British buffoonery, farcical antics bring big laughs to HU stage
Casting uproarious laughter and rambunctious shenanigans as main characters, Huntington University Theater Company presents the delightful world-renowned British comedy, “Charley’s Aunt.”
HU’s theater camp soars with ‘Disney’s Aladdin Jr.’
Do you have dreams of soaring on a magic carpet or finding a genie in a magic lamp? Then, “Disney’s Aladdin Jr.” is the place to be this summer. Huntington University will host its annual Summer Theatre Youth Camp from June 23 – July 12 for kids in grades 2-12.
Theater majors visit day set for Feb. 21
Huntington University will host a visit day for all theater majors on Feb. 21.
‘Red’ paints a different tone across studio stage at Huntington University
Riches and high achievement, torment and darkness tantalize Mark Rothko during the prime of his artistic career. Huntington University Theater Company presents the six-time 2010 Tony Award winning drama “Red,” to open Feb. 13.
HUTC’s ‘Reckless’ selected to perform at regional festival
The Huntington University Theatre Company’s dramatic rendition of “Reckless” has been selected as a participating production at the regional Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival (KCACTF). This is the first time that an HU show has been honored at this level.
Theater majors visit day set for Nov. 15
Huntington University will host a visit day for all theater majors on Nov. 15.
‘Seven Brides for Seven Brothers’ dances onto HU’s stage
Singing, dancing and courting Oregon wilderness style, sets the tone for this musical theater classic as Huntington University’s Theater and Music Departments present “Seven Brides for Seven Brothers.”
HUTC’s ‘The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe’ roars into the fall season
Aslan has been waiting for two sons of Adam and two daughters of Eve for many years. The prophecy soon will be fulfilled as the Huntington University Theatre Company opens its fall season with C.S. Lewis’ “The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe” on Sept 26.
New York-based actress returns to HU to direct ‘Seven Brides’
Going courtin’ is back in style at Huntington University as guest director Robin Higginbotham brings a timeless musical to the stage this fall.
‘Les Misérables’ to feature HU alumni
Four of Huntington University’s finest are experiencing the passion, triumph and redemption in the Fort Wayne Civic Theatre’s production of “Les Misérables.”