Aptly named, the production not only revealed its strength through the quality of its performances but also through the important issues raised in its skit.
All Student Theatre (AST) hosted its annual spring cabaret, “Gayberet 20Bi-teen,” as a fundraiser for its spring show, “Melancholy Play”.
In addition to showing the stories of Black people through the ages, this year’s production of Black Anthology centered around how people choose what art to create.
Despite the publicity, no one outside of Black Anthology’s executive board knows what the show is about.
Though the production was riddled with complications, including the obvious consequences of Hunt’s injury as well as the often-overpowering screams and cheers of audience members, “Rent: Live” did an excellent job of staying true to its source material while still proving itself relevant today.
The national tour of the Broadway show “Les Miserables,” with stunning direction by Laurence Connor, will be playing at St. Louis’ Fabulous Fox Theatre Dec. 11-16.
Directed by the Performing Arts Department’s artist-in-residence Ron Himes, the play follows protagonist Hiro’s return home to Kentucky to “save” her sister Sophie and stop her wedding—and Wash. U.’s production was phenomenal.
“Kentucky” follows the story of an Asian-American woman, Hiro, living in New York, who travels back to her home state of Kentucky in order to “rescue” her younger sister, Sophie“Kentucky” follows the story of an Asian-American woman, Hiro, living in New York, who travels back to her home state of Kentucky in order to “rescue” her younger sister, Sophie.
The show opens with what seems like a stereotypical college party, but “The Realness” is more enjoyable than any college party.
Every year, The Black Repertory Theatre—The Black Rep, for short—hosts a gala honoring notable black performers, culminating in a performance. This year’s gala took place Saturday, Nov. 3 at the 560 Music Center, featuring a performance of the concert version of “The Gospel at Colonus.”