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Join the space race by seeing SUTD’s “Sputnik 2”

Join the space race by seeing SUTD’s “Sputnik 2”

Sarah Lukowski, Arts Editor March 2, 2021

Get ready for take off with the Suffolk University Theater Department (SUTD) virtual showcase of “Sputnik 2,” which is premiering next week.  This semester’s festival of “Sputnik 2,” which...

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The Hub Theatre Company of Boston adapts “Solitaire Suite” to Zoom

Ashley Fairchild, Staff Writer February 23, 2021

The Hub Theatre Company in Boston took on the play “Solitaire Suite,” written by local playwright Trent England, which opened on Feb. 20.  The play is a story about a small family and a night where...

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Suffolk Performing Arts Office celebrates 20th anniversary

Morgan Torre, Asst. Copy Editor December 8, 2020

There may not be much to celebrate about 2020, but Suffolk University’s Performing Arts Office (PAO) has geared up to commemorate its 20th anniversary.  Established as its own entity in 2000, the...

The Hub Theatre Company of Boston returned to the (virtual) stage this fall with Shakespeare’s timeless comedy

Much Ado about Zooming: Hub Theatre Company takes on Shakespeare

Ashley Fairchild, Staff Writer November 24, 2020

The Hub Theatre Company of Boston took on a new adaptation of Shakespeare’s play “Much Ado About Nothing” this past weekend, giving viewers the chance to get some artistic culture from the comfort...

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Suffolk Theatre launches “Sputnik”

Sarah Lukowski, Arts Editor November 24, 2020

Over the weekend, the Suffolk University Theatre Department (SUTD) launched “Sputnik,” a virtual festival of four student-written and directed plays. Performances took place on Nov. 19-21 over the...

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Get ready for take off with Suffolk theatre’s “Sputnik”

Emily Beatty, Journal Contributor November 17, 2020

The Suffolk University Theatre Department (SUTD) will produce its annual fall showcase, “Sputnik,” but it looks a little different this year due to the ongoing pandemic.  COVID-19 has forced the...

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To mute or not to mute: “To Gather Apart” perfectly captures the new virtual world

Sarah Lukowski, Arts Editor October 27, 2020

Over the weekend, cast members of the Suffolk University Theatre Department came together to produce their first show of the semester, “To Gather Apart,” an online comic drama about creating relationships...

Suffolk student will direct virtual performance of 'The Lover'

Suffolk student will direct virtual performance of ‘The Lover’

Morgan Hume April 9, 2020

There’s an old saying in theater that the show must go on, even if that means performing the show virtually over Zoom during this unprecedented period of social distancing.  Suffolk University’s...

Suffolk theatre department finds solutions to remote learning challenges

Suffolk theatre department finds solutions to remote learning challenges

Morgan Hume March 20, 2020

Along with other colleges across the city and country, Suffolk University announced on March 12 that all classes would be taught remotely for the rest of the semester in response to concerns about the...

Hearts will shatter at the Sullivan Studio Theatre

Hearts will shatter at the Sullivan Studio Theatre

Julia Ahaesy March 4, 2020

Throughout life on Earth, every human forms different relationships that can save us or destroy us. With excitement comes disappointment, with pleasure comes pain and with love comes heartbreak. The Suffolk...

‘Fiddler on the Roof’ cast sticks to tradition in lively show

‘Fiddler on the Roof’ cast sticks to tradition in lively show

Morgan Hume March 4, 2020

Whether you’ve seen it once or 100 times, you’ll be humming the famous tunes while exiting the theater after seeing this classic musical. The touring cast of “Fiddler on the Roof” reached Boston...

UDOT members step out from behind the curtain to address the crowd

UDOT lights up Suffolk during annual tech show

Phoebe Adams March 4, 2020

When one thinks of the performing arts, it is often the singers, actors and dancers that are remembered and praised for their performance. However, the true unsung heroes of the performing arts world are...

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