Michael Majek Najjar directs 2011 fantasy dramatic-comedy play by Qui Nguyen opening Friday. Read more‘D&D and lesbians’: Theatre prepares to thrill audiences with ‘She Kills Monsters’
Members of the organization talk about the projects they have up their sleeves for this year and their excitement to bring back live theatre on campus. Read moreThe Pocket Playhouse returns to the stage
Graduating seniors from the UO Theatre Arts department look back on their experiences during the pandemic, and give advice to current theatre students.
The two virtual plays touch on immigration and family, and what the cast hopes the audience will learn from them. Read more‘Watermelon Kisses’ and ‘Marisol’s Christmas’: Highlighting the Latinx community
Members of the student club talk diversity, inclusion and the fight to have women be seen as “real filmmakers.” Read moreUO Womxn and Film: Battling for better representation
Originally scheduled to be performed last spring, “Midsummer” will premiere virtually. Read moreShakesqueer to premiere “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” after year-long delay
The UO LGBTQA3 Alliance embraced a more digitized world for their annual drag show and proved that despite new challenges, remote events present a totally new realm of creativity.