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Teresa Kuruvilla, a 31-year-old Loyola alum, is set to perform in playwright Zoe Kazan’s “After the Blast,” a play about the psychological stress of being trapped inside for years after a catastrophic event. Sound familiar? …

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In a poignant story about childhood, Loyola’s Department of Fine and Performing Arts makes a familiar story feel brand new with its spring musical, “Into the Woods.” More recently adapted with the 2014 Disney movie, …

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Loyola’s showing of “Everybody” successfully dazzles with an immersive show of stellar acting, sound effects, lighting and unique presentation of a morality play.  The play seamlessly adapts the medieval play “The Summoning of Everyman” into …

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It’s confirmed — everybody dies in Loyola’s upcoming production of “Everybody” by Brendan Jacobs-Jenkins. The play premieres Feb. 17, and although the process has proven to be a challenge for cast members, the entertaining lottery …

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As the house lights dim and the sound of light ‘20s swing slowly fades, audience members likely won’t be prepared for the journey ahead of them.  “Radium Girls” follows the story of the higher-ups in …

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“Radium Girls” is a play about real life and exactly how much it’s worth.  Themes of social justice and fighting for women’s rights have reverberated throughout modern history, and the century-old struggle of the U.S. …

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Grace Schuler would arrive at the movie early, nestling herself in the middle of the F, G or H row with a blue slushie, medium popcorn and Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups in tow.  Prior to …

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With a transition to online programming, March 4 marked the first virtual NEXT College Night, a program for college students through Chicago’s Lyric Opera that seeks to immerse undergraduate and graduate students in opera with …