Theater

‘Blood Brothers’ separated at birth and reunited in song

By Rich Kersting -

While largely unknown in America, Willy Russell’s cult classic musical “Blood Brothers” is one of the most successful musical productions in the history of London’s West End. Now, the play comes to the Hinman Production Company stage. “Blood Brothers” is...

‘Anne Boleyn’ tells an old story in new words

By Anna Szilagyi -

Ghosts, drama, sex and comedy illuminated Watters Theater on Friday, during the opening night of “Anne Boleyn.” Set in the court of Henry VIII in England, the play centers on the controversial queen and takes a modern approach to an...

A night of glamour, glitz and candy at RPU drag show

By Rich Kersting -

RPU contributed $1 from every ticket sold to the Southern Tier AIDS Program, raising over $200. The attendance of this year’s show was higher than any show of which RPU has a record.

7 deadly sins, 1 incredible show

By Rich Kersting -

The performance featured a combination of unique dance styles, including modern, lyrical and hip-hop.

Remembering Philip Seymour Hoffman, a master

By Jacob Shamsian -

Hoffman, however, manages to make Cotard a character who will endure in our minds long after watching the film instead of someone who gets lost in the movie’s complicated structure.