By Regina Anderson | Nov. 4, 2015
Keaton Kruser and Emmanuel Llorente portray Hedwig in the first musical of the year.
By Micki Wagner | June 2, 2015
Take a closer look at three of Columbia’s local theater venues.
By Renee Schilb | May 6, 2014
Stephens College’s Summer Theatre Institute to showcase BFA students’ talent
By Maddie Magruder | April 29, 2014
Stephens College presents musical honoring notable women throughout history
By Patrick McKenna | April 22, 2014
“Moonchildren” reveals the director’s own experiences during a time of war.
By Katie Connor | March 18, 2014
Students will bring folk stories and fairy tales to life with upcoming performances.
By Meghan LeVota | Feb. 25, 2014
Students bring a playful attitude to an ancient classic.
By Alex Leininger | Nov. 15, 2013
Missouri native Lanford Wilson’s play will be performed at the Rhynsburger Theatre from Nov. 14-17 and Nov. 19-21.
By Shannon Murff | Oct. 22, 2013
MU Theatre wades into world of Cuban playwright Fornés’ imagination.
By Brendan Solis | Oct. 8, 2013
Provocative musical to debut at Rhynsburger Theatre on Wednesday.
By Marek Makowski | Sept. 15, 2013
The show’s audience-oriented eleventh installment does not disappoint.
By Marek Makowski | Sept. 10, 2013
Although it has evolved in more than a decade of shows, the production stays true to its roots.
By Cait Campbell | May 23, 2013
Students showcase a wide variety of performance techniques during the summer theater course.
By Jonathan Blazejewski | Feb. 21, 2013
Stephens College presents adaptation of Mike Daisey's popular play.
MU Interactive Theatre Troupe brings topics of health and body image to stage in interactive performance
By Tracy Cook | Jan. 1, 2013
"Nutrition 101" includes an open dialogue between characters and audience members, allowing both groups to discuss issues relating to media portrayal of body image.
By Madison Feller | Nov. 8, 2012
Jacob M. Appel’s dark comedy puts the "play" in playful.
By Haris Fazlic | Sept. 28, 2012
Led by the rebellious Snow White, seven sassy princesses seek to redefine storybook endings.
By Lauren Rutherford | Sept. 13, 2012
CEC's take on the classic Broadway show gets adorable 4 stars out of 5.
By Alfie Cox | April 26, 2011
This weekend marks the final performances.
By Dani Kass | April 12, 2011
The School of Music is presenting "The Merry Widow."
By Joel Samson Berntsen | April 5, 2011
MU playwright Matt Fotis won the Mark Twain Prize and directs a play in New Play Series.
By Teresa Klassen | April 5, 2011
The annual event gives students experience as writers, actors and directors.
By Alfie Cox | March 15, 2011
Missoula Children’s Theatre performed “The Wizard of Oz” on Friday at Jesse Auditorium.
By Liz Stratman | March 11, 2011
The production will continue Thursday through Sunday.
By Robert Langellier | March 1, 2011
The play is the Theatre Department's newest production.
By Teresa Klassen | Feb. 15, 2011
The Independent Actors Theatre will hold the third annual short Women's Play Festival.
By Susan Costa | Feb. 11, 2011
The Columbia Entertainment Company will be performing "Superstar" on Thursdays through Sundays until Feb. 20.
By Robert Langellier | Feb. 4, 2011
The Maplewood Barn burned down in April 2010, but the group continues to perform as an outdoor theatre troupe.
By Kari Paul | Feb. 1, 2011
The Theater Department production will begin its two-week run Thursday.
By Erin Harris | Nov. 12, 2010
5th Wall Productions wants you to be part of its shows.
By David Adams | Nov. 9, 2010
New professor Kevin Brown presents “Arcadia” on Thursday.
Arts & Entertainment: ‘Art of Murder’ — 4 out of 5 stars
Posted to Arts & Entertainment by Allison Pohle on Nov. 7, 2010 at 5:34 p.m.
Monsters are often menacing figures that hide under children’s beds, but as character Annie Brooks says in the play “Art of Murder," “there’s a monster in all of us.” This monstrous theme holds true throughout the entirety of the murder mystery production, which is now playing at the ...
By Allison Pohle | Nov. 5, 2010
Former CEC actor Eric Seeley makes his directorial debut.
Arts & Entertainment: REVIEW: Spring Awakening blows audience away
Posted to Arts & Entertainment by Lauren Hill on Oct. 27, 2010 at 6:40 p.m.
Anxious crowds of people filled the hall of Jesse Auditorium, from teenagers dolled-up in skinny jeans and short skirts to adults dressed professionally in blazers and cashmere. This is all hype for one of the most talked-about musicals of its time, and rightfully so. In short, “Spring Awakening” is a ...
By Kristyl Hawkins | Oct. 19, 2010
The Troubling Violence Performance Project uses theater to raise awareness of partner abuse.
By Allison Pohle | Sept. 24, 2010
The play opens Friday.
By Abbey Sussell | Sept. 21, 2010
Professor Heather Carver wrote “Booby Trap” about her personal experience.
By Kyle Cardine | Sept. 18, 2010
The show is put on by The Columbia Entertainment Company.
By Stephanie Ebbs | Sept. 14, 2010
The Interactive Theatre Troupe coaches students to acceptance.
By Stephanie Ebbs | Sept. 12, 2010
The Department of Theatre is starting the semester in a hurry.
By Jade Earle | Sept. 3, 2010
The Maplewood Barn Community Theatre was destroyed in an April fire.
By Emily Willroth | April 30, 2010
The festival features five female playwrights.
By Robert Swain | March 23, 2010
The play will run Tuesday through Thursday at the Corner Playhouse.
By Katie Prince | March 12, 2010
The play runs March 12 and 13 at The Blue Fugue.
By Lauryn Stallings | Feb. 23, 2010
Neil Simon's semi-autobiographical tale will be playing at Rhynsburger Theatre.