CU’s Eklund Opera Program’s emotional performance of “The Turn of the Screw” is like living a nightmare. By Isabella Fincher
Lakewood’s Benchmark Theatre unsettled audiences with a modern adaptation of George Orwell’s classic, ‘1984.’ By Kaylyn Buehler
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.