With the recent LGBT–related suicides and bullying, a local filmmaker is attempting to address the issue in her recently completed film.
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While many Ohio University students struggle to add variety to their schedules, the School of Theater is offering a new spin on the traditional theater course.
Sunday, ARTS/West presented a reading of a play, Whatever Happened to Baby Abby? by Merri Biechler, a member of ARTS/West and other local companies.
While the phrase “act your age” may be used frequently, it is one that is discouraged in a new show put on by ABC Players.
With recent debates on contraception and women’s role in the army, the Women’s Center brings a reason to celebrate women.
The theater often tells stories of forbidden love triangles, but this week Ohio University’s School of Theater will perform a show with a less romantic kind of trifecta.
While some high-school students might already be gearing up to attend prom, ALLY hosted a prom of its own this weekend with a little more super power.
While many have fond — or maybe not so fond — memories of their high-school prom, ALLY is providing a way for Ohio University students to re-experience prom.
While many people crowd around their TVs to watch Fox’s hit show Glee on Tuesdays, Ohio University’s real-life glee club took the stage Saturday night.
Saturday, The Singing Men of Ohio will present their annual SMO Alumni Winter Concert in conjunction with Section 8, the SMO a cappella group, and the SMO alumni.
While winter is the time many students tire of dining hall fare, Ohio University’s Black Student Union offers a meal with some soul.
Though the term “idiot” has been a go-to insult since the playground years, the Ohio University School of Theater’s new production shows how much punch the word can pack.
Though Valentine’s Day is often spent with loved ones or a pint of Ben and Jerry’s Homemade Ice Cream, a local theater group invites audiences to spend the holiday with some monkeys.
While many will enjoy exchanging sweet nothings with their valentine this weekend, Boxcar Burlesque offers an event that’s a little more tainted.
Despite the distance, Ohio University students can get an earful of the south this weekend.
In a season full of red roses and pink candy hearts, the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Ally Center will bring a rainbow to Valentine’s Day.
While there may be drama on talent shows all over television, Ohio University’s Little Monsters are presenting a show with a little more heart.
Although the sight of students and dads sliding across the icy bricks offered plenty of laughs this weekend, more than 700 people chose to head indoors Saturday evening to catch the Chicago City Limits improv show.
Some say laughter is the best medicine, and this weekend the longest running comedy show in New York will arrive to cure Ohio University’s cabin fever.
A typical theater performance involves weeks of preparation and many different performance aspects. In its newest series, though, ARTS/West is stripping down the process to create a more raw performance.