It appears that vampires have more to fear than garlic and a stake to the heart. The Feb. 2 snow event prompted the cancellation of Bram Stoker’s Dracula at the Weidner Center. To be fair, it was the ticket holders who were afraid of the commute to campus for the show. However, since actors Michael […]
A final heads up. Don’t miss Alternate Student Theatre’s production of Orange Flower Water this weekend. You will find the details here.
UW-Green Bay Alternate Theatre student organization and student director Cody VonRuden (a UWGB senior known far and wide across campus for his many campus activities and extensive involvement) present the emotionally charged drama by Craig Wright, Orange Flower Water. Performances are free and open to the public. Orange Flower Water will be presented at 7:30 […]
GREEN BAY – The University of Wisconsin-Green Bay Alternate Theatre student organization and student director Cody VonRuden present the emotionally charged drama by Craig Wright, Orange Flower Water. Performances are free and open to the public. Orange Flower Water will be presented at 7:30 p.m., Thursday and Friday, February 4-5, 2016 in University Theatre, Theatre […]
The Green Bay Press-Gazette business section ran a feature Dec. 10 on Nell’s Wigs, the innovative local retail shop founded by Stacey Nellen-Kolze. The story notes that the proud UW-Green Bay alumnus (she’s a 1998 Theatre grad) and Small Business Development Center success story recently received national publicity for her work. One of her shop’s […]
Chris McDermott, a 2009 graduate in Theatre and Arts Management and former student of Ellen Rosewall and Susan Frost, had an essay published recently at the Arts and Humanities in the 21st Century Workplace website. In it, he argues the arts are vital to vigorous capitalism. http://ah21cw.com/2015/12/the-importance-of-mission-and-steam-in-business-today/
University of Wisconsin-Green Bay Professor of Theatre and Dance Jeff Entwistle, and a core of seven students, spent more than 60 hours working load-in and rehearsals recently for five performances of the Green Bay Nutcracker Ballet, presented by the Northeastern Wisconsin Dance Organization (NEWDO). These high impact learning experiences are ideal for UWGB students beyond […]
Stacey Nellen-Kolze, a 1998 grad and technical theatre major at UW-Green Bay, has been getting positive press for some time via the success of her small business, Green Bay-based Nell’s Wigs & Boutique. Her shop wins praise for its special emphasis on serving women with short- or long-term hair issues due to cancer treatment. A […]
University of Wisconsin-Green Bay’s Theatre and Dance and Music presents the beloved holiday classic It’s A Wonderful Life: A Live Radio Play, November 19-20 at the Weidner Center for the Performing Arts.
UW-Green Bay Theatre and Dance Prof. Jeff Entwistle traded his tie and buttoned up shirt for more comfortable attire that he and his students have come to identify as “either paint clothes or eventual paint clothes.” A chuckle from the audience was the first of many during Entwistle’s fun and impassioned reflection on “Why We […]