Theatre

Off Broadway On Campus’ ‘Back in the Game’ sends off their seniors

Off Broadway On Campus (OBOC) had its semesterly show titled “Back In The Game” April 5. While the overarching themes…

One-Act play festival showcases completely student-made productions

After a hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the UR International Theatre Program (URITP) presented its 21st annual One-Act New…

Around the ROC Players “Carousel:” Reframing theater to a new age and stage

As a performance charged in both its energy and musicality, ROC Players’ “Carousel” breaks down and resets expectations for student theater on campus.

CT Views: Todd Theatre’s “Orlando”

“Orlando” may be the second most campy thing to hit campus — falling just short of Sigma Delta Tau’s annual Mr. UofR pageant.

A night at the cinema with “The Barker”

My experience at Dryden Theater was unlike any movie-going experience I have ever had. The music, the film, and the atmosphere: all completely unique.

It’s easy to be abuzz about ROC Players’ “Spelling Bee”

The archetype of “theater kid” is one that’s hard to shake the negative connotation off of. It’s easy to be…

“The African Company” plays to the beat of its own drum

“The African Company” is a labor of passion for its material and commitment to its cause, and the hard work of its cast and crew pays off.

If music be the food of love, play on, Players

Every comedic moment was excellently played from beginning to end, breathing new life into the bawdy jokes and double entendres of the original text.

‘The Crucible’ is a theatrical romp

There is blood, dirt and grime, and behind the scenes, there is blood, sweat and tears poured into this production that you can feel palpably on stage.

‘Lear on the 2nd Floor’ was as unstable as its protagonist

I can’t necessarily say I enjoyed ‘Lear on the 2nd Floor,’ but I’m glad I went, if only to enjoy talented performers and get my mind absolutely unraveled.