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The Anderson Center’s curtain, lifted

By Jonathan Ortiz -

Most may argue the best seats in the house are located in the first two rows of the theater, however Casey Korchynsky, the Anderson Center’s house operations director, says otherwise.

Art imitates life in ‘A Chorus Line’

By Katie Shafsky -

“A Chorus Line” takes place during an audition, with each cast member playing a dancer who hopes to land a role in the chorus of a show. Elizabeth Mozer, an assistant professor of theater and the director of the show,...

Take the bait and enter the ‘Mousetrap’

By Rich Kersting -

The performers do a great job at keeping the ending a secret, which is probably the most important part of this kind of play. The play is famous for its twist ending and, while it takes some time to get...

It’s astounding, time is fleeting

By Jami Ganz -

Rotating between actors, the cast continually engaged with the audience by running around and through the aisles, simulating Dr. Frank N. Furter’s numerous trysts through a sheet and helping the audience to dance “The Time Warp.”

Bing alum gives hope to theater majors

By Samuel Titus -

Hurd has a strong connection to the school and wanted to reach out to students to provide some insider knowledge. Joined by Jennifer Sanchez, an actress and an understudy for several roles in “Turn Off The Dark,” the two hosted...

‘Almost, Maine’ is entirely worth watching

By Joseph Barberio -

Because of the nature of the play, many of the actors had to perform several characters across different scenes. According to cast member Sydney Fusto, a senior majoring in history, this proved to be difficult, but was ultimately a rewarding...

‘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...