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’s annual fall musical, “Big Fish,” swims to the stage this Friday – and the fictitious fish is not all that promises to be larger-than-life. Based on Daniel Wallace’s 1998 novel and Tim Burton’s 2003 film, “Big Fish” centers on the relationship between traveling salesman Edward Bloom and hisContinue 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

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

Concordia Theatre and SAGA collaborate Concordia’s Straight and Gay Alliance teamed up with the theater honor society, Alphi Psi Omega, to host Concordia’s first-annual drag show. Alphi Psi Omega President Hannah Wehlage was excited to do something new this year for the theater’s annual dance. “We have a dance atContinue 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