Tag: Taylor Gruenloh

Missouri S&T theater students to livestream one-man play

Posted by on April 8, 2021

Theater students in Missouri S&T’s arts, languages and philosophy department will perform “Buyer & Cellar,” a comedy written by Jonathan Tolins, this April.

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Missouri S&T theater students to livestream one-woman show

Posted by on February 17, 2021

Theater students in Missouri S&T’s arts, languages and philosophy department will perform “To Bathe or Not to Bathe,” a dark-comedy memoir by Gwyneth Strope, this February.

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Missouri S&T theatre to host a virtual choose-your-own-adventure play

Posted by on October 8, 2020

Students of Missouri S&T’s arts, languages, and philosophy department will present a two-part interactive Zoom play this October that allows attendees to create their own stories.

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Missouri S&T theater students to perform live each month

Posted by on October 5, 2020

Missouri S&T theater students will present a series of live improvisational performances where writers, performers and audiences constantly change roles.

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Missouri S&T students to perform live plays online

Posted by on May 4, 2020

Missouri S&T theater students will present two evenings of online plays this May. The productions will include four newly written 10-minute plays from four national playwrights and will be performed via a live stream.

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Missouri S&T theatre to perform evening of one-act plays

Posted by on November 27, 2019

Theater students in Missouri S&T’s arts, languages and philosophy department will produce an evening of one-act plays for the general public this December.

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S&T students to write and perform plays in 24 hours

Posted by on November 11, 2019

Six new 10-minute plays will be written, directed and performed by Missouri S&T students in 24 hours at Leach Theatre on Saturday, Nov. 16.

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Missouri S&T theater students to perform at Leach Theatre

Posted by on October 8, 2019

Theater students in Missouri S&T’s arts, languages, and philosophy department will perform “Much Ado About Nothing,” a comedy by William Shakespeare, this October.

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