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Next Stop, Broadway

January 6, 2017

SDA’s theatre program and band students are getting creepy and kooky as they prepare to put on this year’s musical, “The Addams Family.” The show about this famously ghoulish family will be presented...

“October Sky” Review

October 21, 2016

It’s rare to have a spark of inspiration fly across the night sky like it does for Homer Hickam (Kyle Selig), the main character in the musical “October Sky.” This musical, which is playing at the...

“Boy Meets Girl” Coming Soon to SDA’s PAC

September 21, 2016

The theatre department is in a rush to put on “Boy Meets Girl,” their first play of the year, which opens Sept. 29 and continues through the weekend. According to student directors Savannah Casey...

“Water by the Spoonful”

May 1, 2014

I’ve seen my share of plays. School plays, professional plays, community theater performances – I’ve seen them all. Plays have always intrigued me, mostly because I find it impressive that the actors...

Steel Magnolias Review

Steel Magnolias Review
March 13, 2014

Keeping audiences entertained and amused throughout a production is hard enough nowadays in any theatre, but doing so while exploring the sensitive issues of illness and familial bonds requires walking...

“The Winter’s Tale,” a Shakespeare B-side

Winter's Tale
February 27, 2014

*UPDATE*  This story was featured on the Best of Student Newspapers Online. Read it here! If you find yourself debating on whether to go see the new movie “Winter’s Tale” at Edwards San Marcos...

Intrepid Shakespeare: Macbeth

February 21, 2014

According to an age-old superstition the name of Shakespeare’s tragedy “Macbeth” is believed to be cursed. Actors often avoid saying the title, instead using “The Scottish Play.”  Urban legends...

Old Globe’s “Bethany” Depicts Desperation

February 12, 2014

  The Old Globe’s production of “Bethany” instantly immerses the audience in a scene that might not typically be brought to mind when thinking of theater: A business woman and a homeless...

The Ash Girl

January 13, 2014

The third period Drama Production class delivered a sinister twist to the “Cinderella” fairytale in the play “The Ash Girl” by Timberlake Wertenbaker last week. The play follows the traditional...

You Can’t Take it With You

You Can't Take it With You
November 19, 2013

Even if one may not have a father who makes fireworks in the basement or have a dancer sister who has spent 8 years trying to accomplish a pirouette, having to cope with family strange-ness is still something...

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