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

Symposium Staged Reading Sept 15 As a part of the 2014 Symposium on “Sustainability: Local Action | Global Impact,” Concordia Theatre will be sponsoring a staged reading of Cherrie Moraga’s “Heroes and Saints.” The play tells the story of Mexican immigrants who are employed at barely survival wages to laborContinue Reading

Group gives show and leads workshops on improvisation   Imagine a troupe of five actors performing a completely original Shakespearean play without ever having rehearsed it beforehand. Sounds impossible, right? Wrong. Five members of The Improvised Shakespeare Company – founded in 2005 and based in Chicago – visited Concordia onContinue 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

Once a week, I talk to you guys about fun things, or fabulous things, but this week I am going to talk to you about secret things. Things that most students on campus do not know or have had the opportunity to know. I am TA for the theatre. TechnicalContinue Reading