Theater Special Events

Monday, September 3 at 7 p.m.

17th Annual Page-to-Stage Festival at the Kennedy Center
Georgetown University Theater & Performance Studies Program
A Staged Reading

Unfinished Album of Lazarus Lovesong

By K.J. Moran (COL ‘19)
Music by Isaac Warren (COL ’20)
Directed by Kathryn Chase Bryer
Advised by Professor Natsu Onoda Power
Stage Managed by Julia Beu (COL ’20)
Music Directed by Nicole Albanese (COL ’20)

In between concerts and classes, Louise is a student still reeling from her sexual assault a year ago. When she meets a new beau, Lou must face her anxieties head on and figure out how to be intimate without reliving the trauma of her past. A dramedy about the friends, poets, and bands that get us through our darkest moments, Unfinished Album of Lazarus Lovesong is the soundtrack of Lou’s resurrection and an ode to survivors everywhere. Developed in Georgetown University’s Hope Playwriting Seminar and directed by the Associate Artistic Director of Imagination Stage.

Featuring performances by

Megan Spinella (COL ’19)
Andrew Molinari (COL ’21) Chris Phillips (MSB ’20) Healy Knight (COL ’20) Nolan Peacock (COL ’21) Mark Camilli (COL ’19) Jenni Loo (COL ’21) Gabe Berkowitz (MSB ’20)

Content warning for themes of sexual assault, depression, and suicide

Additional festival details at

Spring 2019

Residency with Obehi Janice (SFS ’09)

Award-winning actress, writer, comedian, and Georgetown University alumna Obehi Janice returns to lead a spring residency with GU Theater & Performance Studies Program students, including workshops and class visits. Janice is a member of the 2018-19 Emerging Writers Group at The Public Theater. Her plays include Ole White Sugah Daddy, Era Era, Selah, African Tea, and her one-woman show Fufu & Oreos, and her work has been featured in American Theatre Magazine, Bustle, NPR, and For Harriet. She is a Luminary Artist at the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, a Creative Resident at SPACE on Ryder Farm and the recipient of a TCG Fox Foundation Resident Actor Fellowship. She works on stage, screen and as a voice actress in commercials, radio and cartoons. The Improper Bostonian named her “Boston’s Best Actress” in 2014 and she received an IRNE Award for Best Solo Performance for her starring role in We’re Gonna Die (Company One Theatre/OBERON).

View the Georgetown University Theater & Performance Studies Program’s 2018-19 mainstage season at the Davis Performing Arts Center.