NSU Drama presents ‘Moon Over Buffalo’

Published 4/19/18

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Brittany Amlin, Contributing Writer

The NSU drama department will open its production of Ken Ludwig’s comedy “Moon Over Buffalo,” directed by Scott Pursley. The plot of “Moon Over Buffalo” centers around a group of traveling actors working in a repertory theater in Buffalo, New York. Married couple George Hay and Charlotte Hay are the main characters of the story.


Sequoyah Institute showcases Cirque Zuma Zuma

Published 2/17/18

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Jalen Porter, TNE Writer

The Sequoyah Institute is showcasing several events during the spring semester. This month the Sequoyah Institute will provide an event with a different scenery called Cirque Zuma Zuma. The event is part of the institute’s performing arts series. Members of the NSU Drama Department and the Sequoyah Institute are working together to bring the performance to NSU.


Visiting group of actors teach students the art of foley

Published 12/5/17

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Marissa Mitchell, TNE Writer

This past week, the Sequoyah Institute presented the holiday classic “It’s a Wonderful Life: Live from WVL Radio.” The show is the retelling of the age-old story through a cast of four 1940s radio actors who have been abandoned in the WVL radio station with a full, live audience in the middle of a blizzard. The actors use the foley arts and take on almost 15 different roles a piece to tell the story of George Bailey to the live audience, as well as the fictional radio listeners.


NSU drama presents upcoming production of “For Better”

Published 11/1/17

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Marissa Mitchell, TNE Writer

In a time when technology has become a social norm, newer generations have found new means of courting significant others. NSU drama’s upcoming production of “For Better” by Eric Coble follows Karen Baedeker who falls in love with a man she only communicates with via phone or computer. In fact, 85 percent of the dialogue in this play is spoken over the phone.


Drama students use skills to tech Sequoyah Institute shows

Published 10/17/17

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Marissa Mitchell, TNE Writer

Sequoyah Institute’s motto is “Enriching lives through arts and culture.” It is the aim to enrich the lives of everyone involved, even the drama students backstage at the shows. For many years, students and instructors of the drama program have teamed up with the SI to assist in all sorts of theatrical technical aspects for the SI season of shows. Even though every show in a typical SI season is not a play, drama students are still able to help with technical aspects they have already learned about in the classroom like lighting or sound.


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