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First Bloomsburg Student Nominated for MTI Award

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Photo credit: Micah Wagman Kali Morgia, a junior theater and mass communications major, was recently nominated for the Musical Theatre Intensive (MTI) Scholarship award for...

Bloomsburg Theatre Ensemble Offers Project Discovery Program

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Every January Bloomsburg Theatre Ensemble (BTE) opens The Alvina Krause Theatre’s doors for a week of special performances. Under BTE’s Project Discovery program, high...

Review: The Laramie Project

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            This past week (Feb. 24–Feb. 28), the BU Players, a theatre ensemble composed entirely of Bloomsburg theatre arts majors, put on a production...

“The Interview” Lost the Battle… But Hopefully It Has Not Lost the War

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“The Interview,” a comedy-action film about two journalists hired by the U.S. government to assassinate North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un, has been the center...

A Drum! A Drum! Macbeth Doth Come!

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Fair is foul and foul is fair. The BU Players put on William Shakespeare’s Macbeth at the Alvina Krause Theatre in Bloomsburg. The curtains rose...

This Weekend: Avenue Q, Brought To You By BU Players

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Sesame Street: whether we'd like to admit it or not, we all miss our childhood show. Haven't you ever wished that there was an...

Monty Python’s Spamalot: Hilariously Brilliant

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Brava! Spamalot’s, 2005 Tony Award, win for Best Musical was definitely well deserved. The traveling tour of Monty Python’s Spamalot fought off snow to perform at Bloomsburg last Friday. Although winter storm Nemo, blew through the area, the sold out show continued without a hitch.

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