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UNH Theater Puts on “Our Town”

UNH Theater Puts on “Our Town”

Angela Tricarico

November 28, 2016


Filed under Entertainment, Student Life, Theatre

One of the great American plays, Thornton Wilder’s Our Town, opened at the University of New Haven on November 16. The theater program put on the production, directed by a theater professor at the university, Jonathan Yukich. Though the play was written and first produced in 1938, the text...

This Week In Theater

Angela Tricarico

October 13, 2016


Filed under Entertainment, Theatre

There is a new kitty in town. Mamie Parris, formerly of School of Rock The Musical is making her way to another Andrew Lloyd Webber musical: Cats. She is set to begin performances as Grizabella, The Glamour Cat on October 17. Pop star Leona Lewis, Broadway’s current Grizabella, will sing her final “Memory” when s...

This Week in Theater

Angela Tricarico

October 5, 2016


Filed under Entertainment, Theatre

  Broadway Flea Market breaks record! The 30th annual Broadway Flea Market and Grand Auction was held on September 23 in Shubert Alley, 44th and 45th streets in Manhattan’s theater district. The flea market and auction are one of the many events held in the Broadway community each year to raise money ...

Breaking the Internet With Check, Please!?

Angela Tricarico

October 3, 2016


Filed under Entertainment, Theatre

Lately, it’s rare to see both a well thought out plot and an extensive cast of characters to drive and execute the storyline in works of original fiction. Check, Please!, a webcomic on the blogging website Tumblr, has this and so much more. With an already large fandom that seems to be growing daily...

This Week in Theater

This Week in Theater

Angela Tricarico

September 30, 2016


Filed under Entertainment, Theatre

    Allegiance to be shown in movie theaters! The 2016 Broadway musical Allegiance, which closed after only 113 performances, will be shown in movie theaters on December 13. The show, inspired by events in the childhood of George Takei, starred Takei along with Tony award winner Lea ...

What’s on Broadway

Angela Tricarico

September 7, 2016


Filed under Entertainment, Theatre

Once On This Island will return to Broadway! The 1990 Tony award nominee for best musical will be given its first revival, directed by Michael Arden (the Tony award nominated director behind Deaf West Spring Awakening). The story of Once On This Island follows Ti Moune, a young peasant girl who uses l...

They Tell Of Spring Returning

Angela Tricarico

October 28, 2015


Filed under Entertainment, Theatre

The 2015-2016 Broadway season is shaping up to be a good one, and the Tony eligibility window is still wide open. Some shows have yet to premiere, some are in previews, and some have been drawing a lot of attention with the press. But in the revivals category, it seems nothing is more talked about...

Actress Lynn Redgrave Has Died at Age 67

The Associated Press

May 5, 2010


Filed under Entertainment, Global News, Theatre

NEW YORK – Lynn Redgrave, an introspective and independent player in her family's acting dynasty who became a 1960s sensation as the unconventional title character of Georgy Girl and later dramatized her troubled past in such one-woman stage performances as Shakespeare for My Father and Nightingale,...

Students Are Stunning in Dolores

The Charger Bulletin

April 21, 2010


Filed under Campus News and Events, Entertainment, Theatre, University of New Haven

By Molly Seely “Dolores” is the second half of the play Broken Hearts and Busted Jaws by Edward Allen Baker and is currently in production by the Elm City Theatre Company. This two-woman act is simultaneously sad and humorous, as two sisters reminisce about their less than idyllic childhoods,...

Baby With the Bath Water Full of Laughs

Charlie Diguglielmo

April 21, 2010


Filed under Campus News and Events, Entertainment, Theatre

Have you ever thought your parents were bad parents or that your childhood was traumatizing? Have you ever thought that those parents aren’t fit to be parents? Have you ever just thought those types of situations were funny? If so, this past weekend’s performance of Baby with the Bath Water was definitely...

Kennedy Festival Offers Students Opportunity

Sara McGuire

February 17, 2010


Filed under Theatre, University of New Haven

Every year, New Englanders and New Yorkers alike gather at a local university for a celebration. Only a privileged few are invited, but the opportunity to become one of those few is great. This gathering is known as region one’s Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival. This year, the festival...

The Pillowman to Be a Hit

Zack Rosen

November 19, 2009


Filed under Campus News and Events, Theatre

According to UNH Theatre Director Bob Boles, “people will definitely be wanting to see this one.” Need something to do this week? The Theatre department has you covered with their rendition of a dark comedy and murder/mystery. The fall play is beginning on Wednesday, Nov. 18, 2009 in Dodds...

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