When pulling a folding chair up to Gemini’s packed dinner table, audiences get a plate piled high with zesty comedy, rich conflict, and a heaping scoop of love. With direction from Jack Burke, Ph.D., and Assistant Director Katherine Fernandez, the Monmouth University Department of Music and Theatre Arts presented Albert Innaurato’s Gemini (1976) with flair.
With a towering, eroded brick apartment setting the stage, Monmouth’s Woods Theatre gets a slice of blue-collar South Philadelphia for the Department of Music and Theatre Arts production of Albert Innaurato’s 1976 dramedy, Gemini.
With Valentine’s Day fast approaching, many will be showing they care with flowers, chocolates, stuffed animals, and other lavish expressions. Despite the barrage of hearts and cards around us, spreading love can go beyond romance.
With immense style and musicality, Stephen Sondheim And George Furth’s Company visits Woods Theatre this season on Nov. 20-24, 2019, with past dates of Nov. 15-17.
Lights, camera, Slam! Following a stellar success with last year’s competition, FilmOneFest is hosting its 5th Annual 24-Hour Film Slam at Wilson Hall.
Take a stroll through any school campus around the globe, and the stress that many of today’s young students experience on a day-to-day basis is palpable. Especially regarding the overall work ethic of modern youth, there is an expectation to do so much more starting at a rapidly declining age.
Marked by blasts of frenetic energy, political and social symbolism, and unabashed rebellion, the MU Players production of Green Day’s rock opera American Idiot proved that punk is far from dead in the minds of youth today.
When you think of successful modern films, what are some names that come to mind?
Get out your winding pen and cassette player, because tapes are making a big come-back with modern musical artists and audiences.
Highlighting the interconnected lives of southern women as ‘as delicate as magnolias but as tough as steel,’ the University’s Department of Music and Theatre proudly presents Robert Harling’s touching 1987 dramatic comedy, Steel Magnolias, directed by Dr. John Burke.