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Staller Center brings Shakespeares Hamlet to Stony Brook University

Staller Center brings Shakespeare’s Hamlet to Stony Brook University

Patrick Tuminski September 24, 2019
The Staller Center for the Arts brought the Royal National Theatre's production of "Hamlet" to Stony Brook University.
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Man of La Mancha Comes to Northport Theater

“Man of La Mancha” Comes to Northport Theater

Kraig Klein October 21, 2018
The musical had its New York City premiere in 1965 at the ANTA Washington Square Theatre in Greenwich Village before moving uptown to Broadway’s Martin Beck Theatre in 1968.
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Audience and actors become immersed in the world of “Woyzeck”

Christian Cangiano November 21, 2016
“Woyzeck” was an intense experience from beginning to end. Set in a German military boot camp, the story revolves around a soldier who loses his grip on reality.
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An Inside Look at The Monkey King

An Inside Look at “The Monkey King”

Jager Robinson November 19, 2015
Students of Theatre Arts 216 and 103 will be putting on a play at the Mark Morris Dance Center in Brooklyn on Friday, Nov. 11 at 6:30 p.m..
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The Izumi Ashizawa Performance Company was founded in 2002 and uses Japanese physical performance techniques. PHOTO CREDIT: RICK BURKS

Shadow, harmony and movement in “Mysterious Lake”

Liam Wallace April 20, 2015
“Mysterious Lake” provides a unique and immersive theater experience, melding dialogue, dance, chant, fog, shadow and striking puppetry to draw the audience into its world.
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Cast of “Bike America” spins through Staller

Michaela Christman March 2, 2015
“Bike America” took its audience on a colorful, laughter-filled journey across the United States.
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“The Boy With No Name” gets a standing ovation

Steven Rosa November 13, 2013
Pocket Theater put on a rousing show this past weekend. "The Boy with No Name" by Ev Miller, a dramatic play set in the 1950s, was performed at the Staller Center of the Arts and received a standing ovation from the crowd.
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Now Playing at Stony Brook: The Rover

November 25, 2002
Stony Brook's new theatrical production, a contemporary update of Aphra Behn's The Rover, is enchanting, yet often perplexing. Directed by Paul Kassel, The Rover adapts a17th century storyline, which takes place at a carnival in Italy, toa 21st century setting during Mardi Gras in New Orleans.
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Prelude to Staller Performance of Miller Play

March 23, 2002

Forever etched into our memory, and perhaps even revisited daily, as we earnestly toil and struggle to achieve the American Dream, Arthur Miller embodies the standard by which playwrights have been measured...

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