LINDSEY FIALA | Online Editor Assembling pool tables. Digging ditches. Working at a psych ward. Owning a comic book store. Larry Quiggins had all of those jobs before becoming a theater professor, and he applies those […]
MEGAN COURTNEY | A&E Editor Designing and building a set for production can take anywhere from four to five weeks according to acting major and set builder William Spaeth. Spaeth said the designer will read […]
ARIN FROIDL | Reporter For the first time in Lindenwood’s history, the freshman musical theater class is all male. Traditionally a female-heavy school, the theatre department is always looking for more male talent, but this […]
MITCHELL KRAUS | Editor-in-Chief At 7 p.m. Friday, a group of students gathered their laptops, blankets, pillows and large amounts of coffee and gathered to write five short plays overnight. They came together as part of Alpha […]
ESSI AUGUSTE VIRTANEN | Editor-in-Chief A Lindenwood director, students and alumni are performing a lost Shakespeare play, which is the fourth production ever done on U.S. soil. The play,”Cardenio,” produced by the St. Louis Shakespeare Company, […]
An alumna, Rebecca Lara, used to actively act and direct for the Lindenwood stage as a theater student, and now she is back as an adjunct professor — teaching the same class she took during her undergraduate degree. […]
When the curtain goes down at the end of a show, the performers get the standing ovation, and though they have earned it, the show wouldn’t have been possible without the people behind the scenes.
One of those people is the stage manager. […]