Archived articles


Dunbar Baldwin Hughes Theater Co. celebrates 30 years
Published March 3, 2023
The group, which for three decades has brought expressions of Black culture and experience to the stage at Johns Hopkins, opens a three-show run of the critically acclaimed 'Is God Is' by playwright Aleshea Harris
A story of love, politics, culture, and history
Published Feb 28, 2020
Junior Similoluwa Aluko wrote and co-directs "How Palm Wine Sours," a multi-generational story about women, love, and politics in the Oyo empire of West Africa
Behind the scenes of 'Cabaret'
Published Summer 2019
For 100 years, the student-run Barnstormers has put on perfectly marvelous theater productions. But it's not all song and dance. / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Multicultural Affairs
A culture showcase
Published Nov 12, 2018
JHU's 31st annual Culture Show celebrates diversity through music, dance, and theatrical performances
On stage
Discovering Laramie
Published Oct 25, 2018
JHU Barnstormers present the story of Matthew Shepard, whose 1998 murder became a flashpoint for the gay rights movement
Beneath boisterous surface, something dark
Published April 11, 2018
JHU Barnstormers stage an enchanting performance of Broadway favorite 'Pippin'
Blurring lines
Published Oct 27, 2015
Baltimore artist, actor Carly Bales on what performance art, theater can learn from each other
Murder, red herrings
Published Oct 23, 2015 Photos
JHU's Barnstormers present Agatha Christie's murder-mystery 'The Mousetrap'
Extras, extras
Peabody Opera casting call
Published Sept 23, 2015
Peabody Opera seeks players (and a little dog, too) for upcoming production of 'Street Scene'
On stage
Good 'Company'
Published April 2, 2015 Photos
JHU Barnstormers six-performance run of Sondheim musical kicks off Friday