In 2012 Matthew Cohn '08, Kate Mulley '05, and Thom Pasculli '05, founded Vox Theater. At the time, the Dartmouth Theater Alumni community was almost non-existent. The founders wanted to build a company to support one another's work, and that of other alumni. With this, they wanted to build a more connected theater alumni network. In that same year, Vox Theater began to produce VoxFest, now VoxLab, a week long residency at Dartmouth working in conjunction with their summer theater class. We are now in the 10th year of the residency, and are incredibly excited for VoxLab 2022.
The current leadership team is made up of Matthew Cohn '08 and Nicolle Allen '16. You can read more about them below.
Matthew is a New York-based, interdisciplinary artist. His work combines printmaking, photography, text, music, and sculpture in the pursuit of creating new theatrical forms. He is also an actor and narrator. He is the Co-Founder and Executive Director of Vox Theater.
Nicolle is a tailor and costume designer based in New York City. She works in TV, Film, and Theater. She recently designed costumes for the Bridge Production Group's See You (New Ohio Theater) and The Blue Room (The White Box).
She is currently the Wardrobe Supervisor and Head Tailor for The Amber Ruffin Show, and a tailor for Saturday Night Live.
Our goal is to provide each Voxlab participant with the best possible artistic support and bring a wonderful and talented community together. To support our mission, please consider making a tax-deductible donation to support our alumni artists!