The necessity of Butler facilities for some students and the urge to fight for longevity of use.
The Tony award-winning production “The Mineola Twins” will take place this week in Schrott Center for the Arts.
Kristin and Catalina talk the biggest Butler news, including the theatre department’s final debut show and where things stand with Scotty’s. Plus, Jake recaps the week in Butler athletics.
Senior theatre majors discuss their futures and reflect upon their time in theatre department.
The Butler Theatre Department will debut the play “We Are Still Tornadoes” by Lou Harry on August 29 and 30 in the Eidson-Duckwall Recital Hall.
The classic comedy, involving mistaken identities, bewildered lovers, and magical fairies, will mark the first performance Butler Theatre has done in Clowes Hall in 17 years.
The Threepenny Opera is the first of many musical plays that will be performed as a part of Butler Theatre’s new musical theatre initiative. It will also be the department’s first musical in years.
MALLORY DUNCAN, ASST. ARTS, ETC. EDITOR Four years at Butler University to prepare for life in the real world. Four years to figure out what to do for the rest of your life. Because after graduation, the show must go on. For two Butler alumni, Michael Burke and Georgeanna Smith, their four years at Butler…
In a show’s production, preparation done by actors for their roles tends to glide beneath the radar. When a student is cast for a show at Butler University, that student never knows how dramatically his or her appearance might need to change. The costume shop, for example, may ask cast students to cut, grow out…
The Butler theatre department is taking the theme of revolution to a whole new level this week with the opening of Lunar Revolution 2.0. Over the past few months, the cast and director William Fisher have been collaborating to create this devised piece based on Schoenberg’s 1912 melodrama, Pierrot Lunaire. Although Fisher said a bulk…