3 out of 5 stars Theatreworks’ “Aubergine” delights the senses by associating memory with food, but it is difficult to overlook the failure of some performances and questionable character placement.
The Student Literary and Arts Journal “riverrun” has successfully fostered a creative community on campus for the past 50 years by providing a platform for UCCS students to publish their
The Pikes Peak Center is finishing up January by hosting the national touring company of the Broadway musical “Tootsie,” a comedic examination of masculinity and the struggles women face in
Next weekend, the Pikes Peak Center will kick off the new year with lively Broadway classic “Chicago” as the first of several touring shows during the spring. According to the
Students with a taste for the arts will be glad to hear that the Ent Center is hosting a variety of Theatreworks plays this season, in addition to other events
In celebration of artistic achievements this year, the Ent Center will soon transform into a place the community can use to find a home in the arts. UCCS’
UCCS students can soon attend a Theatreworks’ production where 15 quilts made by student volunteers have the potential to start deep conversations and portray emotional concepts. “The Bluest Eye,”
UCCS’ Visual and Performing Arts department is hosting a hilarious show that the audience can enjoy without having to think too deeply about its content. “A Flea in Her
4.5 out of 5 stars Theatreworks’ production of “Elliot: A Soldier’s Fugue,” directed by Julio Agustìn and written by Quiara Alegrìa Hudes, takes a deep look at the intergenerational
Stories are a powerful mode of communication and community. They connect individuals from different backgrounds and invite the audience to share a meaningful experience. At UCCS Theatreworks, stories such as these are shared at their performances.