For theater enthusiasts and performers near the west coast, Broadway often seems particularly unattainable—a distant idea that only the lucky few get to experience. However, thanks to a collaboration between the Noorda Center for the Performing Arts and a creative team based out of New York, a Broadway-caliber performance has come to Utah Valley University. […]
Following the opening of the Noorda Center for the Performing Arts last March, the 2019/2020 season has been announced. UVU will now be host to several of the biggest names in theater and music, premiere productions and the Utah Symphony. “We have an extremely exciting first season,” said Isaac Walters, marketing manager for the School […]
If you want to get to know campus, win prizes, eat free food and have an unforgettable first few weeks of school, opportunities abound. Here are campus events you should know about if you want to make memories. Monday, Aug. 19 First Wolverine Wednesday of the semester When: 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m. Where: Centre Stage What: […]
Unlike most universities, UVU has no on-campus housing. Incoming students have to navigate all of the housing options Orem and Provo have to offer without having many of them in one location. Here is a quick guide to make that process easier. Where do I start? Come up with your list of must-have features for […]
Before the spring of 2019, students performed, worked and rehearsed in any space they could find in the crowded Gunther Technology building. Actors pushed aside desks in empty classrooms to rehearse scenes; dancers gave performances in small studio spaces; and musicians had to load their instruments onto a truck and transport them across campus for […]
What if two people committed to a relationship for 30 days? A group of young adults are trying to find out, and they “mean business.”
“It was probably one of the most exciting stake firesides Provo has ever seen.”
Boggess visited UVU on March 28 during the Noorda Center’s Week of Dreams program to lead a masterclass on building self-expression and confidence while performing.
It may seem difficult for a member of a faith that has been criticized for its patriarchal leadership structure and rhetoric about gender roles to believe such equality is possible. But, at a recent conference hosted by UVU, many members of the faith were willing to grapple with those contradictions.
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.