Student News

Devising and Directing in a Virtual World

Students in Jean Randich's Devising: Moving Through Time and Space and Directing I: The Director's Vision present their virtual coursework through video reels. 

"The flip side of our exodus from campus and from having to working remotely is the emergence of the need to create, to make, to communicate, even from our quarantine rooms and yards," said Randich. "I am so proud of these students, their resilience, and their need to keep going despite all odds."

Devising: Moving Through Time and Space

When the COVID-19 pandemic forced the community to scatter, students in Devising: Moving through Time and Space continued to create work wherever they landed. Their partners became light, time, nature, sound, space, and each other. 


Video Reel

Francis K. Bandy
Lydia Cobbinah '23
Jacqueline Theresa Nejaime de Loos '22
Isaiah “Izzy” Friedland '23
Ayla Kanciruk '23
Malva Miranda '23
Becca Molaro '23
Dennis Mullings '23
Paul Norton '23
Ulyana Shkel '23
Simon Ray Wolfson '23

Video Reel Editor
Dennis Mullings '23

Faculty Mentor 
Jean Randich

"Strangest Dream”

Our work satirizes the call for improving social relations in America.

Dennis Mullings '23
Paul Norton '23

“Last Night I Had the Strangest Dream” by Simon and Garfunkel

Directing I: The Director’s Vision

Students in Jean Randich's Directing I present short video responses to Edward Albee’s Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? Responses are staged, recorded and edited by the students in Directing I.


Featuring the work of
Timothy Atkinson '21
Martha Bennett '21
Louis Celt '21
Delaney Circe '21
Graeme Cohen '21
Delaney Hill '21
Brooks Hope '21
Alicia Katz '21
Sonise Lumbaca '21
Isabel Sheehan '21
Benjamin Tersigni '21

Video Reel Editor
Isabel Sheehan '21

Faculty Mentor
Jean Randich