A Passion for Performance: Varsity Dramatics
As time passed, Bryn Mawr Varisty Dramatics developed. This club, which comprised students interested in staging technically-advanced productions, soon eclipsed its predecessor, leading to the temporary prohibition of Banner Shows. During its inaugural years, Varsity Dramatics struggled and its importance quickly waned. However, in 1925, the Varsity players returned to greatness with The School for Scandal, a show met with critical acclaim. The group's subsequent shows were equally ambitious and resulted in the permanent elimination of Banner Shows. 
Other theatrical troupes generated from Varsity Dramatics, such as the Players Club and the Glee Club, the latter of which staged exclusively musicals. The passion for performance prevails on campus today within Bryn Mawr's abundant a Cappella, theater, dance, and orchestral organizations.
 Offerings to Athena: 125 Years at Bryn Mawr College. Ed. Anne L. Bruder. Friends of the Bryn Mawr College Library, 2010, page 121.