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Sunday in the Park with George takes center stage

Sunday in the Park with George takes center stage

Colton Heward April 10, 2019

Students of Weber State University's Department of Performing Arts will take the stage to perform their spring production, Sunday in the Park with George, from April 11-13. Performances will begin at...

Val A. Browning Center’s Allred Theater stage floods at Weber State University on Tuesday, Sept. 1, 2015. (Ariana Berkemeier / The Signpost)

Sharing, stealing or working the spotlight

Adam Livingston March 1, 2018

Theatre is a collaborative form of fine art that uses actors to present the experience of a real or imagined event before a live audience in a specific place, often a stage. Actors are seen on stage performing,...

(Source: Tribune News Service)

Award-Winning Theater Company, Reymala coming to Weber State

Rosa Arambula April 14, 2017

Weber State University’s Department of Foreign Language presents the award-winning theater company, Reymala, who will perform their play “La Reunión De Los Zanni.”Reymala has performed...

(Source: Tribune News Service)

Obra de teatro Reymala viene a Weber State

Rosa Arambula April 13, 2017

El Departamento de Lengua Extranjera de Weber State University presentará una obra de teatro galardonado de Reymala, presentarán su obra La Reunión De Los Zanni.Reymala ha presentado sus...

Weber State University police cars sit outside the Browning Center as officials work to maintain a flood in the building and evacuate students and faculty. (Emily Crooks / The Signpost)

Browning Center floods, ‘Marriage’ continues

Ezekiel Lee March 24, 2017

The Val A. Browning Center for Performing Arts flooded on March 23 in the afternoon."We were in rehearsal, and the fire alarm started to go off and we went to the Shepherd Union," said Riley French, a...

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