The realities of the dating world, from awkward first encounters to uncomfortably long moments of silence, will be brought to the stage in Concordia College Theatre’s upcoming production of “First Date.” Senior theatre arts major Nick Brandt is directing “First Date,” opening on March 22 and running through March 24.
A common fact of life overlooked for generations is being brought to light by Corinne Burrell, Concordia heritage and museum studies and communications double major, through her senior thesis project, titled “The First Bloodstain.” At the Hjemkomst Center last Tuesday, March 6, a room packed with men and women of
“Anything else, Miss Missy?” the stage manager asked as she looked up at the director sitting in a middle row of the audience. The director didn’t need any more tasks completed from her stage manager before their Sunday night dress rehearsal began. After checking the progress of some of the