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.
It’s easy to get caught up in the hype when something is talked about with praise and anticipation: “Star Wars I-III,” iPhone 7, “Pirates of the Caribbean” sequels, Google +, Dec. 21, 2012; the list can go on.
In October 1998, University of Wyoming student Matthew Shepard was robbed, tied to a fence, brutally beaten and left for dead. Shepard was openly gay, and his murder garnered attention that paved the way for hate crime legislation to include LGBTQ individuals.
Queen Victoria reigns again in the new PBS Masterpiece Theatre series “Victoria.”
Accusations will fly at Second Studio’s production of “The Crucible” tonight at 10 p.m. and Dec. 3 and 5 at 7:30 p.m. in the SUU Auditorium Blackbox Theatre.
The Department of Political Science and Criminal Justice sponsored a production of David Mamet’s “Oleanna” Thursday night in the Sharwan Smith Center’s Little Theater, 161D.
The fictional town of Gilead, Wisconsin, has made its way to the Randall L. Jones Theatre in the SUU production of “The Spitfire Grill.”
SUU’s College of Performing and Visual Arts’ production of “The Spitfire Grill” opens Nov. 4 at 7:30 p.m. in the Randall L. Jones Theatre.
A group of senior Bachelor of Fine Arts students performed a condensed version of “Macbeth” at their Shuffled Shakespeare fundraising event Sunday night in the Black Box Theatre.
November is National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo), and to encourage creative writing, participants work toward the goal of writing a 50,000-word novel over the course of the month.
SUU’s independent theatre group, Second Studio, hosted SUU Live last Saturday night in the Thorley Recital Hall.
SUU, KUED and the Utah Shakespeare Festival teamed up on Oct. 20 to give students and the public a prescreening of “Hamilton’s America” in the Sterling Church Auditorium.
The second annual Statera Conference was held at the Denver Center for the Performing Arts in Denver this past weekend.
The 40th annual Shakespeare Competition, hosted by the Utah Shakespeare Festival and Southern Utah University, broke records as the largest scholastic Shakespeare competition in the country with more than 3,000 students from 106 schools in six states coming to Cedar City to compete.
Utah Shakespeare Festival (USF) actor Ben Abbott presented “The BYU/Berkeley Plot,” a conspiracy theory of collegiate proportions, to theatergoers last Friday night in the Eileen and Allen Anes Studio Theatre.