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Thursday, April 22, 2021


Play offers lessons to take with you

The Fall season of Theatre TCU is coming to an end, and what better way is there to do so than with a "bang?" George S. Kauffman and Moss Hart's 1930's classic "You Can't Take it With You," which opens Nov. 15, does just that.

The show was sold out after two days and there have been requests for more performances.

The Pulitzer Prize-winning romantic comedy offers the message that people have the tendency to take life too seriously and don't take time to enjoy it.

‘Toil and Trouble’

On Halloween night, jack-o'-lanterns will glow on porch steps, children and college students alike will be clad in spooky costumes and local residents will prepare for eager trick-or-treaters by filling large punch bowls with chocolate, licorice and lollipops.At TCU, students will perform a portion of William Shakespeare's "Macbeth" during "Bard on the Rocks" on Monday night among the rocks of "Froghenge" in front of the Ballet Building,

Student-artist spotlight – Jeff Mathena

While sitting on a sofa at Panther City Coffee House, junior religion major Jeff Mathena sips a Mocha Milkshake and discusses music, the great...

Student actors perform ‘Proof’

It is a Thursday night on the third floor of Ed Landreth Hall. The evening is quickly becoming a wonderful opportunity to witness the formative stages of Theatre TCU's upcoming production of "Proof" by David Auburn, running from Tuesday to Oct. 2."Proof" is an exhilarating drama about the struggle of a young woman named Catherine, the daughter of a brilliant yet mentally unstable mathematician. After her father's death, she encountered many uncertainties regarding her own mental abilities and her place in the world.

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