CU’s Eklund Opera Program and Symphony presented an emotional performance of Tchaikovsky’s ‘Eugene Onegin.’ By Isabella Fincher
CU’s production of “Almost, Maine” offered a charming look at small-town life and love in rural Maine. By Isabella Fincher
By Danielle Meltz: Many students don’t take advantage of opportunities offered at CU.
If you have never experienced a live showing of “The Rocky Horror Picture Show,” here are some tips on how to not completely come across as a newcomer.
Boulder’s Dinner Theater’s performance of Avenue Q lives up to the original Broadway success of the show.
While hilarious, ridiculous and borderline offensive, “The Book of Mormon” also showcases great acting talent and a sincere message.
One weekend full of free shows made by and for students proved to be one heck of a ride.
After a full year of learning and taking direction, theatre students will soon gain license to express their own creativity in the upcoming 2011 CU Fringe Festival.
‘Rent,’ a Broadway musical staged by the CU theatre department Feb. 10-27, 2011.
There’s nothing quite like a bitter bah-humbug to start off the holiday season right.