Student review: ‘Eurydice’ tells the story of love and the hellish fate of those who lose it

(CONTRIBUTED/ Quinton Cockrell) Madeline Hill, a sophomore theater major from Alabaster, Alabama, performed as the titular Eurydice during the play’s run last weekend.  Pradyot Sharma Editor-in-Chief The Troy Department of Theater and Dance presented an adaptation of Sarah Ruhl’s “Eurydice,” a modern retelling of the myth of the musician Orpheus and Eurydice, this past weekend. The Read More

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UAC event gets students active with dance

Lirona Joshi Staff Writer The University Activity Council (UAC) is collaborating with The Muscle Fitness Club to organize a Trap Zumba event on September 25 at the Bibb Graves Quad.  The event will be led by a professional instructor from Montgomery. It is open to all students and will be run as two sessions, one at Read More

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‘Together We’ celebrates 10-year anniversary of dance department

Andrea Hammack Staff Writer Troy University’s dance department is celebrating its 10-year anniversary this month.  In light of this celebration, the dance department will be holding a performance, “Together We,” in order to reflect on the progress the department has made over the years. The performance will showcase the talents of Troy theater and dance alumni.  Read More

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National theater festival provides opportunity for competition, community, and confidence

Andrea Hammack  Staff Writer Lilly Barnett Contributor Selected Troy University students traveled to Spartanburg, South Carolina, last week to participate in the Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival (KCACTF) that was held from Feb. 6 -9.  Troy has been participating in the festival since the 1980s. Each year, students from numerous universities all over the United Read More

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