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The Wall Street Journal called Amy Herzog "America's most interesting young playwright."
Across the country, UW-Parkside students and graduates are spending summer 2013 honing their skills at a variety of professional theatre venues.
“Twelfth Night,” Parkside Theatre’s Hollywood-themed send-up of Shakespeare’s classic comedy, not only generated big laughs but also big awards for the Theatre Arts Department.
Now is the time to see Parkside Theatre’s presentation of Shakespeare’s “Twelfth Night” especially when student tickets for Thursday’s show are just $4! If music be the food of love, play on!
It’s a busy Thursday through Monday at UW-Parkside with concerts, play performances, public speaking, fish stories, First Friday, and senior presentations. All the details are here.
Mistaken identities, misguided lovers, and misdirected affections abound in Shakespeare’s “Twelfth Night.” So do laughs and merriment. See the production May 3-11 at UW-Parkside.
“Romeo…Romeo…wherefore art thou, Romeo?” April 11-27, Romeo, Juliet & all of Shakespeare’s other unforgettable characters, many played by UW-Parkside alumni, are on stage in Chicago.
Get a 20-minute preview of the Parkside Theatre’s production of Shakespeare’s “12th Night” this Friday as you gET bEHIND the aRTS! Here are the details.
Lanford Wilson’s award-winning “Book of Days” is being exceptionally well presented by Parkside Theatre. You have just four opportunities enjoy this intense, humorous, and gripping murder mystery.
Lanford Wilson’s intriguing tale of murders and martyrs, “Book of Days,” is presented by this Parkside Theatre cast and crew March 8-17.
Lanford Wilson’s intriguing tale of murders and martyrs, “Book of Days,” is presented by Parkside Theatre for six performances.
A two-part Parkside Theatre FreshINK staged reading puts a new twist on a mythological boy-meets-girl story and eaves drops on an improvisational comedy troupe about to be cursed with success.
Tragic events in Milwaukee and Connecticut have prompted the UW-Parkside Theatre Arts department to change the Parkside Theatre spring schedule.
Two final opportunities to see an award-nominated play and the ultimate campus event highlight the weekend at UW-Parkside. Plus, a chronicle of campus holiday/winter break/Winterim hours.
Parkside Theatre’s production of “Dancing at Lughnasa” will compete at a prestigious regional theatre festival. The Theatre Arts Department is staging two performances to raise money for the trip.
Just before its final weekend of performances, the Theatre Arts Department learned that Parkside Theatre’s production of “Dancing at Lughnasa” will compete at a prestigious regional theatre festival.