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Students will bring folk stories and fairy tales to life with upcoming performances.
Students bring a playful attitude to an ancient classic.
Missouri native Lanford Wilson’s play will be performed at the Rhynsburger Theatre from Nov. 14-17 and Nov. 19-21.
MU Theatre wades into world of Cuban playwright Fornés’ imagination.
Provocative musical to debut at Rhynsburger Theatre on Wednesday.
The show’s audience-oriented eleventh installment does not disappoint.
Although it has evolved in more than a decade of shows, the production stays true to its roots.
Students showcase a wide variety of performance techniques during the summer theater course.
Stephens College presents adaptation of Mike Daisey's popular play.
"Nutrition 101" includes an open dialogue between characters and audience members, allowing both groups to discuss issues relating to media portrayal of body image.
Jacob M. Appel’s dark comedy puts the "play" in playful.
Led by the rebellious Snow White, seven sassy princesses seek to redefine storybook endings.
CEC's take on the classic Broadway show gets adorable 4 stars out of 5.
This weekend marks the final performances.
The School of Music is presenting "The Merry Widow."
MU playwright Matt Fotis won the Mark Twain Prize and directs a play in New Play Series.
The annual event gives students experience as writers, actors and directors.
Missoula Children’s Theatre performed “The Wizard of Oz” on Friday at Jesse Auditorium.
The production will continue Thursday through Sunday.
The play is the Theatre Department's newest production.
The Independent Actors Theatre will hold the third annual short Women's Play Festival.
The Columbia Entertainment Company will be performing "Superstar" on Thursdays through Sundays until Feb. 20.
The Maplewood Barn burned down in April 2010, but the group continues to perform as an outdoor theatre troupe.
The Theater Department production will begin its two-week run Thursday.
New professor Kevin Brown presents “Arcadia” on Thursday.
Former CEC actor Eric Seeley makes his directorial debut.
The Troubling Violence Performance Project uses theater to raise awareness of partner abuse.
Professor Heather Carver wrote “Booby Trap” about her personal experience.
The show is put on by The Columbia Entertainment Company.
The Interactive Theatre Troupe coaches students to acceptance.
The Department of Theatre is starting the semester in a hurry.
The Maplewood Barn Community Theatre was destroyed in an April fire.
The festival features five female playwrights.
The play will run Tuesday through Thursday at the Corner Playhouse.
The play runs March 12 and 13 at The Blue Fugue.
Neil Simon's semi-autobiographical tale will be playing at Rhynsburger Theatre.