Tag: Theatre

‘The Revolutionists’ presented by UW-Green Bay Theatre, kicks off Friday, Oct. 12

“The Revolutionists,” by Lauren Gunderson and directed by Prof. Laura Riddle (Theatre), will give its first performance on Friday, Oct. 12 at 7:30 p.m. at the University Theatre, Theatre Hall, Green Bay Campus. Additional performances will take place Saturday, Oct. 13, and Thursday, Oct. 18 through Saturday, Oct. 20. Find more information or purchase tickets online. […]

From UW-Green Bay to LA and The Late Show with Stephen Colbert

UW-Green Bay alumna Mary Gallagher ’90 (Theatre) has created herself a successful career in Los Angeles. She has appeared on many famous TV shows such as How I Met Your Mother and Grey’s Anatomy, but her latest starring was her funny stand-up routine on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert. What’s next? Gallagher is trying […]

SNC-folks are fun to travel with, Entwistle says


Theatre Chair, Prof. Jeff Entwistle took an entourage to New York recently. Among the contingent was a number of people from St. Norbert College. “This was the second trip that my ‘intrepid guide’ and group leader has been Corey Pinchart ’98 (Theatre) and former UWGB and Weidner Center staff member. “Corey went on the trip […]

Critic Gerds: Shakespeare’s ‘Shrew’ masterfully fashioned at UW-Green Bay

“Some people live and breathe acting. They are the embodiment of art, craft, diligence, dedication and precision. And they have fun doing it,” reports critic at large Warren Gerds. “A team of five of those people is walking our way at present — in Green Bay for an exploration and learning experience centered on the […]

Actors from the London Stage visit UW-Green Bay

An English acting troop makes its way across the pond, visiting UW-Green Bay on a tour of the United States. “Instead of bringing students to London, but to bring London here,” says Emily Ransom, Assistant Professor of Humanities and English at UW-Green Bay. Actors from the London Stage are visiting UW-Green Bay this week, bringing […]

Ransom quoted in Warren Gerds’ preview of The Taming of the Shrew

Assistant Professor Emily Ransom (Humanities) was featured in Warren Gerds, Critic at Large’s preview of The Taming of the Shrew on WeAreGreenBay.com. “This is a new venture for the University, and we’re very excited about what it might open for us,” said Ransom.

Life’s journey included a change in horizons for UW-Green Bay alumnus David Duwell


David Duwell ’90 (English) had his future laid out for him. He was going to get his diploma from New Holstein High School and run the family farm in his small hometown of Johnsburg, Wis. At least until a caring teacher and an older sister proposed a different path — college. UW-Green Bay became his […]

Theatre and Music seasons to be unveiled at Weidner celebration

New at this year’s Weidner season unveiling, UW-Green Bay Music and Theatre (and Dance) chairpersons Randall Meder and Jeff Enstwistle, respectively, will take to the podium to announce their upcoming seasons, Wednesday, June 21, 2017. UW-Green Bay music students Rissel Peguero and Matthew Hillman will be entertaining before and after the event. Music begins at […]

Reminder: Weidner and (UW-Green Bay Theatre and Music) season reveal is Wednesday, June 21

All members of the campus community are invited to the unveiling of the 2017-2018 season at the Weidner Center — 1 p.m. Wednesday, June 21, 2017 in the Weidner Grand Foyer. UW-Green Bay Music and Theatre (and Dance) programs will also announce their seasons. Please RSVP by emailing wcpa@uwgb.edu if you are able to attend. […]