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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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In the late afternoon of last Thursday, Jan. 18, the Skyline Room filled with friends, family and others who were impacted by the life of Robert Foye. Foye was a 19-year-old sophomore studying business administration and political science when he passed away on Jan. 13. He was widely known and respected throughout the Trinity community.  Foye died as a result of experimentation with a whippit, a small container of nitrous oxide that is intended for use in...

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I had the great pleasure of going to see the preview showing of Trinity University Theatre Department’s fall musical production of “Into the Woods.” To put it simply, I was blown away. From its magical set and awesome direction to the incredible individual performances, it could be one of Trinity’s best shows and is by far the best I’ve seen at the school. I wasn’t alone in this flowing of praise for the musical. “I...

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Everyone at Trinity University is busy. Whether this is due to school, athletics, extracurriculars, Greek life or maintaining a social life, none of us seem to have enough hours in the day to get everything we want done. While the normal and, some might say, sane student should take 15 hours, the majority of students pile on the workload “” they pack their schedules with 18 hours, retain membership in three student organizations, play intramural...

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It’s no easy task for students to write, produce, direct and act out a theatre production, but the folks behind “Cult” rose to the challenge and stuck the landing. Written by Holly Gabelmann and directed by Nico Champion, both junior theatre majors, the play packed the Attic Theatre two nights in a now. When the seats all filled, audience members resorted to sitting on the floor and in the aisles to catch the very first...