The strength of its characters and comedy made the show a truly enjoyable experience.
The Student Life arts and entertainment editors explain how they are covering the return to in-person events this semester.
Doing a play over Zoom is absurd. “The Brothers Grimm Spectaculathon” used that absurdity to further the laughs.
Their Fall 2020 Showcase was a success, showcasing student talent and fortitude when performances are few and far between.
Washington University’s campus closure caused the premature cancellation of four student-run theater performances.
Cast N’ Crew, one of Washington University’s student theatre groups, performed their fall musical, “All Shook Up,” on Nov. 8, 9 and 10. Directed by senior Drama major Abigail Rosen, the jukebox musical tells the story of a small town longing for love, with the help of groovy music by Elvis Presley.
Student theater organization will Cast N’ Crew present “All Shook Up” this weekend in the Village Black Box Theatre, from Friday, Nov. 8 through Sunday, Nov. 10. “All Shook Up,” which debuted in 2004, is a classic jukebox musical, constructed entirely from classic Elvis Presley tunes.
Cast N’ Crew performed their final show of the semester, “Unnecessary Farce,” this weekend, April 4-7. The show ran with five performances from Thursday to Sunday, and I was lucky enough to attend Thursday night’s show.
Cast N Crew will open a new show this weekend, “Unnecessary Farce,” which will run five performances from Thursday, April 4 to Sunday, April 7.
The student theater group Cast N’ Crew will be presenting “The Drowsy Chaperone” this weekend in the Village Black Box Theatre, starting Nov. 2. “Drowsy” parodies 1920s American musical comedy through witty, fourth-wall-breaking narration by “Man in Chair” and humorous musical numbers.
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