Tickets for the Adams State College Theatre’s program Romeo and Juliet go on sale Monday, April 18. Dr. John Taylor, professor of theatre and director of the production, said “This is going to be an exciting and entertaining production of William Shakespeare’s classic love story. From its opening moments to its tragic ending, our audience […]
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Jesse Medina The Paw Print Almost everyone can recall the hit improv comedy show Whose Line is it Anyway? Drew Carey’s smiling face and bursts of laughter at the comedians on the show making up ridiculous hijinks came to define the entire show. The show’s appeal hinged on a form of comedy called improvisational comedy […]
The Adams State College Theatre program’s R & J Project hosts “Can Love Rescue What Hate Threatens: An Interfaith Forum” on Saturday April 9 in the Main Stage Theatre. The forum will go from 8:30 a.m. to noon. The event is free to the public. The community-wide interfaith forum offers an opportunity for local religious […]
Dr. David Mazel Adams State College One of the greatest of the great stories at Adams State College is our theatre program. Back in the day, when I was a student here, there was hardly a theatre program at all, just a student club with a part-time adviser staging an occasional production of “Carousel” on […]
The R & J Project, in conjunction with the Adams State College Theatre Program, presents “The Laramie Project: 10 Years Later” on March 26 at 8 p.m. in the Main Stage Theatre. Through a series of educational and public events, The R & J Project: Seeking Common Ground is examining the role of conflict, reconciliation, […]
Adams State College Theatre will be a showing the independent horror film PELT starring theatre alum Travis Goodman this Sunday March 27 at 2 p.m. in the ASC Main Stage. Tickets are $5 and proceeds go to the purchase of new seats for the Xperimental Theatre. Tickets will be sold at the door.
Kimberly Vialpando The Paw Print February 1 was the opening night of the romantic comedy play “ALMOST, MAINE.” Directed by seniors Mark Jones and Jonathan Andujar, the romantic comedy consists of eight one-act scenes that take place in the small town Almost, Maine. The play is just in time for Valentine’s Day. The play was […]
James Williams The Paw Print The Adams State College Theatre department opened the 2010-11 season this past weekend with the opening performances of “Two Rooms,” a dramatic love story surrounded by the complications created by international politics and terrorism. Written by Lee Blessing in 1988, “Two Rooms” is as relevant today as it was more […]
Kim Vialpando The Paw Print It looks like a promising year for the ASC theatre department, as they celebrate their tenth year in the Adams State Theatre Building. They have a lot of exciting shows coming up including a political drama, Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet, the holiday production, and a reunion show that will feature […]
Samantha Saville The Paw Print The play Our Town directed by Dr. Paul S. Newman opened on Friday, April 30 and will run until May 8. The play, which was written by the Pulitzer Prize winner Thornton Wilder, included many stars such as Jacob Sorling, Kaitlyn Perham, and Bothe Kretsinger.