Modern themes come to life in JSU Drama’s “An Enemy of the People”

Katie Cline, Editor-in-Chief Sibling rivalry, political corruption and scientific truth come to a head in the Jacksonville State University Drama Department’s 2017-2018 season opener, “An Enemy of the People.” The play, directed by assistant professor Mike Boynton, is an Arthur Miller translation and adaptation of the original Henrik Ibsen play. Miller and Ibsen, both renown playwrights, … Continue reading Modern themes come to life in JSU Drama’s “An Enemy of the People”

Advertisements

There’s no place like Wonderland: APO performs Lewis Carroll and L. Frank Baum crossover

  JoAnna Mitchell, Staff Writer This April, join JSU’s own Alpha Psi Omega (APO) chapter for their whacky performance of Joseph Robinette’s “Dorothy Meets Alice.” Written in 1990 and based on a musical by Robinette and Karl Jurman, this fun little play mixes the worlds of Wonderland and Oz to take viewers of all ages … Continue reading There’s no place like Wonderland: APO performs Lewis Carroll and L. Frank Baum crossover

JSU drama brings magic to the stage in “The Tempest”

By Katie Cline Editor-in-Chief Any Shakespearean play is a massive undertaking, but “The Tempest,” with its revenge plots, large cast and copious magic, may be one of the most complicated shows to put on. None of this has deterred JSU’s drama department as it prepares for opening night on February 16, though. “Every show is … Continue reading JSU drama brings magic to the stage in “The Tempest”