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For the first two acts of “Mr. Burns: A Post-Electric Play,” leaves cover the floor of the Stieren Theatre’s stage. The clearing of the leaves at the start of act three signifies to the audience that the play is about to change. The apocalyptic fog covering the first two acts has lifted in the fictional 75-year time jump between act two and act three, revealing the mythologized donut from both “The Simpsons” and Trinity Theatre’s marketing...

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The theatre department debuted “Into the Woods” last Friday, but preparation for this semester’s mainstage show has been ongoing since auditions were held in August. The production staff spent the past two months assembling a complicated, challenging, yet ultimately rewarding piece of theatre. “This year is different because ‘Into the Woods’ is such a well-known show,” said Casey Deal, junior theatre major and assistant costume designer. “To make it different from what has been done...

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After the very successful and well-received “Theatre for Social Change” project, the Trinity theatre department is once again getting ready for another big hit. Starting last week, an “all-star cast” has begun rehearsals for the critically acclaimed musical “Into the Woods.” It is directed by Nathan Stith, assistant professor of human communication and theatre, who is fresh from his first year of teaching and brings with him a wealth of experience. To get to know...