Taylor Cole Arts & Culture Editor Looking for an opportunity to join an amazing organization that can offer the opportunity to unleash your creative, theatrical, or musical self out into the world? Look no further! . . .
Phil J. Romansky, Jr. Staff Writer Nine handsome gentleman painstakingly pleased a packed audience Thursday night, in the hopes of taking home the title of “Mr. Millersville.” The word ‘competitive’ doesn’t come close to describing . . .
Katie Pryor Arts & Culture Editor Night-blooming cereus, or as they’re often called “midnight flowers,” refer to flowering cacti that only bloom at night. While they only bloom one night a year and only live . . .
Katie Pryor Arts & Culture Editor With the fall season starting and in the midst of allocations and budget cuts, Dr. Tony Elliot, Communications professor and Director of Dramatics at Millersville University, declares, “The show . . .
Katie Pryor Arts & Culture Editor The word “sordid”, as defined by the dictionary, means: “(adj) filthy or dirty; wretched; morally degraded.” In association with Silencing the Hate Week, the Citamard Players presented “Sordid Lives” . . .
Molly Carl Assist. Arts & Culture Editor “The Vagina Monologues” are simultaneously exactly what they sound like, and yet nothing like one might expect. Presented by Citamard and CSIL, and directed by Nicole Weerbrouck, this . . .
Katie Pryor Assoc. Arts & Culture Editor For their fall 2013 season, Millersville’s comedy group Citamard opens their semester with “Hard Candy,” a fast-paced comedy about extreme lengths job applicants will go to climb the . . .
Katie Pryor Staff Writer With Halloween just around the corner, Citamard Players brings W.S. Gilbert’s short play of horror, comedy and romance to life in “Ages Ago.” Directed by Josh Dorsheimer, this was a show . . .