Women voice their struggles at “The Vagina Monologues” 0

  By Daniella Gonzalez   Students listened eagerly to “The Little Coochie Snorcher That Could,” a piece from the award-winning play, “The Vagina Monologues,” performed in the Philip J. Cohen Theater in the Student Union last Saturday.   The play,

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“To Kill a Mockingbird” wows audiences 0

By Olivia Enriquez Contreras   The Nevada Conservatory Theater’s production of “To Kill a Mockingbird” plays through this week, as if by fate, to bid farewell to its author, Harper Lee, who passed away last Friday.   Before the show began,

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Involvement: RSO’s 0

UNLV’s Office of Student Engagement & Diversity (OSED) is the gateway to all organizations on campus. With so many organizations, ranging from sport clubs, fandoms, social-based and social action clubs, it’s almost guaranteed any student can find something to get

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History hides in abandoned theater by UNLV

Occasionally, my editor will ask me to do an investigation piece. This time, it was to find out what exactly the abandoned University Theatre building on Maryland Parkway, right before University Road, is. It can be found in the University

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The Vagina Monologues: Until the violence stops

One in three women worldwide will be sexually or physically assaulted in their lifetime. This is the equivalent of about one billion women. Referred to as the “One Billion Statistic,” this number is one of the reasons why V-Day exists.

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“Nevada!” proves to be a Theatrical Tale of Dreams 0

Just as some people celebrate the end of October with candy and costumes, others will be commemorating Nevada’s 150th birthday. In celebration of this sesquicentennial, the Nevada Conservatory Theater began the month of October with a production of David Kranes’ Nevada!.

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“My Children! My Africa!”: Dramatic storytelling leaves audience satisfied 0

Words are weapons. That was the general message that spread through the Black Box Theater on Friday night as roughly 100 people attended the opening of Athol Fugard’s, My Children! My Africa! Set in 20th century South Africa, the play

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Mark Twain lives on through Hal Holbrook

  It has been a little over a century since the death of Mark Twain, but actor Hal Holbrook has been keeping Twain’s legacy alive with his show, Mark Twain Tonight! Holbrook, who has been portraying the American novelist for

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Seminar teaches campus a thing or two

  Sex, power, envy, search, fame. These were some of the words displayed on a projected background before a performance of Theresa Rebeck’s play, Seminar. Seminar stars four aspiring novelists in modern New York who sign up for private writing

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Break a leg with campus plays 0

  At times, life can be so full of drama. So why not spend your time viewing a play here on campus? After all, with the theater department hosting a variety of plays this spring semester, there’s bound to be

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