Theatre News

An Evening with Edgar Allan Poe will set a Halloween mood

“I connected with the humanity in his work.” Continue Reading…

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Of Words and Walls final events include debate and dialogue

“This is an exciting opportunity for us to come together as a community and talk,” added Taylor. Continue Reading…

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No Asylum documents desperate attempts to escape Nazis

This 2015 film is about the stunning discovery of the lost letters of Anne Frank’s father which reveal an unknown chapter of their family’s life as they try to escape Nazi-occupied Holland. Continue Reading…

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Holocaust survivor will share story on Sept. 25

Steinmetz is considered a “child survivor” of the Holocaust and the last living member of her family to tell their story. Continue Reading…

Tickets for The Diary of Anne Frank go on sale September 11

“When I learned that it was the anniversary of the publication of Anne’s diary, I knew in my mind, heart, and gut it was exactly the right play to stage at this time in our community,” said Taylor. Continue Reading…

Still time to see Good Kids

There are still three public performances of the Adams State University Theatre production. Continue Reading…

Good Kids will spark dialogue on difficult subjects

“Join us to continue the conversation started in the play with members of the cast, the director, and representatives from Counseling Services,” Neilsen said. Continue Reading…

Tickets for Good Kids go on sale April 20

"...It is a quick paced show and speaks to a generation of Snapchat, Instagram, and YouTube users.” Continue Reading…

Will Act for Change presents Breaking the Silence After: The Gun Violence Plays

Since 1970, more Americans have died from guns, including suicide, than died in all the wars in U.S. history dating back to the American Revolution. Continue Reading…

Three Classics opens March 14 at Adams State

“The three one-acts are a combination of comedy and drama,” Maheu said. Continue Reading…

Sorling will join Lost and Found for night of comedy improv

The Adams State Lost and Found comedy improv troupe will join Sorling. Continue Reading…

Romance at the Zoo opens February 7

These shows will have you questioning what life becomes and the workings of any relationship. Continue Reading…

ASU will participate in Ghostlight Project

“January 19th is a moment of gathering within a larger resistance to intolerance at all levels. We aim to create brave spaces that will serve as lights in the coming years..." Continue Reading…

Lost and Found will perform on December 11

Nick Harlan, Izzy Schneider, Trace Gross, and Chelsea Henderson, will be featured in their final performance with The Lost and Found: A Hogwarts Special. Continue Reading…

Tickets still available for You Can’t Take It With You

“It is perfect for this time of year as we celebrate the season by being with our families,” Taylor said. Continue Reading…

Tickets for You Can’t Take It With You go on sale November 18

The comedy’s family-friendly themes, its madcap plotline, and its delightful characters more than make it a perfect choice for the program’s winter production. Continue Reading…

The student becomes the teacher who continues to inspire

“My favorite part of teaching is sharing what I love with future artists and investing in the future I want to have with them,” Garcia said. Continue Reading…

Mind Your Head opens October 11

“Change your fate, defy the expected,” said Gross. Continue Reading…

Theatre Production Moral Compass opens September 13

“It is ridiculous that in this day and age sexual assault and victim shaming are still prominent in today’s society.” Continue Reading…

Newman takes final bow at Adams State

“One of the pluses of my job is seeing these students all day long. I am very fond of them all.” Continue Reading…

Adams State Theatre Department set stage for DiSanti

“I've worked in Hungary, Slovenia, Italy, Scotland, Germany, Russia, Israel and other places I'm sure I am forgetting,” DiSanti said. Continue Reading…

No Holds Barred: An Evening of Performance Art is May 3 and 4

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

Arcadia opens Friday, April 22

Guiding boards through a table saw and actors through final rehearsals – Dr. Paul Newman prepares for his final Adams State University production, Arcadia, to open April 22. Continue Reading…

Tickets for Arcadia go on sale April 11

“Arcadia has it all. I love the language, the densely packed ideas, and, my favorite theme, unrequited love.” Continue Reading…

What We Don’t Know opens March 8

It has been a challenge collaborating, trying to coincide two pieces to fit together. But it has been such a great creative process,” said Byers. Continue Reading…

ASU Theatre Students “Stand Strong” at Theatre Festival

“It was a great honor to be invited along with just nine other schools from the region to perform during the evening of scenes..." Continue Reading…

Come aboard for laughs

“This is not a critical look at life, but a funny look,” Dunlap said. Continue Reading…

Tickets for Snow Queen go on sale November 20

In the story, a little girl, Gerda, sets out on an epic quest to save her best friend, Kai, from the evil Snow Queen. Continue Reading…

ASU Theatre Production “Scream Queens” will get your scare on

“It was a stormy night…just as all good scary stories start. Four people, trapped in an old house full of puppets and toys. It is all fun and games until they find out who is pulling the strings.” Continue Reading…

Adams State represents the rainbow

Adams State University students, faculty, staff and community members gathered for an ice cream social and a group “rainbow” photo in recognition of the Standing Strong Equality Project. Continue Reading…