Concordia Theatre’s first mainstage production of the year reforms the way history is told through a comical interpretation of the lives of Martin Luther, Doctor John Faustus, and Prince Hamlet. “Wittenberg,” written by David Davalos, tells the story of these three unrelated historical and fictional figures meeting for the firstContinue Reading

Fargo-Moorhead feature film Supermoto, starring Concordia alum and faculty, will be world premiered at the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Film Festival on April 15 and 16 at St. Anthony Main Theatre. Supermoto follows the story of Ruby, a woman who wakes up alone in a motel room. Her abusive boyfriend hasContinue Reading

Fairtytales with adult themes show not all stories have happy endings The opening of Concordia theater’s sixth main stage production of the year, “The Secret in the Wings,” is just around the corner. Similar to the other productions, audiences will get to experience impressive acting, set designs, props, lighting, andContinue Reading

Concordia theatre launches season with “Proof” What do you get when you add a grieving daughter, an unforeseen love interest and a paradigm-shifting proof? This week, the cast and crew of Concordia College’s production of “Proof” are doing the math. David Auburn’s Tony and Pulitzer Prize-winning “Proof” tells the storyContinue Reading

Cobbers create retro-sounding sounding commercials for upcoming play The radio crackles to life. Saxophones squeal the first lines of a jingle. Then horns follow as an accent. Finally, a bright, modulated voice speaks vibrantly over the sounds, selling a product straight out of the 1950s. This may be what theContinue Reading

Concordia College theatre’s first production of the 2015-2016 season featured vampires. Their second show, opening Nov. 12, will feature a Dragon. Director Sally Story said the department’s upcoming production, Stephen Sondheim’s Tony award-winning “Company,” tells the tale of Bobby, a 30-something New Yorker attempting to navigate the single life whileContinue Reading

All around campus, an individual will find the handiwork of one man. Ron Sauvageau is Concordia’s fabricator, one who makes and welds metal, and the campus would be pretty sparse without his work. Sauvageau works with a number of different tools and metals to make fixtures around campus. “No matterContinue Reading

Four flights of stairs below the stage in the Frances Comstock Memorial Theatre are boxes filled with vampire teeth, prosthetic monster masks, beaded fabrics, and a powder that mimics blood when mixed with water. The Concordia College theatre department is preparing for William McNulty’s adaptation of Bram Stoker’s “Dracula,” openingContinue Reading