Concordia College – As Concordia’s theater program kicks off November with the popular musical “Les Misérables,” cooperation between the theater and music departments becomes the key to putting on the best show possible. Though Karen Hamilton, the musical’s vocal director, said the bridge between the theater and music departments hasContinue Reading

Among her numerous accolades as a runner, scuba diver, and certified barbecue judge, Professor Sally Story is also the director for Concordia’s upcoming musical, “Les Misérables.” Story, Concordia theatre department’s newest member, says that she has felt very welcomed into the Concordia community as she has been getting to knowContinue Reading

Concordia 2012 alumnus Christopher Damlo has been named assistant director of the Tin Roof Theatre’s upcoming production of Abby Man’s “The Judgment at Nuremberg.” The play is based upon the trials held in Nuremberg, Germany in the late 1940s. Damlo explains that on trial were the Nazi war criminals; namelyContinue Reading

Seniors to experience last main stage performance with Concordia Theatre It is the Elizabethan era and the governor Leonata throws a masked ball. Noblemen, soldiers and friends of Lenoata mingle, while a man by the name of Don Jon plans to break apart the engaged Hero, the daughter of Leonata,Continue Reading

Director explores new training methods for actors in upcoming play Marching in single line across the stage with knees bent and arms held out, nine students stay straight-faced and focused on their movements. Some might even be sweating. This is not a typical play rehearsal. Actors from the play “TheContinue Reading

Improv has arrived at Concordia. Students of all majors can now join an on-campus, student-led improv group. Junior theatre major Anna Larranaga, founder of the group, led their first meeting last Tuesday. “Concordia didn’t have an improv group,” Larranaga said. “It was odd because it seems like a stereotypical collegeContinue Reading