The Women of “The Tempest” Steal the Show

The Women of “The Tempest” Steal the Show

Robert Bouffard Student Writer A Shakespeare original comes to life in the Department of Theatre’s The Tempest. The exciting plot and meaningful themes will make it worth your money, but the strong female leads will make worth your attention. Plot Prospera, a...
Summer Spotlight: Sara Parrish

Summer Spotlight: Sara Parrish

by Kelly Webber, Summer Director Whether it’s in a musical, Acclamation concert, or GiViM performance, Junior Dance Major Sara Parrish brings all her energy and passion to the stage at Messiah College. This summer, Sara is choreographing for LeRoux Dance...
Is He Dead? Keeps Twain Fresh In the Twenty-First Century

Is He Dead? Keeps Twain Fresh In the Twenty-First Century

Matt Dekonty Student Writer Opinion What’s It About? The plot of Is He Dead? centers around a painter in need of some fast cash who realizes his artworks would fetch a higher price if he was deceased. His acquaintances proceed to force him into a scheme where he fakes...
The Department of Theatre and Dance Presents “The Boy Friend”

The Department of Theatre and Dance Presents “The Boy Friend”

Zoë Lehmann Student Writer The Boy Friend play opened on Thursday and ran this past weekend in Miller Theatre. The show immediately draws the audience into the Jazz Age with flapper dresses and a live band introducing each scene. The Boy Friend consists of all sorts...
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