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‘O War’ takes the stage by storm

The second part of Theatre and Dance Department professor Holly Cate’s adaptation of Shakespeare’s War of the Roses trilogy, O War, was...

A glimpse into The Vagina Monologues

The female body and form has been shaped, created and re-enacted throughout various mediums of art and expression. Whether it be as...

Artist of the week: Hannah Polaski

Hannah Polaski ‘21 discovered her passion for singing classical music three years ago — and she has not looked back since. “I’ve...

I Now Pronounce:

Last Sunday, Muhlenberg Theatre & Dance presented a play reading of I Now Pronounce, written by Tasha Gordon-Solomon and directed by Benjamin...

Artist of the Week presents Thomas Miller

“My personal philosophy is the audience is the most important thing in theater, otherwise you can just watch a movie or read...

Circle in the Water

A young man in a t-shirt and black jeans listlessly taps a soccer ball against a colorful backdrop, his black shoes sharply contrasting the...

Freedom to play: Spotlighting ArtCo

Muhlenberg is well known for its ever-present abundance of student-led creative ensembles. In one weekend, the event-savvy student might attend an a capella concert,...

Little time, big impact: Studio productions bring pressing issues to the...

Three days, four shows and countless emotions flooded the black box theatre for the studio productions this past weekend. Studios are student directed, managed...

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