Thyrsus is embracing the experimental aspect of their identity and using it to create theatre through different mediums and to view theatre through a different lens.
Despite the closure of campus, the A. E. Hotchner Playwriting Competition & Festival will continue.
“Men on Boats” doesn’t have men or boats, but have dynamic characters and clever set design.
Sept. 4 marked the opening of the Black Rep’s 43rd season with “Don’t Bother Me, I Can’t Cope,” a musical revue by Micki Grant. With very little dialogue between songs, “Don’t Bother Me, I Can’t Cope” provides a social commentary that is still relevant in 2019 despite a publication date in the early 1970.
“Shrek the Musical” wanted laughs, and it got them.
“Milk Like Sugar” centers around a pregnancy pact between the three main characters, 16-year-old girls and best friends Annie, T and Margie.
This weekend, Washington University’s Performing Arts Department (PAD) will open “Angels in America, Part One: Millennium Approaches.”
As today’s society strives for equality, “[Blank] Monologues” gives a platform for college students to educate their peers and break down taboo surrounding genitalia and sexuality.
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.
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