The Charger Bulletin

Preview of Theatre Production The Wolves

Preview of Theatre Production “The Wolves”

Katie Anne Gannon , Contributing Writer November 17, 2019

For thousands of years and in a variety of cultures and traditions, wolves have symbolized loyalty. The University of New Haven’s production of “​The Wolves” captures those values to the core....

Theatre Club Sends a Message With Musical Cabaret

Theatre Club Sends a Message With Musical “Cabaret”

Everett Bishop, Student Life Editor November 21, 2018

After the shooting at the synagogue in Pittsburgh by a neo-Nazi, the University of New Haven theater department saw an opportunity to speak up. Bucknall Theater hosted the opening of the theater department’s...

“Be More Chill” Upgrades

Angela Tricarico , Contributing Writer September 19, 2018

Be More Chill, a musical with music and lyrics by Joe Iconis and a book by Joe Tracz, is transferring to Broadway with opening night set for March 10, 2019 at the Lyceum Theater. The musical is a coming-of-age...

Angels in America: The Great Work Returns

Angels in America: The Great Work Returns

Angela Tricarico, Staff Writer June 12, 2018

There’s a reason why playwright Tony Kushner’s 1993 masterwork Angels In America: A Gay Fantasia on National Themes is known as The Great Work. It’s exactly that: great. All seven and a half...

Two for the Price of One: A Twist of Lemmon

Two for the Price of One: A Twist of Lemmon

Sarah Costello, Contributing Writer September 19, 2017

A memoir can tell about the life of an individual, but might not get the image across clearly. A stage performance can provide incredible flare, but requires a strong base of meaning to make it worthwhile....

UNH PRIDE’s Cabaret 2: Electric Boogaloo

Francesca Fontanez April 6, 2016

“I’m sorry, we’re already at full capacity for the evening.” This phrase and similar were relayed to numerous spectators trying to squeeze into Bucknall Theatre on Thursday, March 31, hoping to...

They Tell Of Spring Returning

Angela Tricarico October 28, 2015

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...

Actress Lynn Redgrave Has Died at Age 67

The Associated Press May 5, 2010

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...

Baby With the Bath Water Full of Laughs

Charlie Diguglielmo April 21, 2010

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...

Movie Theatre Etiquette: A How To

Erin Ennis February 23, 2010

Like Zack, I also went to see Shutter Island this weekend. My boyfriend and I caught an afternoon showing, grabbed our typical snacks (I have an obsession with sour patch kids), and took a seat. The theatre...

Kennedy Festival Offers Students Opportunity

Sara McGuire February 17, 2010

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...

Elm City’s Revives Summer Production for Welcome Week

Sara McGuire September 4, 2008

WEST HAVEN--The first drama production of the semester went off without a hitch last Wednesday, Aug. 27.Elm City Theater Company, a student-run theatrical group on campus, put on an encore presentation...

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