Theatre





‘Drowsy’ sends up ‘20s Broadway

The first line of “The Drowsy Chaperone,” directed by American River College adjunct professor Bob Irving, is a simple three words meant to make the…


Tony nominations

Most people only focus on the Grammy Awards or the Academy Awards, maybe the Screen Actors Guild Awards or Golden Globes Awards. Fewer people mainstream…


Iambic industrialism in ARC theater production

William Shakespeare’s comedies always have a wedding, and the American River College Theater production of “Much Ado About Nothing” is no exception. While the main…



Ye olde English meets Steampunk

There will be a robot and there might be steam. American River College’s production of the Shakespeare classic “Much ado about nothing” is a steampunk…



Sex, science, and a tortoise

The first of two main stage plays presented by the American River College Theater program this semester, will begin its two-week run on Friday. “Arcadia,”…