Tag Archive | "Theatre"

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This Isn’t Your Parent’s Gospel Story

Posted on 16 May 2016 by

Music filled the Performing  Arts Center while the audience sat on both sides of a set that resembled both a courtroom and a “dream.” Before the performance of the HCC student production of Stephen Adly Guirgis’s The Last Days of Judas Iscariot no one in the audience seemed to know what to expect. The fate […] Continue Reading…

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A Show Worth Seeing

Posted on 05 April 2016 by

The Performing Arts Club showcases the talent of Housatonic students in shows every month and it is something worth checking out. The most recent show took place on March 8, with the next happening on April 12. Aspiring actors, students just having a good time, and even writers all come together to make these shows […] Continue Reading…

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The Revolution Will Be Staged

Posted on 20 October 2015 by

“I want what we are doing to be a catalyst for change,” explains Jeorge Watson. co-founder of The Black Revolutionary Theater Workshop.  He then turns to his female friend and asks if she is okay with him continuing the interview. “I want people to look at the situation differently,” Watson adds, then quotes James Baldwin, […] Continue Reading…

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Posted on 02 October 2015 by

The turkey was in the oven; skies were overcast, and the streets were eerily ominous on this Thanksgiving Day. Thunder was trapped inside the confines of the small dwelling, and the clanging of silverware hitting the floor made it a unique storm that would last until the end of time. Shots rang out and his […] Continue Reading…

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Humans of Housatonic #3: “The Greatest Achievement in My Life”

Posted on 04 May 2015 by

“Doing what I love instead of something I was forced into was the greatest achievement in my life. I love acting and people tried to convince me to do otherwise. I’m proud that I am doing what I love because not many people can say that!” –Alondra Medina, majoring in Theatre. More Humans of Housatonic here.  […] Continue Reading…