Dr. William Horner: “If you’re faced with two guys and you portray one as a little bit disingenuous, maybe willing to say anything to get elected, and the other one as a fool, it’s clear who they think would be a better president.”
Romeo & Juliet first show performed at Missouri Theatre, showcasing diverse cast and unique interpretation
MU Theatre’s next production is the rock musical Hedwig and the Angry Itch.
“The theater department has been around for almost a hundred years, and this is the first time ever that we’ve done a play in the Missouri Theatre,” Director Kevin Brown said.
“I think (the audience) hopefully will come in with a sense of adventure,” Winship says.
The donation is the largest ever made by a College of Arts and Science faculty.
Director Cheryl Black said her love of Zimmerman’s work inspired her to bring the play to the Corner Playhouse.
Since his return to MU, Aaron Scully has made a name for himself with his award-winning original play, “Sleeping With Hitler.”
The absurdist play has a cast of four, with three characters being immobile.
With only two actors, the theatre department’s latest play promises to hit heavy subjects and leave audience thinking.
The musical follows two brothers throughout the early and mid-1900s as they strive for the American dream.
The 12th annual Life and Literature Performance Series will take place at the Corner Play House Sept. 17-21.
Mistaken identity, fictional characters coming to life and one-day rehearsals promise laughs for the Summer Repertory Theatre season.
“Moonchildren” reveals the director’s own experiences during a time of war.
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.