Every aspect of life has been impacted by the pandemic, be it working from home or wearing a mask and distancing when in public. The same is true for theatre at Concordia. “The pandemic has killed most theatre,” said Katie Curry, the Theatre Art department’s costume designer and adjunct instructor.
The stage is set, the tickets are sold, the lights on, but the seats, however, are empty. Concordia theater is producing “The Race” this upcoming weekend in an unconventional way to comply with COVID safety precautions. Live streamed over Zoom, the theater crew along with the campus are in for
David Wintersteen is taking a leap and genderbending roles while directing the upcoming production of Macbeth. Turning heads and creating a buzz, the cast of Macbeth is here to impress. The play runs Thursday, Feb. 20 through Sunday Feb. 23, on the Frances Frazier Comstock Theatre mainstage. Thursday, Friday, and
“Join the family business, learn yourself the trade, make yourself a monster, make the world afraid!” The Frankenstein family has passed along the tradition of monster-building for generations–that is, until Dr. Frederick Frankenstein, who pronounces his name “Fronkensteen,” is reluctant to follow in his ancestors’ footsteps. On Thursday, Nov. 14,
For 73 years, the Fargo Moorhead Community Theatre has produced varied performances and educational opportunities for the community. This fall, they will be telling the story of Sweeney Todd: a barber seeking revenge. The show will run be Oct. 18-20, 24-27, 31 and Nov. 1 on the Stage at Island
“Willkommen! And bienvenue! Welcome!” The opening lines of “Cabaret,” Concordia’s fall musical, invite the audience into the dark underworld of a Berlin nightclub in 1930. On Thursday, Nov. 8, the Concordia theatre department will perform “Cabaret,” a musical created by John Kander, Fred Ebb, and Joe Masteroff. The show is
Concordia Theatre’s final production of the year will take on topics such as the power of language, existential crises, and the complexities of romance—all at the hands of six student directors. “All in the Timing” is an energetic collection of six one-act plays, all tied together through their unique portrayals
In the same political climate, during the same month, and at almost the same spot on the map, Concordia College and North Dakota State University have chosen the same centuries-old show to perform this February. “Tartuffe,” first performed in 1664, is a classic French comedy with an overarching theme of