Theater

The story of “Romeo and Juliet” is arguably one of the most well-known in the Western world. The Loyola Theatre Department’s production of the play, however, explores the story in ways audiences might not expect. …

Theater

On a certain level, it feels irrelevant to discuss whether or not Steppenwolf for Young Adult’s (SYA) production of “Monster” is good (don’t worry, it is). Thee play’s identity lies not in its quality, but …

Arts & Entertainment

In recent months, the Loyola Theatre Department has heralded a number of initiatives to create a more diverse, inclusive and equal learning environment, including holding workshops with students and faculty, taking part in nationwide initiatives …

Theater

For the first 15 minutes of Lucas Hnath’s “The Christians,” it’s hard to tell whether you’re watching a play or a rock concert. A yellow-clad gospel choir belts out tunes of worship using handheld microphones, …

Arts & Entertainment

When you hear “Dungeons and Dragons,” what comes to mind? You probably think of a bunch of nerdy middle schoolers sitting in a basement, one of them wearing a wizard hat, or maybe a cape. …

Theater

In my studies as a theater student, I come across many good plays — plays that make me think, make me laugh or make me feel. But it’s rare that I come across a play …

Theater

Another day in the United States, another mass shooting — San Bernardino, Umpqua Community College, Charleston and Waco, just to name a few from 2015. Arguably the most infamous mass shooting in recent memory is …

Theater

There is an increasing amount of queer characters on TV and in movies nowadays, and I am overjoyed that queer people are becoming more visible. But I swear, if I see one more queer character …