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Students find new meaning in Shakespeare during pandemic

Kayla Padilla September 10, 2020

While quarantine canceled most of the world’s plans, it provided some with the opportunity to embark on new creative journeys. I virtually met with junior Anthony Tresca to discuss how quarantine helped...

Student Jimmy Phan practices for his piano class with Dr. Carolyn True on campus. Students are a assigned a specific practice room, and must use a weekly sign up form to indicate their reservations. Additionally, students are responsible for wiping down pianos after use, and allowing the room to air out for fifteen minutes when they have finished practicing. Photo credit: Kate Nuelle

The show must go on: Fine Art departments go remote

Joshua Anaya September 3, 2020

Following the spring 2020 shift to entirely remote learning, the music and theater departments within Trinity’s fine arts program faced a drastic challenge. In addition to adjusting their purely academic...

One of Neale's cats, Ted in the spotlight. Photo credit: Kate Nuelle

Trinity professor’s feline theater production makes it big

Carmine Villarreal September 3, 2020

  Evolution. Discovery. Expression. Having fun.Scott Neale, assistant professor of scenic design, used these words to describe what inspires him. These sources of inspiration appear evident in...

Stage lighting class enlightens its students

Stage lighting class enlightens its students

Savannah Wahlgren February 20, 2020

Photo by Jordan BruceMore goes into a theatre production than just rehearsing lines and scenes. There are people working on costumes, the set, sound and lights. These aspects of the show are behind and...

Senior thespian directs play that merges her passions

Senior thespian directs play that merges her passions

Maya Neufeld-Wall February 13, 2020

Photo by Kate NuelleSenior theatre major Alex Oliver has been passionate about theatre for a long time and has been involved in Trinity’s theatrical productions for over three years. She has worked...

On the stage and in the audience, reactions to

On the stage and in the audience, reactions to “The Mystery of Edwin Drood”

Maya Neufeld-Wall November 21, 2019

Photo by Mona MirpourCurtains went up on Trinity University’s fall musical “The Mystery of Edwin Drood” this past Friday, Nov. 15, in the Stieren Theater. The show puts a twist on Charles...

Thespians get meta in latest musical

Thespians get meta in latest musical

Maya Neufeld-Wall October 31, 2019

photo by Mona MirpourFor most Trinity students, Wednesday nights consist of dinner, class and countless hours in the library studying. However, for a select few dedicated thespians, 9:15 p.m. signals the...

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Finding ones identity: The swirling journey in “Doctor Faustus Lights the Lights”

Austin Davidson October 3, 2019

Photo by Matthew ClaybrookA forest of florescent lightbulbs dangles from the ceiling, their sparse light sharpening the chairs that surround a rectangular stage. On one side is a typewriter on a wooden...

Pipe bursts in Ruth Taylor, floods theatre

Pipe bursts in Ruth Taylor, floods theatre

Kathleen Creedon September 20, 2019

Photo provided by Elizabeth Nelson.This is an updated version of a story that was published online on Friday, Sept. 20.Water flooded multiple spaces in the Ruth Taylor Theater Building Friday morning,...

Jackson Beach, Aubrey Kehn, Ward Lehardy Photo credit: Matthew Claybrook

What’s that noise in the Attic?

Amelia Mundell April 3, 2019

Photo by Matthew ClaybrookIn Trinity’s Attic Theater, the clock is ticking for the three-person cast of “Tick, Tick ... Boom!,” a student-run musical. The piece serves as the senior capstone...

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Taking a look behind the seams

Gabriella Garriga September 12, 2018

Even though it was 8:30 a.m., Kate excitedly sipped her morning tea, ready to continue working on her apron. She’d been thinking about the pattern all night: The ruffles she’d add, the last...

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Lysistrata: social change through sexual frustration

Daniel Rothschild April 18, 2018

  The Trinity University theater department raised the curtain last Friday on the last main-stage production of the Spring semester: Aristophanes’ “Lysistrata,” adapted for the modern stage...

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