Massachusetts Daily Collegian

UMass theater department delivers a hit with “Fools for Love”

By Jessica Troland

November 13, 2012

Filed under Arts & Living, Culture, Theatre

A woman sits on a bed staring into nothingness. Across the room, a man sits in a chair off to the right, elbows on his knees, staring at her. The woman, May, is a small-framed brunette with big brown eyes. The man is Eddie, a tall dark haired countr...

Still one more weekend to catch ‘Urinetown’

By Chelsie Field

March 4, 2012

Filed under Theatre

If a writer from The Onion and a Broadway star reproduced, the product would be “Urinetown: The Musical” by Greg Kotis and Mark Hollmann. The music may be happy, but this is not a happy musical – or so forewarns the n...

“Unruly Mujeres” praises lives of Spanish nuns

By Alissa Mesibov

September 22, 2010

Filed under Archives

Catherine the Great, Molly Pitcher, and Joan of Arc are names of famous women who defied the expectations of their gender and rose to greatness. What about all of the other women who did the same, but whose names have been lost...