By HANNAH GALEONE
As the community at the University of Mary Washington expands and grows, so will the campus and University facilities.
By HARRY FISHER
Few plays are willing to tackle as much emotional subject matter as “The Amish Project.”
By JOSEPH GARAY
The University of Mary Washington’s Klein Theatre kicked off their fall season on Sept. 24, with their rendition of Michael Frayn’s 1982 comedy “Noises Off.”
Madness rose like fog from the cracks of the stage in the University of Mary Washington’s presentation of William Shakespeare’s dark comedy, “The Tempest,” the final production of the 2012-2013 season that opened on April 11.
By KRYSTA GUINEY-OLSEN
The Mary Washington department of theatre and dance has begun its latest production. “Rent,” a Broadway musical that mesmerized millions of New Yorkers, found its way to Mary Washington last Thursday in the Klein Theatre.
People can …
By KAYLNA JOWYK
For the few extremely talented individuals in the UMW Department of Theatre and Dance who have yet to grasp an opportunity to shine on Klein stage, senior project season is the most wonderful time of year.
by ERIN DWYER
William Shakespeare’s “Romeo and Juliet” opened in the Klein Theatre last weekend, providing a pleasurable and impressive performance of the play for the campus and community. Playing through April 18, students and the community should seize …
Next week marks the return of the UMW Theatre department to Klein Auditorium. The department will be christening the renovated theatre with a large performance of William Shakespeare’s “Romeo and Juliet.” The play will run for three weeks, with a …
by Rebecca Poole
Audiences received a “very warm Maine welcome” from Studio 115’s production of “Almost, Maine” on Valentine’s weekend. “Almost, Maine” portrays the cringe-worthy and awkward moments in romantic relationships.
Studio 115 was a perfect and intimate setting with …
By ANNE ELDER
Motivated by poor attendance in the first two master classes, students on the theater department mailing list received an e-mail last Wednesday announcing the cancellation of the remaining eight classes.
When asked about the cancellation, theater publicity …
A Klein Theatre production, set in a time far from the minds of our contemporary students offers an intriguing story about love, money, and the ways of the world. “The Heiress” by Ruth and Augustus Goetz, based on …
By STEPHANIE BREIJO
UMW Junior Paul Morris checks his Facebook every day for death threats. His most recent onslaught, he says, comes from religious groups hell-bent on shutting down the college’s disturbing and controversial student play, “Fall.”
Addressing the existence …
By BECKY LITTLE
Beginning in May of this year and lasting through December 2009, Klein Theatre will be closed due to renovations. As a result, next semester’s theatre productions will be held in Studio 115, the school’s black-box theatre space.
By RYAN MARR
The UMW theatre department is blurring the line between faculty and student in their currently running production of the canonically American play, Thornton Wilder’s “Our Town.” Director Gregg Stull offered the leading role of “Stage Manager” to …
By LINDSAY GLOTZER
The University of Mary Washington Theater and Dance department opened their first production of the year with “Elegies, a song cycle” by William Finn. It is a 2-week long show from Sept. 25-Oct. 5, performed in the …
ANNIE KINNIBURGH First semester at college is difficult for many freshmen. But McLane Heckman had help with the transition: he was cast in the UMW fall production of the musical “A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum.” …