Department of Fine Arts (Music, Visual Arts), Darkroom, Communications Office, Kaleidoscope, Garnet, Tiger
Winston Hall caught fire in 1941 and the front portion of the building was destroyed. That part of the structure stood in ruins until 1950 (there were no men or monies to rebuild it during World War II), when it was rebuilt; in 1961 it became the College dining hall or "Commons" until the New Dining Hall (Settle Hall) was finished in 1991. The main floor is currently used for social gatherings. The third floor of Winston houses Hampden-Sydney's Metcalf Music Center and the second floor houses the department of Studio Arts. The Moore Student Health Center and and the Publications Office share the ground floor.
Matthew R. Dubroff
Lecturer in Fine Arts
Johns Auditorium, 203
BA Williams College, 1990; MFA in Asian Theatre Performance with a Concentration in Directing, University of Hawaii at Manoa, 1996; Osaka School for Foreign Studies, 1997; Nihon University, Tokyo, 1998; The Alexander Technique Training Centre, Charlottesville, Virginia, 2002.
Matthew Dubroff has been teaching theatre at Hampden-Sydney College since 1999. Recent directing credits include Picasso at the Lapin Agile (Spring 2012), The Homecoming (Fall 2010) and The Importance of Being Earnest (Spring 2010). A recent design of his was Something Solid in 2011. Dubroff is a founding member of Theatre Nohgaku and performs with them regularly in a variety of roles. In July of 2011 he performed in Takasago and Pagoda as part of a tour to Tokyo, Kyoto, Beijing, and Hong Kong. Dubroff is also a teacher of the Alexander technique and the Wu Style of Tai Ji.
Teaching InterestsWorld Theatre
The Alexander Technique
Wu Style Tai Ji
Most Recent Publications
"The Homecoming", Hamdpen-Sydney College, 2010
"Pagoda/Kiyotsune", European Tour, 2009
"Funabenkei", Bloomsburg, PA, 2009
"The Importance of Being Earnest", Hampden-Sydney College, 2009