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This group of performers takes over a space and makes it their own.

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With an artful blend of music, choreography and plot, West Side Story strikes every audience’s heart.

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This production of Shakespeare’s comedy made you want to join the festivities onstage.

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An inspiring and heart-wrenching play, MU’s production of “The Vagina Monologues” promises to make you uncomfortable, but, more importantly, to make you think.

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The rock opera-turned-musical stopped in Columbia for a night of entertainment. “American Idiot” also commented on life post-9/11, Green Day style.

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Inspecting Carol Recap

December 7, 2013 1:03 am by

The cast of Inspecting Carol brings Charles Dickens’ famous A Christmas Carol to the next level in this Christmas and mistaken identity play-within-a-play comedy.

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A few of the True/False films have been released in box offices around the country and will come to Ragtag Cinema.

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Tony Kushner to come to MU

April 23, 2013 10:08 pm by

Famous playwright and screenwriter, Tony Kushner, is to come to MU’s Rhynsburger Theatre. This event precedes the MU production of his famous play, Angels in America.

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Maybe it’s because it’s so early in the morning, or it could be because of the film it’s paired with. Whatever the reason for the monicker, the Weird Wake Up at Odd Fellows Lodge was a delicious way to start the last day of True/False.

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A New York-based director drew on personal experience with islands and storms for an upcoming Shakespeare production at Stephens College.

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The play deals with the bombing of a flight in Scotland in 1988. And author Helen Engelhardt, who was widowed by the tragedy, offers a free reading and book signing before the performances begin this weekend.

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With Labor Day and the first Mizzou football weekend approaching, here are three activities, such as an art exhibit, musical and theater show to look forward to this weekend.

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Buddy comes to Arrow Rock

August 24, 2012 6:15 pm by

“The Day the Music Died” the world lost a rock ‘n’ roll pioneer, but Buddy Holly’s legacy and music live on. With a small jaunt down I-70, you can take a trip back in time to relive Buddy’s revolutionary career.

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A criticism crash course

July 12, 2012 8:38 am by

You know you liked it (or didn’t) but you just don’t know why. Here’s a guide to the critical eye to help you figure out what makes you tick.

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Weekend theater preview

July 5, 2012 11:08 am by

There’s a lot going on this weekend in Columbia’s theater world — take a look.

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The Missouri Theatre announced another year of exciting performances. Put these on calendar — you won’t want to miss out.

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I can’t promise that after you read this guide you will never commit a theater faux pas (people are always finding few ways to surprise me), but it explains the deeper ideas behind the rules we all know.

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“Stomp” is bringing its performance of city sounds to Columbia. With over 5,000 performances since 1991, Stomp is one of the world’s longest running theater productions.

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Sick of Scrooge? Not feeling the Nutcracker? Grown weary of the Grinch? If the theatrical holiday staples are losing their hold on you, it’s time to find a new story. And the drama department at nearby Central Methodist University has just the thing.

Starting this Thursday and running through Sunday, CMU’s The Little [...]

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Video: A Rocky Horror Recap

November 2, 2011 8:45 am by

“I’m just lookin’ to have a good time with some fellow crazies,” Charles Mullen, a Rocky Horror Show “virgin” said at the 30th screening of the beloved Halloween show at The Blue Note on Monday night. Mullen and participants like him dressed in character costumes for the annual event, where the audience was encouraged to [...]

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