Josh RittbergArts and Culture Editor Millersville University has had a longstanding tradition of diversity and inclusion throughout the campus. This mission extends to the theatre department brighter than ever before. Millersville begins its theatre season . . .
Josh Rittberg Arts and Culture Editor The Fulton’s bright production of Mama Mia tells the story of a young twenty-year old named Sophie Sheridan (Katie Bates) who is about to get married to her love, Sky . . .
Josh Rittberg Arts and Culture Editor Next to Normal at The Fulton chronicles the lives of the Goodman’s who may seem like your average American family, but examined much deeper they have complications and hardships that eventually reach . . .
Josh Rittberg Arts and Culture Editor The Fulton’s newest dance spectacular, Sophisticated Ladies, transports its audiences back into the sensual and sensational world of Duke Ellington’s jazz age. The show begins with a magnetic blast of . . .
Sim Shah Associate Features Editor Sex, partying, jealousy, cheating, fights, and drama make for an eventful Freshman year in the film “After,” directed by Jenny Gage. The movie is based on a book series written . . .
Nick Hughes Opinion Editor During Star Wars Celebration Chicago there were three trailers that caught the most attention around the world for Star Wars fans. Those being the “Rise of Skywalker” trailer, the “Clone Wars” . . .
Josh Rittberg Arts and Culture Editor FX’s newest miniseries, “Fosse/Verdon” tells the show-stopping true story of the iconic Broadway couple, Bob Fosse (Sam Rockwell) and Gwen Verdon (Michelle Williams). Together they created some of Broadway’s . . .
Julia Walters Managing Editor “Today is going to be a great day and here’s why.” This is one of the preliminary lines you’ll hear when watching the Broadway musical, ‘Dear Evan Hansen’, and it rings . . .
Josh Rittberg Arts and Culture Editor Tony Elliot began his time at Millersville in 2002. Since then he has directed a multitude of plays and musicals at the university. Some of Tony’s favorite directing projects . . .
Josh Rittberg Arts and Culture Editor Doug Wright’s “I am my own wife” tells the timely and harrowing true story of the Transgender German pioneer, Charlotte von Mahsldorf (Kevin Loreque), who managed to live through . . .