It’s brash, it’s bold — and it’s bound to exhaust you if you aren’t primed for the hyperactive farce that publicly boasts a production with over 250 stage entrances and exits.
Vampires are now the reanimated byproducts of Hollywood franchises.
The tale of these two star-crossed lovers is so globally well-known, expectations run high and are rarely matched as professional productions tend to slip into the mediocrity of a high school production.
From start to finish and in every detail, The Rogue Theatre’s original production of “The Lady in the Looking Glass: A Concert of Seven Stories by Virginia Woolf” exemplifies the cohesion and fluidity essential in ensemble theatre. read more
A handful of the UA’s best disc jockeys and electronic dance music producers competed Thursday at the Rialto Theatre in the Campus DJ competition. read more
A story of family hardships, gang violence and racial issues, “blu,” a play written by Virginia Grise, is opening Thursday as part of the School of Theatre, Film and Television’s Studio Series. read more
If “Mindy Anna Jones and the Lost Ark of Time” is to be remembered for one accomplishment, it would be for transforming Lionel Richie’s “Endless Love” into a humorous, adorable cover. read more