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On stage

Almost artificial?

June 5, 2015
Play by artist, cognitive scientist, and JHU alum Monica López-González explores fine lines between human, artificial intelligence
On stage

A relationship, improvised

June 23, 2014
In debut play, Hopkins alum Monica López-González explores romance, conversation, and mood music

War stories

April 10, 2013
Theatre arts instructor directs play based on experiences of Bosnian women during Siege of Sarajevo
Stage fright

Barbershop of horrors

April 5, 2013
Barnstormers, JHU's oldest theater troupe, wrap up season with 'thrilling' staging of 'Sweeney Todd'

Lessons from a bug

Spring 2013
When it comes to educating children about sexual abuse, sometimes the best spokesperson is a Madagascar hissing cockroach / Johns Hopkins Magazine
On stage

'Top' performance

December 11, 2012
Undergraduate cast brings fast-moving, whip-smart 'Top Girls' to life at John Astin Theatre

Beneath the veil

November 12, 2012
Pakistani-American playwright Rohina Malik's one-woman debut 'Unveiled,' at Homewood tonight, explores experiences of Muslim women in post-9/11 America

In step with the site

Nov 2012
Movement artist Heather Sultz looks at space and considers how people navigate it individually, how it affects them, how they use it / Gazette

Celebrating the unusual

October 29, 2012
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Professor John Astin, who famously starred in The Addams Family, featured as ABC's Person of the Week / ABC News

John Astin's next act

Summer 2012
In a career that has included Broadway, film, and television, John Astin, A&S '52, has also been successful in his most recent role—bringing spotlights back to his alma mater. / Johns Hopkins Magazine

Astins house

Spring 2012
Nearly 60 years after John Astin graduated from Johns Hopkins, the university has renamed its stage afer him. / Johns Hopkins Magazine