Gabby Blum met in Kissam Center on April 14th on a rainy evening to discuss Shakespeare in Love. Other people were studying and socializing, so the room was noisy. Gabby Blum is currently a sophomore studying Economics, Human and Organization Development, and Business. In her free time, she enjoys doing art and…

Posted by on April 17, 2019 in Blog posts


The Suppliants by Jaylen, Shreya, and Kenzie

The Suppliants was performed by VUT on April 4, 5, 6, and 7th at Neely Auditorium. The audience was made up of Vanderbilt students, as well as some faculty and family. Shreya, Jaylen, and Kenzie met in Rand Lounge to discuss the performance.   Kenzie is a sophomore in the college of engineering and is…

Posted by on April 14, 2019 in Blog posts


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


Anastasia by Abbey Roberts, Jeri Katz, and Reghan Hovell-Wilkins

The National Tour of the Broadway hit musical Anastasia was at the Tennessee Performing Arts Center in Nashville from March 19th through 24th. The audience consisted of a wide range of Nashvillians, from young families to older couples. Abbey Roberts, Jeri Katz, and Reghan Hovell-Wilkins met in a Rand booth one afternoon to discuss the…

Posted by on March 29, 2019 in Blog posts


Vanderbilt Men’s Basketball Game by Virginia Green, Patrick Raby, and John Augenstein

Virginia Green, Patrick Raby, and John Augenstein attended the Vanderbilt Men’s Basketball game on Wednesday, January 23rd, 2019. Vanderbilt played against the number one ranked basketball team at the time, Tennessee. The game went into overtime, and Vanderbilt ended up barely losing 88 to 83. The audience was composed of a mixture of Vanderbilt and…

Posted by on March 25, 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


BOWLING FOR BEGINNERS by Trent Hill & Sarah Traynor

Introduction: Bowling for Beginners by Diana Grisanti was an ethnographic performance by members of Vanderbilt University Theater. The production took place in Neely Auditorium on February 27. The audience consisted of mostly Vanderbilt students and a few theater professors visiting from other institutions. The reading follows the Vanderbilt University women’s bowling team in the wake…

Posted by on March 18, 2019 in 1010 blog posts, Analysis Essay, Blog posts


TWELFTH NIGHT by Megan Haase, Jackie Rhoads, and Jackson Winrow

The Vanderbilt University Theatre production of William Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night ran February 15-17 and 21-23, 2019 in Neely Auditorium. Twelfth Night follows the stories of Viola and Sebastian, twins who find themselves separated in a shipwreck. Each twin thinks the other has drowned when they wash ashore in the mystical Illyria. Vanderbilt University Theatre’s performance of…

Posted by on March 17, 2019 in Blog posts, , ,


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