Race & Racism at the University of Richmond

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This article discusses a student variety show put on by dramatic director Professor Alton W. Williams. The show was said to include a performance by Professor N. Wilford Skinner, who was to lead the event and perform acrobatic tricks. The "hillbilly…

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…

This article consists of information regarding a production by the University Players titled “Conquest of My Brother,” their second production of the 1975-1976 season. The production about the “200-year struggle between the American…

Monaghan explores the popularity of Haskell Harelik's play on campus and in local theaters. The article focuses on the director and actors' views of the play and process; religion and presenting authenticity to the roles were a key concern of the…

The University Players hosted a program of three one-act plays in the winter of 1931. The plays selected were written by students, including "Beau of Bath", directed by Jane Little, "The Son's Father", directed by its author Mary Lucile Saunders, and…

This article written by Roy Proctor critiques The University Players' 1983 production of Shakespeare's Henry V directed by William H. Lockey Jr. Proctor criticizes the director's edition of Henry V being put on as a play within a play by University…

An article by Sharon Tully in The Collegian announces two comedies that will be performed at the University of Richmond during the spring semester of 2009. One is the dark comedy “The Pillowman” by Martin McDonagh, and will be produced by…

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 is an article discussing the first African play to be performed on the University of Richmond's (UR) campus--Tegonni--that has an international cast and crew. "'Tegonni' is a Nigerian interpretation of Sophocles' "Antigone" by Femi Osofison"…

In December of 1931, the University Players hosted a program of three one-act plays in the Red Cross Building. The plays selected were written by students, including "Beau of Bath", directed by Jane Little, "The Son's Father", directed by its author…
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