‘A Year with Frog and Toad’ brings childhood out of the woodwork

Hannah Croft hannahcroft.md@gmail.com Childhood friends Frog and Toad are getting ready to emerge from hibernation, with the help of Cal Poly Theatre and Dance Department. For the next two weeks, Alex and Faye Spanos Theatre will turn forested for Tony…

“Hair”-raising Broadway show to rock PAC

Aryn Sanderson arts@mustangdaily.net Does a futile war, a disappointed younger generation and an outrageous anti-establishment movement sound a little too familiar? “Hair” — a groovy musical jam-packed with sex, drugs and rock ’n’ roll — will hit the Christopher Cohan…

The big red dog comes to the green and gold

Kelly Trom ktrom@mustangdaily.net A piece of many childhoods is coming to the Christopher Cohan Performing Arts Center (PAC) in the form of a musical performance of Scholastic’s Clifford the Big Red Dog LIVE! It will be presented Wednesday at 6…

Play gives voice to formerly incarcerated people

Allison Montroy allisonmontroy.md@gmail.com A policeman stands menacingly on the linoleum floor. In front of him a woman sits in a plastic white chair. The woman looks down. He demands to know if she committed the murder. Everything around them is…

“Taking Leave” raises Alzheimer’s awareness

The play focuses on Pryne, a retired professor, and his three daughter’s who have to decide whether or not to send him to a home for the elderly.