Students awarded at annual theater festival

February 19, 2012

Reading Time: 3 minutes Several theater students participated in the annual Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival held Feb. 6-11, at the end of the week, a few lucky students came home with prestigious awards.   UVU prides itself on letting its students experience a hands-on education. This is especially true in the Theater Department, that not only has […]

Othello captures the devastation of tragic love

September 26, 2011

Reading Time: 2 minutes In a time of war when ordinary men’s lives can end in a torrent of bullets, it is the green-eyed monster of jealousy and mistrust that is often the fateful undoing of a once-great man. William Shakespeare’s “Othello,” a production by the theater department performed in the Courtyard, captures the true meaning of the term […]

Put out the light and put on a show

September 12, 2011

Reading Time: 3 minutes It is a tale of jealousy, selfishness and the downfall of a once great man. And for the first time, people can see a live performance in Utah Valley. “Othello,” directed by Dr. James Arrington, has never been performed in Utah Valley before. The Shakespeare play tells the story of Othello, a moor whose weakness […]