Congratulations to cast and crew of the UW-Green Bay Theatre production ‘Play Nice’ selected as a main performance for the Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival (KCACTF) in Indianapolis, Jan. 12. The group will host a fundraising performance at 7:30 p.m. Jan. 9 at University Theatre. More details to come.
A sensational example of community collaboration is the 11th annual Green Bay Nutcracker Ballet at the Meyer Theatre, Nov. 25 to 27. UW-Green Bay alumnus and ballet instructor Timothy Josephs is the artistic director for the producer of the show — Northeast Wisconsin Dance Organization (NEWDO). UW-Green Bay Prof. Jeff Entwistle and 18 UWGB students load in […]
Certainly Prof. Brian Sutton is getting the attention he deserves. He’s featured this week in Frankly Green Bay (wearegreenbay.com) and in the Green Bay Press-Gazette. No need to remind you that his musical comedy re-opens at UW-Green Bay tonight in the University Theatre.
Guinevere Casper, a sophomore English and theatre major and cast member of “Searching for Romeo,” is this week’s volunteer host of the LifeatUWGB Instagram account. Each week a different Phoenix hosts the account to show life at UWGB. This week, Guinevere is taking Instagram-users behind the scenes of the musical, which opens on Thursday. Buy […]
This is NOT Romeo and Juliet. As playwright, UW-Green Bay professor Brian Sutton, explains, “In Shakespeare’s play, Romeo and Juliet fall in love at first sight, marry less than 24 hours after having met and at a time when they’ve spent only about 15 minutes together, after which Romeo kills her cousin in a fit […]
In an interview with Warren Gerds/Critic at Large, Prof. Brian Sutton tells of the differences between next week’s production of “Searching for Romeo” compared to 2012. One of the major differences is that this one is produced by UW-Green Bay Theatre and Dance, and the benefits of an impressive scene shop, plus… Says Sutton, “The […]
UW-Green Bay Prof. and celebrated playwright Brian Sutton appeared on Local 5 Live yesterday (Nov. 7) to promote Searching for Romeo. Sutton answered questions about the musical, its past reviews, and its time in New York. UWGB students Nick Schommer and Talor Sohr, who have leading roles in the UW-Green Bay’s version, performed one of […]
Don’t forget to get your tickets for Brian Sutton’s “Searching for Romeo” at 7:30 p.m. Nov. 17-19, at the University Theatre in Theatre Hall. For a fun introduction to the production, watch the recently released sizzle reel.
UW-Green Bay Associate Prof. and Director of English Composition and the Writing Center, Brian Sutton, will be giving a presentation on his play, Searching for Romeo, from 2 to 3 p.m. on Monday, Nov. 7 in the 1965 room of the University Union. The discussion will revolve around the evolution of the play, from Sutton’s […]
Tomorrow (Thursday, Oct. 20), UW-Green Bay is hosting a Visual and Performing Arts Open House. Prospective students interested in art, music, and theatre are invited to explore the campus through specialized tours, class observations, and receptions. Admissions folks send thanks to all those involved in the event, especially faculty and staff from the art, music, […]