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Student play hits “Home”

February 16, 2017

Julia Snyder Managing Editor A group of students have banded together to put on a production written and directed by Millersville University senior Rasheed Wesley. The play, titled Home, is Wesley’s interpretation of the events . . .

Ren Faire “Tells Tale” of Poe

November 17, 2016

Lexi Ganas Staff Writer   All English majors have heard of Edgar Allen Poe. He’s one of the most famous poets of all time. His poems and short stories are very dark but extremely intriguing. . . .

Fall Broadway season begins in the Big Apple

November 17, 2016

Josh Rittberg Staff Writer The last Broadway season got quite a boost with the musical “Hamilton”. “Hamilton” helped put Broadway back on the map, and now, everyone is looking to see what wonderful productions the . . .

Aurora sleepwalks to Ware Center

November 10, 2016

Josh Rittberg Staff Writer David Gonzalez is a professional storyteller, poet, playwright, magician, musician and public speaker. He worked all of these talents into his rendition of “Sleeping Beauty” at the Ware Center. His take . . .

Rabbit Hole entertains as tragic comedy

February 24, 2016

Spencer Goodrich Staff Writer Down the Rabbit Hole we go. Join Millersville University Theatre for a production with humor, anger, heart, grief and ultimately hope, that is practically guaranteed to make you feel for a . . .

Millersville presents Macbeth

November 24, 2015

Allie Remis Arts & Culture Editor Millersville’s students presented an aggressive and contemporary production of Macbeth last weekend directed by Tony Elliot. There were four performances total in Clair performance hall over the course of . . .

“Despite These Marks” sells out opening night

October 9, 2013

Katie Pryor Assoc. Arts & Culture Editor Anyone can become infected with the sexually transmitted diseases HIV and AIDS. Despite the hardships, pain, stigmas and social backlash that come with the disease, people affected can . . .

Comedy and tragedy "Brilliant Traces" presents the best of theatre

April 30, 2010

“Brilliant Traces” by Cindy Lou Johnson is a story about two people trapped together during a white-out in Alaska. During this white-out, these two people share their stories with one another, stories that have made them who they are. On top of that, a little romance ensues as heated arguments turn into romantic impulsive moments. . . .

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