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Hecuba dress rehearsal

“Hecuba” – Returning to theater’s roots

Cassie Hollasch May 1, 2021

As May approaches, there is a newfound warmth in the air: warmth that comes with summer looming over the horizon, and a sense of warmth that accompanies the hope that for once, the pandemic may have an...

Homestretch: Important UNH end-of-semester dates

Homestretch: Important UNH end-of-semester dates

Cassie Hollasch April 20, 2021

Sunday May 2: Last Day to Register for Commencement  Tuesday May 11: Last Day of Classes  Wednesday-Thursday May 12-13: Reading Days  Friday May 14: Finals begin  Sunday May...

Short and sweet: Miracle Workers and embracing miniseries

Short and sweet: Miracle Workers and embracing miniseries

Cassie Hollasch April 15, 2021

It can be sad seeing a good thing come to an end; and when it comes to entertainment, this couldn’t be more true. Getting swept up into a story and witnessing characters grow and eventually having to...

Newington movie theater set to reopen in May

Newington movie theater set to reopen in May

Cassie Hollasch April 9, 2021

Regal Cinemas Fox Run and RPX theater will open its doors once again in Newington on May 7. The theater, which closed in October of last year in response to COVID-19, is one of many Regal Cinemas...

Wildcat ways to enjoy the spring safely

Wildcat ways to enjoy the spring safely

Cassie Hollasch March 23, 2021

Early spring in New Hampshire can be finicky in its first few weeks but even so, it is still one of the best times of the year. With spring’s warm sunshine after months of coldness and the gentle breezes...

I Care a Lot”: A thrilling flick with a muddled message

“I Care a Lot”: A thrilling flick with a muddled message

Cassie Hollasch March 23, 2021

It can be rare to find a movie where you don’t want the main character to win. Sure, there are films where the protagonists do a litany of awful things from heading mafias to flat-out murder, yet often...

Tom Alsip’s UNH Directorial Debut

Tom Alsip’s UNH Directorial Debut

Cassie Hollasch March 4, 2021

Directing a musical production. Starting a job somewhere new. Being an educator during a pandemic. All three of these things by themselves are challenges, but add all of these situations together and...

Video games for long (social) distance game nights

Video games for long (social) distance game nights

Cassie Hollasch February 23, 2021

It has been almost a year since life as we’ve known it, including the ways we socialize with one another, has been changed by COVID-19. Even though some of these challenges have been alleviated thanks...

The Show Must Go On: Mask and Daggers Tartuffe

The Show Must Go On: Mask and Dagger’s Tartuffe

Cassie Hollasch February 17, 2021

Murphy’s Law: Anything that can go wrong, will go wrong. If you are familiar with the inner workings of theater, you have most likely heard this phrase at some point. In the quick-paced world of acting...

Feel-good films about self-love

Feel-good films about self-love

Cassie Hollasch February 11, 2021

Valentine’s Day often is a mixed box of chocolates for a lot of folks. For both partnered people and single people alike, Valentine’s Day is a feel-good time despite the coldness of February. But...

The Midnight Sky: A Necessary Futuristic Film

The Midnight Sky: A Necessary Futuristic Film

Cassie Hollasch January 27, 2021

The future can be as terrifying as it is exciting. As we all move through life anticipating what will come next as best we can, there are things that can easily fill us with dread. Among this is one of...

UNH Theatre excels in Hershel and the Hanukkah Goblins

UNH Theatre excels in “Hershel and the Hanukkah Goblins”

Cassie Hollasch December 7, 2020

A village forced into darkness. Eight nights to bring light and joy back. Eight terrifying goblins, each more fearsome than the last. One clever wanderer who can outsmart them and save Hanukkah.   UNH’s...

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