Thursday, January 26, 2023

Theater and Dance

Why is everything on Broadway closing?

After a tumultuous past few years for Broadway, many fan favorite shows will be closing within the next three months, leaving many wondering the reasoning behind the closings and what the future of Broadway will look like.

The making of HTAC’s “High School Musical”

On March 17, 18 and 19 HTAC performed “High School Musical” in Pearson Hall, marking its first production of the spring semester.

The show must go on: Resident Ensemble Players poised to raise the curtain on upcoming 2022 season

The season will be notable not only for its long-awaited revival of in-person shows, but for accompanying regulations for actors, crew and audiences.

Hassan El-Amin takes on the vote: REP presents “Votetrickery: A Spoken Word Symphony”

“Votetrickery: A Spoken Word Symphony” can be found on the REP’s website for free from Dec. 1 to Dec. 19.

Returning to the stage: How the dance and drama departments are adjusting after COVID-19 lockdowns

As on- and off-campus life begins to adjust back to operating in person, there are few departments more grateful — and strained — than the dance and drama departments at the university.

The university’s oldest improv group, the Rubber Chickens, gears up for another semester

As in-person events are becoming more frequent, the group is planning for a year full of improv shows and workshops.

Sandy Robbins, producing artistic director of the Resident Ensemble Players and Theatre Department chair, announces retirement from positions

His career at the university was a long one filled with many projects and shows that involved the university and local communities.
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