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

Students, faculty & alum prepare for momentous season Concordia students and faculty have played important roles in the Fargo-Moorhead Opera for years, and this one is no exception, with the opera gearing up for a momentous season. Cobbers are involved in the opera on nearly every level, from performing toContinue Reading

Concordia Theater announced “The Importance of Being Earnest,” “Urinetown,” “The Long Christmas Ride Home,” and “Much Ado about Nothing” as the four plays for the 2013-14 season on Monday. The season will begin in October with Oscar Wilde’s classic comedy of manners, “The Importance of Being Earnest,” a raucous rompContinue Reading

Alone on Valentine’s Day this year? Don’t worry about it. Grab some friends and head down to the Francis Frazier Comstock main stage production of “Boeing Boeing” to hear about Bernard’s romantic problems and you might feel better about your situation afterwards. This play, originally written in French by MarcContinue Reading

The current exhibit showcased in Concordia’s Cyrus M. Running Gallery is a must-see event. This exhibit, “Theatrophilia: Frivolities, Curiosities, and Confusions,” displays recent works by Concordia faculty member and Senior Designer Eddy Barrows. The exhibit runs from Nov. 6 through Dec. 9. The exhibit mesmerizes viewers as Barrows’ colorful, detailedContinue Reading

Article written by Jordan Elton and AJ Eckberg. Ten students will have the opportunity to be a president this fall in Concordia College theater department’s production of “44 Plays for 44 Presidents.” David Wintersteen, a communication studies and theater art faculty member, is directing the play. “The play…itself is quirky,Continue Reading

Kersti Pearson, a theater arts and English literature double major, is designing the costumes for “44 Plays for 44 Presidents” as her Senior thesis. “It’s pretty exciting and nerve-racking,” Pearson said as she described her first show as costume designer. The senior thesis is an accredited part of her theaterContinue Reading