April 3, 2018 Rachel Librach [email protected] Theatreworks is brining a character that some students might be able to relate to. Theatreworks presents “Peer Gynt,” the first student production
Dec. 7, 2015 Eleanor Sturt [email protected] 3/5 stars THEATREWORKS’ “Born Yesterday” is a thought-provoking comedy, highly sustained by political commentary and interrupted with moments of polite, comedic relief. The show,
Oct. 26, 2015 Eleanor Sturt [email protected] “Ghosts” is a gripping play, as it experiments with familial relations, religious judgment, deathly illnesses and life’s mistakes coming back to haunt.
Oct. 26, 2015 Eleanor Sturt [email protected] I watch monologues on YouTube, memorize them for fun and read Shakespeare plays because they’re entertaining and insightful. Theater is exciting, well at least
Sept. 14, 2015 Taylor Garcia [email protected] Rating: 3.5/5 stars In the British comedy, “Private Lives,” about love and loss, writer Noël Coward takes the audience on a ride reminding married
Sept. 7, 2015 April Wefler [email protected] In the midst of UCCS’ 50th anniversary celebrations, another area on campus is also celebrating an important milestone: Theatreworks turns 40 this year.
April 27, 2015 DeKeveion Glaspie [email protected] Rating: 4.5/5 Stars Theatreworks celebrated the last play of the semester. Written by Pierre Corneille, “The Liar” is set in 1643 France and revolves
March 9, 2015 Eleanor Skelton [email protected] 5/5 stars Step through storybook pages, sit in a fairy tale, listen to the scholar tell how he met the princess, the watchmen and
Sept. 22, 2014 Nick Beadleston [email protected] Lit by a single lamp, a man dressed in coal and sweat-stained turn of the century workwear informed the audience “this is the story
Dec. 7, 2013 Eleanor Skelton [email protected] Star rating: 2.5/5 For senior audiences recalling memories of the 1940s radio station world and live radio audiences, Theatreworks’ “It’s a Wonderful Life” staging