This year's showcase was based around the theme of the African woman, featuring a play with a female lead character diagnosed with schizophrenia and how her family reacts to her mental illness.
Harvey is an award-winning comedy about a man whose best friend is a large, invisible rabbit.
The wonderful world of Narnia is coming to Arlington.
Theater arts senior Heather Moore has been involved with Theatre Arlington since she was a kid attending the summer camps held at the community theater. Now, she steps in as stage manager in its newest play, Miracle on South Division Street.
The magic of the theater radiates off the stage during “Ah, Wilderness,” the first production of UTA’s Maverick Theatre Company 2012-2013 season. The show opened Friday night.
How do you get college students who’ve never worked together to meet at 9 a.m. Saturday and put on a full musical theater performance for the public less than 36 hours later? Simple. You tell them they’ll be collaborating with acclaimed musical artist Kate Kilbane.
Quick, you have five minutes to disarm a bomb on a quickly diving plane and while speaking you must include at least one word starting with a letter going backward in the alphabet. Go.
In 2008, Doubt: A Parable, a Pulitzer Prize-winning drama from John Patrick Shanley, was adapted into a film starring Meryl Streep and the late Phillip Seymour Hoffman. Preparing for the stage production of the play at Theatre Arlington, the company’s executive director Norman Ussery said th…
Political corruption will be exposed through caricatures and exaggerated costumes Friday evening at the opening of The Government Inspector. Theater students will perform Jeffrey Hatcher’s adaptation of the play, which was originally written by Nikoli Gogol, a Russian dramatist and novelist …
“Drag queen extraordinaire” Kiana Lee is the host of tonight’s LGBTQA Program Drag Show at 7 p.m. in the University Center’s Rio Grande. The Drag Show is part of the Division of Student Affairs LGBTQA program’s Pride Week.
Theatre Arlington has been a mainstay in Arlington’s art culture since 1973, entertaining the community with its witty, poignant and dramatic shows. Its 41st season is no exception.
Senior film major Allison Willoughby said one of the most difficult things about rehearsing a scene for a performance is developing the chemistry between two actors.
If someone entered the Creative Arts Theatre and School today, they might think they had mistakenly stumbled into a sorority house filled with teenagers loudly proclaiming, “Oh my God, oh my God, you guys.”
The UTA MAVPLAYS is running this weekend from 8 to 11:30 p.m. Thursday through Saturday and 2:30 to 5 p.m. Sunday. The production features five one-act plays by students. Here is a quick review of each individual performance to let you know which were the best and worst.
Many of the attending audience members for UTA's MAVPLAYS opening night were other theater students who have come to support their fellow peers in their own productions.