Dartmouth Centennial circle in New York

Third Annual
Centennial Circle Forum

April 20-21, 2017
New York, NY

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Centennial Circle Award

The annual Centennial Circle of Dartmouth Alumnae Award recognizes a person whose pioneering efforts and professional achievements have had a significant impact on the advancement of women and the pursuit of a better world.

2017 Award Winner Daryl Roth P’93

DARYL ROTH (Producer) is honored to hold the singular distinction of producing seven Pulitzer Prize-winning plays: Anna in the Tropics; August: Osage County (2008 Tony Award); Clybourne Park (2012 Tony Award); How I Learned to Drive; Proof (2001 Tony Award); Edward Albee’s Three Tall Women; and Wit.

Daryl Roth, Centennial Circle Honoree

Featured Speakers

Sharon Washington ’81, Actress

Sharon is a proud member of the Class of 1981. She has been a working actress for over 25 years. She most recently added playwright to her resume with the debut of her solo play Feeding the Dragon, which received its world premiere at City Theatre in the fall of 2016.

Sharon Washington

Carol Dunne, Dartmouth Senior Lecturer of Theater

At Dartmouth College, Carol introduced musical theater into the curriculum and has directed Hair, The Rocky Horror Show, Eurydice, Hairspray, Angels in America and Chicago. In 2010 she received the Distinguished Lecturer Award from the College.

Marina McClure ’04, Director

Marina McClure ’04 creates emotionally charged theater, opera, and spectacles by fusing striking visual design and physical work with performers. Her work has been seen throughout the US, Canada and South Africa.

Talene Monahon ’13, Actress

TALENE MONAHON ’13 has performed in acclaimed productions in New York with the Atlantic Theater Company, MCC, Encores! Off-Center, New Georges, The Sol Project, Gingold Theater Group, The Actor’s Company Theater, and Alex Timbers’ Les Freres Corbusier.

Special Guest

Doug Wright, Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright, War Paint

Former Dartmouth artist-in-residence Doug Wright earned the Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award for his play I Am My Own Wife. Other stage works include Grey Gardens (Tony nomination), The Little Mermaid and Hands on a Hardbody.

Doug Wright