Theatre

‘The Light in the Piazza’ provides warmth and levity

Cold, wet snow was falling from dark skies over the Eastman Theatre on Friday evening, but the welcoming light inside offered…

ROC Players elevate ‘Spring Awakening’

The May Room in Wilson Commons is an interesting place to stage a musical because it doesn’t seem built for…

Passion stays strong through Africa Week and Afrikanza

Students gushed with enthusiasm at crowded Feldman Ballroom tables last Saturday for Afrikanza, the culminating event of Africa Week, organized…

Todd one acts are bizarre, tragic, and moving

Have you ever seen something and thought, “Who in God’s green earth came up with this?” If you have, then…

‘We Don’t Live On Mars Yet’ is touching, if confusing

“We Don’t Live on Mars Yet,” without any context, would seem like a play about the environment or our society…

‘The Underhill’ is ambitious and fascinating

I’m not sure how to describe “The Underhill” to someone who didn’t go, because it is nearly impossible to explain.…

‘The Vagina Monologues’ is uncomfortable and important

It’s about time someone talked about how hard it really is to find your vagina. I thought I was the…

MBDance intrigues in ‘Dying and Dying and Dying’

This is cliché, but when I went to Spurrier Dance Theater to see “Dying and Dying and Dying: A Meditation…

ROC Players illuminate with ‘Into the Woods’

Reviewing my notes on the performance, one word kept on popping up: impressive.

TOOP mystifies with ‘The Accidental Death of an Anarchist’

The play mainly focuses on the events that follow Pinelli’s “accidental” fall from the fourth floor of a police building.