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Theater Corner: Brides of the water emerge in Arvada

Theater Corner: Brides of the water emerge in Arvada

The sound of dripping water, a cold lifeless clawfoot bath tub and three worn out wedding dresses lay silent on stage. These eerie, unsettling sights are what audiences are first introduced to at “The Drowning Girls” now playing at the Arvada Center for the Arts and Humanities. “The Drowning Girls” follows the story of the […]

Theater Corner: Meet the cast, ‘The American Clock’

Theater Corner: Meet the cast, ‘The American Clock’

All professionals must get their start somewhere, whether from observation, getting their hands dirty or in this case taking classes. For MSU Denver students William Hunter and Miranda Ireland, that start is right here in the MSU Denver Theatre Department. Hunter is a theater major with an English minor. He hones in on his acting […]

“Disenchanted” Princesses in Boulder

It is amazing how art is able to take something traditional, like a Disney princess, open it up, look inside, expose its insecurities and create something out of it that is breathtaking . “DISENCHANTED!” at the BDT Stage does just that.   “DISENCHANTED!” features the grown up versions of Snow White, Sleeping Beauty, Cinderella and […]

Student journalists receive mark of excellence

Student journalists receive mark of excellence

Hard work and dedication are the main reasons why the Region 9 Mark of Excellence Conference in Salt Lake City greeted the students of MSU Denver with just desserts of 20 awards: eight winners and 12 other finalists. Metrosphere took the award for best student magazine. Metrosphere photographer Brandon Sanchez won the award for best […]

The Office: Student Internship Profiles

The Office: Student Internship Profiles

Whether they are in the field of design, energy, global mapping, or engineering, these four employers share an eye for dedicated student interns and spot on insight into what will shape extraordinary employees following graduation. Their mission: develop practical and sophisticated skills through applied learning.  Blake Street Glass Studio   Kit Karbler and David Greenstein […]

Fishnets are the New Black

Fishnets are the New Black

Fishnet tights have long been regarded as only for the sexy, only for those women who represent the unattainable ideal of the moment. Take flappers in the 1920s who wore fishnets on stage. Look at pin-up girls in the 1950s, like Marilyn Monroe and Bettie Page, who relied on fishnets for nearly every shoot. In […]

Theater Corner: Jesus in Arvada

Theater Corner: Jesus in Arvada

Sometimes you just need to return to a classic to truly appreciate the art of theater. The Arvada Center for the Arts and Humanities latest production of “Jesus Christ Superstar” certainly lets audiences appreciate theater in full force. This timeless show that opened more than 40 years ago in 1971 on Broadway has gone on […]

“42nd Street” at the Candlelight

The classic Broadway show 42nd Street is now at the Candlelight Dinner Playhouse. Avery Anderson got a chance to chat with the shows director and choreographer. Avery also got a chance to get a tap dance lesson from the show. “42nd Street” is now playing through June 4th. For tickets visit Candlelight Dinner Playhouse

Wildflowers rock the basement of the Tivoli

Wildflowers rock the basement of the Tivoli

Photos by Mikala Redel • mredel@msudenver.edu Take the long hallway toward the Tivoli brewery and follow the half-hidden staircase to the right. Walk down one flight of stairs, past the door to the billiards room, down another flight of stairs and you’ll find a brightly decorated sign that reads, “DIME DENVER.” This basement studio is […]

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