Toby Sedgwick trained at the Jacques Lecoq
School in Paris, where he founded The Moving Picture Mime Show,
which established itself as one of the innovators of “physical
theatre” throughout the world. He was part of Danny Boyle”s
creative team as director of movement and choreographer for the
Green and Pleasant Land and Industrial Revolution sequences of
the London 2012 Olympics Opening Ceremony.
Alumna Alicia Coca, B.A. theatre 2018, appears in South Coast Repertory
Theatre’s upcoming production of the romantic musical
comedy She Loves
Me. Running Jan. 25 through Feb. 22, two
clerks in a 1930’s Hungarian parfumerie are constantly at odds,
unaware that, outside of work, they’re each falling madly in love
with an anonymous pen pal, unaware that it is the other.
Alumna Jasmine Washington, B.A. 2018, appears in Big Idea Theatre’s upcoming
production of “The Revolutionists.” Running Jan. 17 through Feb.
15, the girl-powered comedy centers on four beautiful, badass
women who lose their heads during the French Revolution’s Reign
The Department of Theatre and Dance will be holding auditions for
a radical new production of Sophocles’ “Antigone” on Feb.
24 in the Wyatt Pavilion Theatre. The classic tragedy will
be performed in spring quarter May 14-16 and 21-23.
“Outside the Lines, Winter Quarter,” presented by the College of
Letters and Science’s Department of Theatre and Dance, is an
informal preview of new choreography in progress created by
graduate and undergraduate students.
Performances are Thursday through Saturday, March 12-14 at 7
p.m. in the Hickey Gym.