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Arts & Culture
Dancing the line between a rock concert in an abandoned RadioShack and a one-man musical, the production of Hedwig and the Angry Inch at An Other Theater Company is a show the likes of which has never been seen in Utah County — literally.
Historical European Martial Arts club (HEMA) students were taught a basic stunt choreography, which the Filmography Club members captured from various angles.
The production included choreography by UVU associate professors Mark Borchelt and Jamie A. Johnson, and was bookended by choreography by Jacqueline Colledge and Bill Evans. Each one of these is a major name in the dance world with roots in Utah County.
New scholarship opportunities were available for performing arts students this year in the form of a music competition.
Dear Reagan, My wife never does the dishes. We tend to split up who makes dinner pretty evenly. With both of us in school and working, our schedules are very different during the day so we hardly ever eat breakfast and lunch together. Every night when I come home...
Senior Staff Writer Olivia Diaz: “Where the actual show has booze-fueled dramatics during cocktail parties, this show has glasses of apple juice. Provo’s Most Eligible definitely feels like the apple juice version of the Bachelor franchise.”
The players IceBerg, CoCo and Mojo did not bring home the grand prize, but they did make it to the top four in the Western Qualifying Bracket, eventually losing to the Arizona Wildcats.
InclUTion, a UVU wind symphony concert on February 27, focused on African-American composers.
The movie is similar in tone and style to other LDS history films, but provides many firsts in its content. There are few, if any, LDS films that feature a woman of color as the main character. This film also touches on subjects that are usually glossed over, such as race and polygamy.
Reagan advises a student who wants to ask another woman out, but doesn’t know if she’s into girls.
Aspen Thompson, a junior theater major, has a clear and dedicated passion for theater. Her experience and enthusiasm have led her to the UVU theater program where she is currently studying and emphasizing in acting.
Dear Reagan, My girlfriend really hates holding my hand. She says they get too sweaty for her, but I really enjoy the closeness I get from holding her hand. Is there anything I can do about this or do I just have to be resigned to never getting what I want again?...