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 […]
We live in an age where our world is constantly changing. Our technology is advancing at an unprecedented pace. Our societal and cultural mores are evolving, and we are in the middle of a transition of power with our country’s leadership. Although change and evolution are a natural and healthy part of life, it is […]
Starting from nothing and creating an authentic work of art, MSU Denver students produced “Straight from the Sole,” a debut modern dance performance. The performance was created by students in Dance Composition II, along with MSU Denver’s dance production course. From budgeting to costuming and fundraising, the students were in charge. “The student’s literally created […]
Over construction racket and hot dog orders, the words of William Shakespeare rang through the air in the Tivoli Commons. A “spontaneous” staging of “Romeo and Juliet” was brought to campus Oct. 1 by the Denver Project for Humanistic Inquiry, a series rooted in MSU Denver dedicated to bringing unique cultural experiences to Auraria Campus. […]
Greetings Earthlings, Behold! The killing of two birds with one stone! I am overcome with a madness you must surely know about. Life is not fair and fair is not life. Cruel—cruel words. Fair is foul, and foul is fair I’m sure the above quotation is presented all-wrong—but I cannot summon the creature that cares. I’m just […]
[media-credit id=246 align=”alignnone” width=”600″][/media-credit] Benjamin Cowhick (left) abd Matthew Blood-Smyth, listen to Dwayne Carrington, give a monologue during Visionbox’s production of “The Othello Project.” The connection between “Othello” and domestic violence is subtle and deals with societies’ views of gender and roles within them. Domestic violence and gender roles were examined through “The […]
Shakespeare’s own, “The Twelfth Night,” or “What You Will,” may be one of his lesser-known plays, but definitely is one that impressed when Metro theater students brought it to life March 4. The Metro State Studio Theatre was alive and booming with sonnets and Elizabethan dress.