As a former goal defence, Play On was everything. It reflects the realness of finding friends, love and jealousy amongst one another, and the familial bond that is created.
Browsing: Student Theatre
All-in-all, this engaging production is a great opportunity for those lacking familiarity with the Orwellian world, as well as the 1984 scholars, connoisseurs, and fans alike.
Walking into Nowhere Fast —with its tagline: “The insecure alpha male. The hysterical office slut. The unhinged incel. The cool girl” — you know you are about to witness a hectic dynamic.
While there are moments where Machinal is just as hilarious as it is panic inducing, this SUDS production will get beneath your skin.
Don’t go into The Lamentable Tragedy of Titus Andronicus expecting a peaceful or palatable experience — the source material makes that unthinkable. But if you want to watch student performers tackle an undeniably challenging and confronting play with aplomb, you’d be well-advised to buy a ticket.
SAMO is DEAD in the water
Supported by the USU Bright Ideas program, Venus in Fur is a bold independent theatre experience
PoC Revue V is an easy sell in the end
Annie Baker’s absurd, character-driven drama in the bowls of the Cellar Theatre.
A challenging production whose most tender moments were its most standout