Race & Racism at the University of Richmond

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An article by Katie Branca in The Collegian announces University Players’ first annual haunted house in Cousins Studio Theatre, led by sophomores Alex Turner and Mary Clohan. The theme was insane asylum, largely due to the fact that it could be…

An article by Dan Petty in The Collegian announces a student-led production entitled “Rewind” that showcases four dance pieces and four theater pieces. A variety of genres and types of performance are represented, tied together by the common…

An article by Erin Foellmer in The Collegian announces "New Faces," an annual student-produced showcase comprised of short plays that features freshmen and other students that have not yet appeared in one of the Theatre department’s main stage…

This review, written by Frank Howarth, is of the 1973 Virginia Museum Theatre's production of Arthur Kopit's "Indians." Howarth describes that the play shows "the ways of national amnesia a painful view of the reservating of the American Indian," as…

This advertisement in the University of Richmond’s student newspaper The Collegian promotes an on-campus performance by Henry Cho – a, “full-blooded Korean comic born and raised in Knoxville, Tenn.” CAB advertises Cho’s performance as a…

In response to a racially charged protest of the production of “The Meeting,” Theatre and Dance Department Chair Walter Schoen claims that the Modlin Center for the arts is a “safe haven” for students to express themselves artistically and…

This April 29, 1920 image depicts students from Westhampton College and Richmond College staging a pageant of the "Dwarfed Pine." Corresponding articles in The Richmond Collegian explain the pine as an emblem in "the East" of "long life and…

Westhampton College sophomores staged "The Yellow Jacket" in the Red Cross Building, located near the site of the current Modlin Center. The play had ten Chinese characters, each played by a white student. An article subheading stated that the…

This article announces the Westhampton freshman class production named "The Pageant of the Dwarfed Pine." This 1920 performance was staged in the "pagan splendor" of Japan, with the chorus performed a "Japanese folk song," F. Flaxington Harker's…

A Collegian article announcing the Westhampton College Spanish Club's play in Keller Hall at 7:30 p.m. Along with Pan-American Week, the Spanish Club's play was a way to emphasize Spanish affairs among the student body. The 1962 production focused on…
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