‘All My Sons’ premieres

Liberty’s cast depicts subtle themes in a play dedicated to veterans A storm rolled across the stage of Liberty University’s Tower Theater opening night March 1 as the cast prepared to reveal a story riddled with tragic themes. According to Neal Brasher, the play’s director, “All My Sons” is a naturalistic play set in the mid-20th century. The play follows […]

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Theater students travel to New York City

Every October for the past four years, the Theatre Department at Liberty University has taken graduating seniors to New York City to experience theater on a larger scale. This year, 14 students had the opportunity to be mentored by major Broadway actors, audition in front of directors and attend three different musicals including Peter and the Starcatcher, Once and Newsies. […]

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Alluvion takes flight

Peter Pan took Liberty University’s theater program to new heights, April 13, as the curtain opened on Alluvion Stage Company’s premiere production. The show, the first to feature alumni and students together on one stage, sold out in its first weekend, offering promise to future Alluvion productions. “It was a solid opening show,” Alluvion Stage Company’s Artistic Director and Peter […]

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Peter Pan unleashes imagination

“I think the word I would use to describe the show is ‘magical,’” Liberty junior Carson Burkett, who played John Darling, said as he interacted with the crowd after Peter Pan’s opening performance. The musical Peter Pan, which is Alluvion Stage Company’s première production, took flight Friday, April 13. The show, which is based on the original play by Sir […]

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Star-crossed lovers take stage

Liberty Theatre brings to stage Shakespeare’s well-known classic Seats filled quickly and the show began as director Neal Brasher recited the first lines of Shakespeare’s well-known romantic tragedy. Liberty University’s Department of Theatre Arts saw a full crowd, Dec. 2, for the opening night of the Tower theater’s final production of the semester, Romeo and Juliet. “Immediately as the curtain […]

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