To understand black women, we must look beyond seeing
As several members of the original cast of Tony Award-winning Broadway musical “Hamilton” move on to new projects, we reflect on what brought this musical its enduring legacy.
Director Callie Trawick’s punk-rock version of “Romeo & Juliet” breathes new life into Shakespeare’s most well-known play
AU cinema fraternity’s second annual film festival is a night of creativity
Sophomore Ray Uyeda’s project raises awareness about eating disorders and encourages women to love themselves.
AU Players and director Kimberly Rothberg presented “Rumors,” a farcical comedy about high society.
Director Lucette Moran said “Titus,” despite being hundreds of years old, is still relevant and important today
The Eagle reviews Michael Reese’s documentary “I Fear Regret: A Personal Transformation”
This year’s College Arts Association exhibit featured artwork exploring themes of culture and identity
Directors Amanda Swanson and Becca Winchell and the cast of 27 women performed three sold-out shows
Director Isaiah M. Wooden, cast and crew explain what it means to love
Charles L. Mee’s “Big Love” will premiere the second weekend of February.
Headliner Mike Birbiglia delivered humorous tales about arrests, religion and exercise.