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“Sealed for Freshness” comes alive with technical details, quirky characters

Reporter

October 4, 2013

Filed under Life And Arts

The Transit Theatre Troupe took its audience on a journey back to the '60s, where the hairdos were big, the roles of women were small and there was Tupperware in every size. “Sealed for Freshness,” written by Doug Stone, br...

Broadway rights jeopardize original play lineup

News Editor

September 24, 2013

Filed under Life And Arts

The Mary Moody Northen Theatre opens their production of “Museum” by Tina Howe on Sept. 26. However, until the end of July, the St. Edward’s University theatre was expected to perform a completely different show.During ...

MMNT’s latest production proves earnestly funny

Life & Arts Editor

April 17, 2013

Filed under Life And Arts

Mary Moody Northen Theatre breathes new life into a classic with their latest production of Oscar Wilde’s “The Importance of Being Earnest.” The play itself is witty, quick and tricky to pull off with clarity, however director R...

Fusebox Festival combines art forms, relies on campus community

Reporter

April 9, 2013

Filed under Life And Arts

We just got through a major festival, and some people may still be feeling the effects. But some people may still be in a festive mood, and they are in luck. In mid-April, the city will host the eighth annual Fusebox Festival...

Transit stages original works and classical adaptations

Staff Writer

September 10, 2012

Filed under Life And Arts

All the world, or at least St. Edward’s University, is a stage to the students involved in the Transit Theatre Troupe. This semester the five year-old Troupe will continue performing rarely-produced theatre that involves theat...

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