Adelphi's First Virtual Theater Production Hits National Stage, Earns Awards
Adelphi University's production of This Odd Geometry of Time, directed by Shoshanah Tarkow and written Megan Lohne, has just been named a Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival regional winner!
The Assembly's Deceleration Lab Continues with Nehassaiu DeGannes' Ebb & Lo'
Lab artist Nehassaiu deGannes and digital theater director/co-conceptual artist Shoshanah Tarkow have assembled over two dozen performing artists to collaborate on EBB & lo', a devised exegesis of the life and writing of poet Elizabeth Barrett Browning.
Adelphi Students, Alumni To Present Live Virtual Theater Production About Life In Quarantine
Too Solid Flesh is an Adelphi family affair, written by Megan Lohne and directed by Shoshanah Tarkow, Adelphi alumne and creators of Like Fresh Skin, a theater company utilizing emerging technologies to create text-driven immersive theatrical experiences that champion untold feminist stories.
Picture this: With the help of established digital content curator and Adelphi alum Shoshanah Tarkow, two Adelphi University computer-science seniors have turned an interactive poetry project into its own augmented reality, complete with massive commercial and educational upsides.
Words Like Fresh Skin: an Immersive Journey into the Life and Times of Poet Edna St. Vincent Millay
Staged as an interactive, immersive, and multi-sensory theatrical experience, Words Like Fresh Skin invites audiences to experience Millay’s world first-hand: follow Vincent from her childhood in Maine to her formative years at Vassar; attend a roaring ‘20s soirée as her guest and watch as she rises to stardom among America’s literati; experience her world and her poetry with all your senses!
Lab/Shul's PPPPPPurim 2018: Prophetic Post-Patriarchy Purim Performance Party
Last week’s PPPPPPurim 2018: Prophetic Post-Patriarchy Purim Performance Party at the House of Yes was a powerful night of patriarchy smashing, narrative flipping, boundary pushing, and radical ritual reinventing. Check out digital artist Shoshanah Tarkow’s inspiring reflections on her Digital Happening: #ImaginePostPatriarchy