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Student-Run Play “Five Women Wearing the Same Dress” Leaves Audiences Laughing, Crying, and Reflecting on Important Issues

Student-Run Play “Five Women Wearing the Same Dress” Leaves Audiences Laughing, Crying, and Reflecting on Important Issues

Jack Barker November 14, 2023

Hilarious, touching, and raunchy. These are just a few words that were used by audience members to describe the recent student-run play “Five Women Wearing the Same Dress.” The performance packed the...

“You on the Moors Now” poster designed by Robin Hoy ’24, and Sophie LaBella ’24

Upcoming Evergreen Players Production Combines Classic and Contemporary into a Comedic Play

Natalie Misyak November 7, 2023

This year’s fall Evergreen Players production is “You on the Moors Now,” a play about the adventures of the heroines of classic 19th-century novels and their male suitors. It is guest-directed by...

Womanhood and Growth are Central Themes in this Upcoming Student-Directed Play

Womanhood and Growth are Central Themes in this Upcoming Student-Directed Play

Jack Barker October 9, 2023

Loyola’s Evergreen Players are rehearsing an upcoming comedy about womanhood and growth called “Five Women Wearing the Same Dress.” The play is led by student director Sydney Eichel ‘24, and has...

Evergreen Players Perform The Tempest

Evergreen Players Perform The Tempest

Gabby LeGates May 1, 2023

As the scene opens with a crack of thunder, flashing lights, and a ship-like set, the audience is thrust into the world of William Shakespeare’s The Tempest.  For those unfamiliar, The Tempest is...

Heart-Wrenching Student-Directed Play “Smokefall” is a Success

Heart-Wrenching Student-Directed Play “Smokefall” is a Success

Gianna Sansonetti February 10, 2023

Trigger warning: mentions of suicide and death. Loyola’s Evergreen Players continued their spotlight tradition Jan. 19 through 22 with “Smokefall,” a play by Noah Haidle and directed by Alé Terrero...

“Everybody”: A Play about Death, Randomness, and the Unknown

“Everybody”: A Play about Death, Randomness, and the Unknown

Abby MacLeod November 17, 2022

“Everybody,” written by Branden Jacobs-Jenkins, is a modern adaptation of a play from the 15th century called “Everyman.” Directed by Jess Kingsley ‘23, It is about to make its debut in Loyola’s...

The Black Box Theater Makes its Return with “The Thanksgiving Play”

The Black Box Theater Makes its Return with “The Thanksgiving Play”

Abby MacLeod October 27, 2022

After two years, “Thanksgiving” will be the first show held in the Black Box Theatre since the pandemic. The play was written by Larissa FastHorse, who is a part of the Sicangu Lakota Nation and is...

The Evergreen Players Prepare Two New Productions This Semester

The Evergreen Players Prepare Two New Productions This Semester

Claire Marino October 21, 2022

The students are hard at work on “The Thanksgiving Play,” running from Oct. 27-30, and “Everybody,” running from Nov. 17-20.  The first play of the semester, “The Thanksgiving Play,” is directed...

A show for the history books: Milk Milk Lemonade in a Covid context

A show for the history books: “Milk Milk Lemonade” in a Covid context

Nez Blaho March 17, 2021

This past weekend, the Poison Cup Players, a student run theatre group, kicked off the spring semester show season with the play “Milk Milk Lemonade” by Joshua Conkel. This play was one of the two...

MOSAIC presents annual production of “The Vagina Monologues”

MOSAIC presents annual production of “The Vagina Monologues”

Kaitlin Quigley February 28, 2020

On Feb. 13, MOSAIC: A Womxn of Color Initiative presented “The Vagina Monologues” in McManus Theatre. In what has become an annual tradition at Loyola, the three-day run of the show brought light...

Spotlight Players present “American Soldiers”

Spotlight Players present “American Soldiers”

Kaitlin Quigley January 26, 2020

On Jan. 16, the Spotlight Players debuted their first show of the decade, “American Soldiers” underneath the dazzling lights of the Black Box Theatre. Directed by Katie O’Donnell ‘20, the show...

Evergreen Players Present “Love and Information”

Evergreen Players Present “Love and Information”

Emilie Zuhowski November 28, 2019

The Evergreen Players performed “Love and Information” from Nov. 21-24 in the Black Box Theatre. Through its 50 scenes and 100 characters, Caryl Churchill’s play conveyed the power of knowledge...

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