For most students, graduation means finding a job and taking on the world.
SUU’s College of Performing and Visual Arts and Second Studio present “Tribes” by Nina Raine, a comical play based on the lives of a Jewish family in Great Britain struggling to get along, and a son who is slowly learning about the culture surrounding his deafness.
SUU’s music department hosted a free adjunct faculty recital titled “Abendmusik” Tuesday night in the Thorley Recital Hall.
The performance is underway. The actors give their lines, but the stage is silent.
Local musicians gathered on stage as the Orchestra of Southern Utah performed “Creative Legacy,” the latest concert from the local symphony.
Here’s a quick question: how many movies can have a creepy little girl with long black hair covering her face? If you answered, “too many to count,” you would be correct.
Theatre students threw sugar and danced their way to the top at the lip sync battle on Saturday.
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