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Current Nevada Conservatory Theatre News
Mistaken identities, unrequited love, reunited school chums, and a whole pot of noodles add flavor to this quick-paced romantic comedy that will delight the entire family.
This year, the university honors both 2020 and 2021 recipients - and the line-up of Las Vergas luminaries couldn't be brighter!
Each weekly episode focuses on a different art theme.
Lawmakers to hear from faculty, students on first-ever ‘Fine Arts Day.’
This new department chair says the move to UNLV allows her to continue her commitment to developing new generations of theater devotees.
Excluded as a black man from the major leagues during his prime, Troy Maxon's bitterness takes its toll on his relationships with his wife and son.
Nevada Conservatory Theatre In The News
UNLV’s Master of Fine Arts candidates show off their recent works Friday at the Open Studios event.
Since it was first published in 1950, C.S. Lewis' beloved Chronicles of Narnia fantasy series has delighted generations of kids and adults. In The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, young Lucy leads her siblings through a mysterious wardrobe, leaving behind besieged World War II-era England for the otherworldly land of Narnia.
Like Shakespeare’s Hamlet, Pippin is a prince — the son of the medieval king Charlemagne.
It’s an hour before curtain on opening night. There’s a jolly, frantic feeling among the cast and crew as they make the final preparations for the first production from the new student-run theater group, UNLV Second Stage.
Players come and go, but the team plays on. That’s as true in the theater as it is on the athletic field. The latest case in point: Nevada Conservatory Theatre, UNLV’s professional theater training program, which launches its 2017-18 season Friday with “Take Me Out,” playwright Richard Greenberg’s comedy-drama about a beloved baseball star’s revelation that he’s gay.