Theatre News

ASU presents an evening of performance art

Featuring performances by art, music, and theatre students, audiences should expect entertainment that is engaging, controversial, whimsical, personal, political, and more Continue Reading…

Theatre presents the iconic coming-of-age story, “The Outsiders”

“I chose this play because it resonates with audiences of all ages, but especially teenagers and young adults” Continue Reading…

Theatrical Haiku opens March 11

“She is what makes me really really funny.” Hernandez returns the compliment, “John has the big ideas and I tweak them.” Continue Reading…

LGBTQ panel to share perspectives

From gay marriage to civil rights, there can be no doubt that change is occurring. Continue Reading…

Hearts, candy, flowers, or bah-humbug - "Ironic Love Affairs" helps set the mood for Valentine's Day

“You see the same problems arise in my scenes set long ago and in Jackie’s more contemporary plays. Some end with perfect love and others you can tell the relationship will be troubled.” Continue Reading…

Hauser relates to one-man show

“It is all just me. I am the center of attention and I love it.” Continue Reading…

Freshmen through alumna involved in Adams State holiday show

“This is my first experience working with the Theatre Department and I am having fun,” Kacia Schmidt said. Continue Reading…

Take time to relax and laugh before the holiday season

“A dark, bittersweet holiday treat – caution: may contain nuts!” Continue Reading…

ASU Theatre presents Subtitles Not Included

The worlds of theatre and film collide hilariously in the comedy “Swedish Movie” by Don Nigro. Continue Reading…

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Kaitlyn-Dawn Perham - 2012 Theatre Alumna

Kaitlyn-Dawn Perham is originally from Greeley, Colorado and now resides in a small town near the capitol city of Ukraine. Continue Reading…

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Julia Propp (Schwarz) - 2004 Theatre Alumna

After graduating from Adams State, Julia earned her M.A. in Theatre Education from Emerson College where her work focused on theatre for social change. Continue Reading…

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Jessica Schneider - 2010 Theatre Alumna

After graduating from Adams State University, Jessica started working at one of the two largest theatres in the Denver area, The Arvada Center for the Arts and Humanities. Continue Reading…

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Travis Goodman - 2004 Theatre Alumnus

Travis is a working actor in Los Angeles where he has made appearances in multiple television shows as well as starred in 12 plays, over 40 short films and one feature film. Continue Reading…

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Zachary Burrell - 2009 Theatre Alumnus

Zachary is currently in Chile working for a company called ARTSPOT based out of Buenos Aires in Argentina Continue Reading…

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Rocco DiSanti - 2005 Theatre Alumnus

Rocco is a projection designer whose work has taken him around the world. Continue Reading…

Improv comedy included during Homecoming Weekend

You know what they say... laughter is the best medicine! Continue Reading…

Adams State Theatre presents “Getting Out”

This powerful drama follows the character Arlene as she is released from prison and seeks to start her life over. Continue Reading…

Scenes from Banned Plays is free event

“I wanted to give my students an opportunity to practice theatre in a different way and to understand that to entertain people means more than making them laugh..." Continue Reading…

Titillating, entertaining, with a touch of stage history

Compleat Female Stage Beauty isn’t a slap-stick, case of mistaken identity and door slamming fun, there is more depth and character development in this witty tale. Continue Reading…

Compleat Female Stage Beauty tickets on sale

Bethany Hernandez, , John Hauser, and David Boncyk rehearse for the upcoming Adams State University comedy Compleat Female Stage Beauty. Continue Reading…

Compleat Female Stage Beauty opens April 19

“In their youth, they had energy as well as foolishness and lacked an understanding of the consequences of their behaviors.” Continue Reading…

"Will Act For Change" joins nationwide theatre project To present landmark marriage equality play

"8" is an unprecedented account of the Federal District Court trial in Perry v. Schwarzenegger (now Hollingsworth v. Perry), the case filed by AFER to overturn Proposition 8, which stripped gay and Continue Reading…

World premiere of “Intimacy Issues” starts March 4

“I wondered what would happen if the only way to interact was through a screen.” Continue Reading…

Zikr Dance Ensemble to perform on Adams State campus

The Zikr Dance Ensemble repertoire springs from Taylor’s life-long fascination with ancient cultures and dance as both powerful ritual and as a transcendent experience. Continue Reading…

HA! Guaranteed to make you laugh

“Bunions, cows, lessons, and laughter, the shows will keep you on your toes.” Continue Reading…

Stage fighting expert helps choreograph Robin Hood

Celebrate the holiday season with Adams State University Theatre Program's action-packed, family friendly "Robin Hood." Continue Reading…

Robin Hood tickets on sale November 16

Robin Hood, directed by Assistant Professor Jenna Neilsen, is the latest production in the theatre program’s annual offering of a family oriented show during the month of December. Continue Reading…

Laugh and scream during Nightmares and Swizzle Sticks

“This is a very chilling play and I want the audience to be scared. It is fun to be scared.” Continue Reading…

Video will highlight new face of poverty

"The Line" documents stories of real people across the country living at or below the poverty line. More than campaign statistics, these are people with goals, children and they work hard. Continue Reading…

Twenty percent is a decent tip, throw your trash away before leaving the hotel room and go see Nickel and Dimed

The Adams State University production has a rocking start; a live band on stage gets your heart thumping and your toes tapping. Continue Reading…