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Theater Review: The Ladies Man

Theater Review: The Ladies Man

Photo provided by Ohio College of Fine Arts Infidelity, the theme of popular television shows such as Scandal, The Good Wife and Mistresses, lends itself as the backbone of story lines to draw in audiences seeking steamy and rebellious entertainment. The “cheating husband that wants to have his cake and eat it too” is a familiar

Theater Review: The Library

Photo provided by Ohio College of Fine Arts On Wednesday, two young students and a teacher were injured in a school shooting in South Carolina, according to reports; the same date marked the opening night of Ohio University Theater Division’s play, The Library. Written by Scott Z. Burns, The Library is a compelling drama about gun

Urinetown Reivew

Photos by Steven Pozz Premise A collaboration between the Ohio University Theater Division and School of Music, Urinetown is a musical that focusses on the themes of an unsustainable and economically-imbalanced society. In the fictional setting of Urinetown, a catastrophic drought has caused a serious water shortage. To combat the shortage, a corporation known as