A comic has been transformed into a musical on a Morgantown stage.
WVU’s School of Theater and Dance will bring its staging of the epic tale of Pericles to a close this weekend.
While some bands crash and burn, others fight past the obstacles and remain intact throughout the years, never letting go of their passion for music.
Audiences should expect to see dances ranging from hip-hop to jazz, to contemporary to modern. The dances are characterized by what the new vice president of the Student Dance Association, junior dance student Rachel Moffitt, describes as "interesting takes on songs."
The show is appropriate for all ages. The world-renowned magicians include The Anti-Conjurer, The Trickster, The Manipulator, The Inventor, The Weapon Master, The Deceptionist and The Escapologist.
“Venus in Fur” is a two-person play that takes place at the tail end of a casting call for an adaptation of the 1870 Austrian novel of the same name written by the main character, Thomas Novacheck.
Based on the 1983 film "Flashdance," "Flashdance the Musical" tells the timeless tale of Alex Owens, a Pittsburgh steel mill welder by day and an exotic bar dancer by night. The musical follows Alex’s journey to pursue her dreams as a professional performer. When Alex becomes romantically in…
"Waving Goodbye" debuted last Friday as a part of The Lab Theatre Spring Season. This was the second show of its season that was completely directed and produced by students. "Waving Goodbye" encompasses a story of triumph and emotion as 17-year-old, Lily Blue, lives with her absent mother d…
Located only an hour away from Morgantown in the small town of Cumberland, Maryland, Delfest has become one of the most popular bluegrass festivals in the nation.
Lotus, an electronic jam band, can be compared to the father of all jam bands, the Grateful Dead, and the infamous Phish mixed with today’s electronic music. With roots in rock and roll, Lotus also dabbles in jazz, funk, hip-hop and many other genres.
Each character in “Disgraced” is beautifully flawed, and the way the text attacks those flaws is how the plot moves forward. The human relationships between the actors were so vibrant that those watching could reach out and touch it. This life is what really fortified the meaning and kept th…
Mountain Stage with Larry Groce will record in front of a live audience as five artists perform harmoniously on stage. The two-hour radio show is recorded and produced daily in West Virginia and broadcasted on 150 stations internationally.
The show will begin at 9 p.m., at Mainstage Morgantown. The Manor and Friends hope to raise money for the ALS Association, a nonprofit organization dedicated to the fight against Lou Gehrig’s Disease.
The West Virginia University School of Music and Community Music Program will celebrate the holiday season with the University’s seasonal presentation of "O Holy Night."
Hamric has the light, soft style that Black Bear looks for during dinnertime entertainment, so he keeps coming back to play.
"The Beaux’ Stratagem" is a comedy through and through. Each character is a charmingly corrupt individual. From the local robbery ring run by the town priest Gloss, the inn keep Boniface and his lustful daughter Cherry, to the mad scientist-eque Lady Bountiful, a wealthy matriarch whose ill-…
The concert took place in the Lyell B. Clay Theatre in the Creative Arts Center. The night featured WVU’s premiere music ensemble under the conduction of Mitchell Arnold, Associate Professor of Music and Director of Orchestral Studies at the University.
The WVU School of Theatre and Dance will present "The Beaux’ Stratagem," in the Gladys G. Davis Theatre at the Creative Arts Center. The show premieres Thursday at 7:30 p.m. with additional performances on Friday, and Dec. 1-5 at 7:30 p.m., and Dec. 6 at 2 p.m.
The Metropolitan Theatre is hosting the Morgantown Dance Company for the 30th anniversary of "The Nutcracker" at 2:30 and 7:30 p.m., on Nov. 20 and 2:30 p.m., on Nov. 21.
The West Virginia Symphony Orchestra, established in 1939, has enriched the region through live orchestral music. Since its foundation, the WVSO has served as a source of entertainment and educational learning opportunity primarily in the Parkersburg, Charleston, Fairmont and Beckley areas,…
Tables and chairs surrounded the stage, the lights dimming as the performance began. Protagonist Dev was the first to appear, urging audience members to chime in and shout "start the f***ing" play."