Top Girls Invites Talks of Gender Equality

Jacob Lawson, News Writer • jalawson16@ehc.edu Caroline Mosteller “It is so vital, now more than ever, to put women’s stories at the forefront,” said Maxine Poole, a cast member of Emory & Henry’s new play, Top Girls. “Audience members walk away from pieces like this thinking about the problems shown in the play and potentially inspired… Read More Top Girls Invites Talks of Gender Equality

Cinema of the Week: Musicals and Movies – In the Heights

Kristen Hines, Columnist • khines14@ehc.edu Pixabay.com   Many people can categorize Musicals into two sections; the big famous ones that everyone knows, and the equally good but not as successful ones that have almost faded into obscurity. And our Musical of the Week just happens to fall into the latter category. The RoundHouse Theater in Olney,… Read More Cinema of the Week: Musicals and Movies – In the Heights

Student Showcase Presents the ‘Divided States of America’

On February 20, pre-professional theater student Kelly Bok presented her politically minded senior showcase in the Board of Visitors Lounge. The showcase was Bok’s personal reflection on the national theater movement, “Bad Hombres and Nasty Women.” This group has helped to organize nationwide DIY performances that all took place on Presidents Day. The majority of… Read More Student Showcase Presents the ‘Divided States of America’

The World Goes ‘Round: Students Work with Guest Director

The Theatre Department will be returning to the stage for an exciting performance from Feb. 23-25. Students have been hard at work preparing for “The World Goes ‘Round,” a musical revue that is made up of songs made famous by Broadway giants John Kander and Fred Ebb. The music featured next week will be from… Read More The World Goes ‘Round: Students Work with Guest Director