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Carthage’s beautiful campus on the shore of Lake Michigan in Kenosha, Wisconsin, is home to 2,600 full-time undergraduate students. With an average class size of 17, and a student-faculty ratio of 12:1, Carthage offers educational experiences uncommon ...
This course examined the development of the "modern" movements in art and theatre at the end of the 19th century, and the impact and influences of the movement into the 21st century. This course explored the theatres, museums, and art galleries of New York City. Students saw productions at varying venues throughout the city including Broadway and off Broadway theatres.Summer 2016
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Activities & Affiliations
Our student ambassadors take prospective students and families on tours of campus. They also attend recruiting events and receptions with the admissions team. They are truly the front line of recruiting for Carthage and we couldn't survive without them.Fall 2016
Caroline Fossum participated in Carthage Theatre's production of "Up and Away," an original production by Eric Simonson. It was the 10th installment in the College's New Play Initiative.Fall 2018
Caroline Fossum played the role of the narrator in Carthage's production of "Into the Woods" in April and May 2018.Spring 2018
Winner of three Tony Awards, Urinetown is a hilarious musical send-up of capitalism, social irresponsibility, bureaucracy, and musical theatre itself! In a dystopian future, a 20-year drought has led to a ban on private toilets. Citizens must use public toilets regulated by an evil company that profits by charging admission for one of humanity's most basic needs. From within the oppressed masses, a hero plans a revolution that could lead them all to freedom!Spring 2016
When two actors with a history are thrown together as romantic leads in a forgotten 1930's melodrama, they quickly lose touch with reality as the story they enact onstage follows them offstage. Stage Kiss is the newest play from award-winning playwright Sarah Ruhl, an artist gifted with a singular voice. It was performed at Carthage Oct. 23-31, 2015.Fall 2015