Theater students ask who they’re performing for after COVID-19 moves classes online

Theatre means a group of actual people, in an actual room at the same time. That’s the way Jason Pasqua learned how to do theater. That’s how everyone, in fact, learned how to do theater before the corona virus.  “But that is not the way a pandemic wants you to do it,” Pasqua said and

“Twelve Angry Jurors”

The 1957 movie, “Twelve Angry Men,” will soon be readapted to fit a more diverse cast in Laramie County Community College’s theatre department’s production of “Twelve Angry Jurors.” The story takes place after the trial of a 19-year-old man accused of the fatal stabbing of his father, said Brielle Bristol, the stage manager of the

Play review: “The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time” An impressive reinterpretation

  “Not all murderers are caught, not all murderers are stopped”, “but who would kill a dog”? One doesn’t need to travel to a London stage to experience a remarkable rendition of a revival of “The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time,” a play by Simon Stephens, and adaption of the book by

Facing Challenges in the Playhouse: The LCCC Playhouse presents – “The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time”

This spring’s play, “The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time,” is set to begin this April. The multi award-winning play, based on the book by Mark Haddon and adapted for the stage by Simon Stephens, follows the story of Christopher Boone, a teenaged boy who finds math easier to interact with more than

Classic Christmas movie hits Cheyenne stage

    By Jordan Jacknitsky      Nancy Stange had many things to say about “It’s a Wonderful Life,” a play currently being produced by the Cheyenne Little Theatre Players, which she is directing.       “There’s a lot of love,” Stange said of the cast. For those who have not seen this classic and seasonal play,

Play dives into technology’s impact on society

Laramie County Community College’s Theater Program will perform “Dead Man’s Cell Phone” by Sarah Ruhl at 7:30 p.m. on Nov. 8-10 and Nov. 15-17 in the LCCC Playhouse.   “Dead Man’s Cell phone” premiered on June 4, 2007, at the Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company in Washington D.C. “Dead Man’s Cell Phone” is two hours long

REVIEW: Beautifully written play should be a full production

For one weekend only, Laramie County Community College’s theater program put on a staged reading performance of “Letters From The Front” by Nick Wood. Wood, an LCCC employee and Navy veteran, conducted interviews with other combat veterans. When writing the play, Wood said he kept the interviewee’s identities confidential, to help them open up about

LCCC veteran to put on staged reading of “Letters From the Front”

“Letters From The Front” by Nick Wood is a staged reading of a new play to be performed starting at 7 p.m. on Sept. 21 and Sept. 22 in the Laramie County Community College Playhouse. Wood is an LCCC employee in Plant Operations and a Navy veteran who said he took his first acting class


All the following events take place at the Cheyenne Civic Center, at 2101 O’Neil Avenue. More information can be found by visiting   Label: The Midtown Men When: May 4 at 7:30 p.m. What it is: A vocal rock ensemble performing music mostly from the 1960s. The members consist of former stars from the

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