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Review: The Eugene Ballet Company gave a charming and graceful performance with ‘Sleeping Beauty’

Dancers from the Eugene Ballet Company performed The Sleeping Beauty at the Hult Center on October 24th.

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Q&A: Toni Pimble of the Eugene Ballet Company on ‘The Sleeping Beauty’

Toni Pimble, Artistic Director at the Eugene Ballet Company, spoke to the Emerald about an upcoming performance of The Sleeping Beauty.






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Preview: Radio Redux presents a Unique Theatrical Experience with “The Thin Man”

Friday night debuts a new season of Radio Redux’s radio-theater experience, with the show “The Thin Man.”






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Q&A: UO’s David Rodriguez prepares to present “Sonrisa del Coyote,” an original, award winning play this fall

Award-winning play “Sonrisa del Coyote,” directed by UO graduate David Rodriguez, will open Oct. 22. Check out our Q&A with Rodriguez to find out about the play.






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Review: ‘In My Life’ brought the music of the Beatles to the Hult Center

Tom Maher and Andy Nagel’s loving tribute to the Beatles’ music puts their songs before their story.






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Preview: ‘In My Life’ brings the story of the Beatles to the stage at the Hult

The traveling musical features a live Beatles tribute band and 33 songs from the legendary band’s storied career.






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University Theatre’s “Comedy of Errors” gives Shakespeare a colorful twist

University Theatre does ‘Comedy of Errors’ circa a 1950s beach town, complete with neon drink umbrellas and parasols.






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The Spring Student Dance Concert soars as students produce and choreograph its routines

The University of Oregon Department of Dance has been putting together their Spring Student Dance Concert 2015 since fall term.






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Green: Meghan Siġvanna Topkok reconnects with her roots through UO theater production

Meghan Siġvanna Topkok, environmental law student, finds a way to connect with her roots by participating in a UO theater production of SILA.






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Review: Pocket Playhouse’s “Waiting” is short, but clever.

Pocket Playhouse production “Waiting” leaves the audience with elevator music stuck in your head and imagining if that’s the music you will hear in purgatory. The main character Nelson deals in this 30-minute play with the limbo period of waiting behind tape for heaven.






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