“Picnic” Brings Big Laughs to the Main Stage

By Allison McCausland A&E and Online Editor Act 1 extends the Labor Day weekend into October with William Inge’s comedy classic Picnic, which ran from Sept. 26 to Oct. 7 at the Labuda Center for the Performing Arts Theater. Contemporary at the time of its opening, Picnic gives a glimpse into the relationships between men and women in the 1950s Midwest over a Labor … [Read more...]

“The Crucible” is another hit for Act 1

By Allison McCausland Online Editor Act One outdoes itself once again with their spring semester drama, topping last year’s “Elektra” with the tantalizing and intense Arthur Miller classic, “The Crucible.” Although rooted in the past, many of the themes and feelings resonate with audiences today, as previously discussed in the Theatre Tea Talk the department held Feb. … [Read more...]