A madwoman runs wildly across the University Union (UU) Plaza after dark. A firefighter appears for 15 seconds before disappearing without a word as a beauty in mirrored clothing glances through a hole in a leaf. Couples come together and break…
The ‘60s saw an American launched into space, a wall built through Berlin and one of the biggest cultural revolutions our nation has ever seen. Now fans of the bygone era can revisit their roots with San Luis Obispo’s rollicking…
When people say they’re going to see the Rocky Horror Picture show, they’re not just going to sit down with a bucket of popcorn to watch a movie.
In Greek, the word “antigone” means unbending. And in the Greek tragedy “Antigone” by Sophocles — which will be performed in the Spanos Theatre Nov. 18 to Nov. 20 — that’s just what the main character Antigone had to be to honor her brother.
From July 8 to July 31, Shimmy Shake Shine! by accomplished choreographer Suzy Miller dazzled crowds with its seemingly random yet unified collection of 35 dance and song numbers.
From the eerie start, Side Show, a four-time nominated musical opening tonight at Cal Poly, is disturbingly intimate as the lights fade up to a stoic crowd of carnies starring at the audience inviting to ‘come look at the freaks’.
Cal Poly’s theatre and dance department is presenting student directed one act plays. The play festival will be June 6 and 7 in the black box theatre room 212 in the H.P. Davidson Music Center. Showtimes are at 1 p.m., 3 p.m., 5 p.m. and 7 p.m.