Current Productions

  • Far Away

    Directed by Annie Tippe, Spring 2017 (Photo Credit: GretjenHelene.com)

  • Five Pieces

    Five Pieces

    Harvard Dance Project, Spring 2017 (Photo Credit: Liza Voll)

  • A Dream Play

    A Dream Play

    Directed by Daniel Kramer, Fall 2016 (Photo Credit: GretjenHelene.com)

  • Harvard Dance Project

    Wunder

    Harvard Dance Project, Fall 2016 (Photo Credit: Liza Voll)

  • Far Away

    Directed by Annie Tippe, Spring 2017 (Photo Credit: GretjenHelene.com)

  • Three Americanisms Production Photo

    Three Americanisms

    Directed by Paul Lazar, Spring 2018 (Photo Credit: GretjenHelene.com)

  • The Danube Production Photo

    The Danube

    Directed by Morgan Green, Spring 2019 (Photo Credit: GretjenHelene.com)

TDM Fall 2020 Productions

Theater, Dance & Media presents NAME:______

Created by the students in TDM's Fall 2020 Production Studio: Senator Atwater, Jonathan Castillo, Caron Kim, Madi Fabber, Vincent Pan, and Eileen Tucci.

Facilitated by EllaRose Chary and Jay Stull

Music Direction by Cynthia Meng
Sound Design by Andy Russ
Video Design by Katherine Freer
Website Design by LROD

Show Dates and Times
Saturday, December 5 at 9pm and 11pm ET
Sunday, December 6 at 3pm ET
Friday, December 11 at 9pm and 11pm ET
Saturday, December 12 at 9pm and 11pm ET

 

TO RSVP, visit HERE.

 

ABOUT NAME:______

“It’s an exploration, an opportunity for us to explore what names mean to people, um kind of from the lens of legal names that you’ll find on passports, driver licenses, other legal documents, but membership cards and stuff like that, but also just what people decide to do with that name, what those names mean, how they shape identities, or they don’t. Whether we could live without them, and things like that. So um if at any point, you don’t want to talk about something, if you’re uncomfortable, just say it, and that is completely fine.

"I just want to hear about your own experiences with them.

 

"We take those words, verbatim, and turn them into lyrics, dialogue, and we compose an entire show.

 

"Names! What is your name?”