“You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown”

Don’t miss your last opportunity to see this exciting show from the HU Theatre Company. By Ella Doron, Staff Writer The time has come for the Huntington University Theatre Company’s highly anticipated spring musical You’re A Good Man, Charlie Brown. Based on Charles Schulz’ beloved comic strip, You’re A Good Man, Charlie Brown stars all … Continue reading “You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown”

HU Theatre Director Excited for a New Beginning

Ryan Long, new chair department of theater art and assistant professor of theater, talks about the excitement of being a new member of Huntington’s faculty and her first major play. By Laura Caicedo, Staff Writer Huntington University welcomed Ryan Long this semester as the chair department of Theatre arts and as an assistant professor. Born … Continue reading HU Theatre Director Excited for a New Beginning

Angel Street: HUTC Reborn

While this is definitely a time of transition for the Huntington University Theatre Company, it seems to be on a healthy trajectory with a good lineup of shows for the coming season. By Victor Fink, Staff Writer This fall Huntington University Theatre Company, HUTC for short, will be putting on a thrilling melodramatic play by … Continue reading Angel Street: HUTC Reborn

The Troupe: 70 Years of Musical Theatre

The theatre department's homecoming tradition continues. By Ella Doron, Staff Writer Homecoming weekend is coming up fast, and many groups are preparing events for the HU community. If you enjoy a good show, come see HU’s own musical theatre group, the Troupe!  In celebration of the 70th year of HU’s Homecoming, the Troupe will be … Continue reading The Troupe: 70 Years of Musical Theatre

Technicolor Dreams

If you have ever dreamed of seeing a musical with incredible dance numbers, a complete cast hoedown dance, incredible 60s outfits, reggae beats, talking camels and an Elvis impersonator, then come see Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat performed by Huntington University’s very own theatre company. The cast of about 30 and the crew have … Continue reading Technicolor Dreams

Suspense takes flight at HU’s performance of “The Birds”

The Huntington University theatre department opened the month of September with “The Birds” by Conor McPherson. It is based on a short story by Irish dramatist Daphne du Maurier. The play was directed by Jay Duffer and was presented in the Studio Theatre of the Merillat Center for the Arts on September 20-22 and 27-29. “The Birds” is a thriller and contemporary … Continue reading Suspense takes flight at HU’s performance of “The Birds”