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This group of performers takes over a space and makes it their own.

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With an artful blend of music, choreography and plot, West Side Story strikes every audience’s heart.

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This production of Shakespeare’s comedy made you want to join the festivities onstage.

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An inspiring and heart-wrenching play, MU’s production of “The Vagina Monologues” promises to make you uncomfortable, but, more importantly, to make you think.

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The rock opera-turned-musical stopped in Columbia for a night of entertainment. “American Idiot” also commented on life post-9/11, Green Day style.

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Inspecting Carol Recap

December 7, 2013 1:03 am by

The cast of Inspecting Carol brings Charles Dickens’ famous A Christmas Carol to the next level in this Christmas and mistaken identity play-within-a-play comedy.

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India Night 2013

November 3, 2013 7:33 pm by

One night each year, India comes to Jesse Hall. The Cultural Association of India’s annual performance, India Night, brings the best of the country music and dance to a stage near you. It’s a mix of two worlds, and the best of both.

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Warning: this is not your grand-parents’ Sherlock Holmes. The famous detective is adapted for the stage in “Sherlock Holmes: The Final Adventure.” But what ways has he been represented in pop-culture in recent years?

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Spring Awakening: Recap

October 9, 2013 11:00 pm by

Love Broadway? Well Broadway has come to MU’s Rhynsburger Theatre with this rendition of Spring Awakening musical.

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A few of the True/False films have been released in box offices around the country and will come to Ragtag Cinema.

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Romeo and Juliet goes punk

May 17, 2013 9:00 am by

Upcoming GreenHouse Theatre Project production takes a twist on the Shakespearean classic

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Comedian and actor Martin Short will write a memoir about his career in show business. The book is set to release in fall 2014.

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The Movies in the Park series returns to Flat Branch Park on May 3 and will continue throughout the summer. We’ve got the list of films that will be featured.

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Playwright and screenwriter, Tony Kushner, came to MU on April 24. The event was part of a mini-conference called “Angels in Performance: Documenting LGBTQ Lives in Theatre and Performance.”

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Tony Kushner to come to MU

April 23, 2013 10:08 pm by

Famous playwright and screenwriter, Tony Kushner, is to come to MU’s Rhynsburger Theatre. This event precedes the MU production of his famous play, Angels in America.

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CoMo Pride Month festivities

April 2, 2013 12:00 pm by

April is Pride Month, and there are plenty of events throughout the month to cater to a variety of people, whether you are looking to attend a drag show or just listen in on a radio discussion.

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Click This: Voucherry

March 6, 2013 4:00 pm by

Feel good about going out with this app that allows users to fundraise for their favorite causes at no cost to them.

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Maybe it’s because it’s so early in the morning, or it could be because of the film it’s paired with. Whatever the reason for the monicker, the Weird Wake Up at Odd Fellows Lodge was a delicious way to start the last day of True/False.

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Lee Expressive Arts Elementary students have made insect sculptures out of magnets and x-rays. Their installation will be featured at this year’s True/False Film Fest.

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Movie-watching Courtesy

February 27, 2013 7:00 pm by

Dressing up for True/False? Take a minute and make sure you don’t do the following to the screenings.

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