The Clarion

Benvolio and Romeo discuss evening plans. Fine acting, along with an equisite set and intricate costuming, brought Romeo and Juiiet to a profession level production.

‘Romeo and Juliet’ performance was stunning

Natalie Connors, Editor in chief March 30, 2015

The words are immortal. “Wherefore Art thou Romeo?” They are spoken as young Juliet Capulet laments from her window of the forbidden love. This March, the play that has stood for centuries as the epitome...

Reggie Kellum (right) practices sword fighting with Jeff Skubal (left) for the upcoming performance of Romeo and Juliet.

‘Romeo and Juliet’ performers learn stage combat

Josh Zytkiewicz, Photographer March 5, 2015

Madison College students rehearse the finer points of sword fighting for Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet. Pictured actors Reggie Kellum and Carver Campos spar off, preparing for their roles as Prince...

Madison College Performing Arts is putting on the play,

‘Permanent Collections’ addresses racism

Marisa Comeau-Kerege, Arts Editor November 11, 2014

Madison College’s Performing Arts presents their fall production of “Permanent Collections.”  This play, by Thomas Gibbons, deals with the issue of racism in American society. In an interview...

Mark Huismann plays Atticus Finch in Madison College Performing Arts' production of

PLAYING FINCH: Veteran actor joins cast of ‘To Kill a Mockingbird’

Ryan Spoehr, Copy editor March 6, 2013

“To Kill a Mockingbird” is set to take the stage at the Mitby Theatre as a production of Madison College Performing Arts. Originally intended to be a fall production, “To Kill a Mockingbird” will...

The Foreigner

‘The Foreigner’ helps us find humor in controversy

Adrian Holtzman, Staff writer March 7, 2012

“The Foreigner,” written by American playwright Larry Shue, is currently being performed at the Mitby Theatre. The hysterical comedy of a shy Englishman, Charlie Baker (played by Dylan Kox), pretending...

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