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On Exhibit at Robeson Library: Break a Leg

January 10, 2019
Exhibit case

This exhibit contains playbills, posters, postcards, and other ephemera from the 2008 production season with Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream through the fall 2019 staging of Frankenstein by Mary Shelley.

Break a Leg: Recent Productions by the Rutgers University–Camden Theater Program is now on display at Paul Robeson Library through February 1, 2019.

Each year, the Rutgers University–Camden Theater Program presents a full season of plays that creates learning opportunities in every area of production from design work and stage management to acting and directing. Groundbreaking, fully supported productions range from Shakespearian tragedies to modern classics and musicals. Student-created work is highly encouraged and showcased annually in the Student-Directed One Act Play Festival.

Students with concentrations in acting and musical theater are afforded the opportunity to learn and work in one of Rutgers University–Camden’s two exceptional performance venues. The Walter K. Gordon Theater, a state-of-the-art, 650 seat proscenium house, is renowned for its near-perfect acoustical properties and gives students the experience of performing in a large-scale theater or concert hall. The Black Box Studio provides students with a more intimate side of the performing spectrum with multiple configurations.

This exhibit contains playbills, posters, postcards, and other ephemera from the 2008 production season with Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream through the fall 2019 staging of Frankenstein by Mary Shelley. For more information about the upcoming production season, please visit the Rutgers University–Camden Theater Program website.