The Guilfordian

Wu Opera Troupe brings unique art form to Greensboro and Guilford

Ramya Krishna, Guest Writer

September 19, 2019

Chinese opera at Guilford?  It’s more likely than you think! On Tuesday, Sept. 10, the Wu Opera Troupe of Yiwu City performed in Dana Auditorium after previous Triad performances at the N.C. Folk Festival in downtown Greensboro and Tew Recital Hall on the UNC-Greensboro campus.   In this video...

Leslie Odom Jr. sets up third Bryan Series to be a hit

Leslie Odom Jr. Bryan Series

Finn Williamson, Senior Writer

November 10, 2017

Leslie Odom Jr.’s career exploded in 2015 when Hamilton premiered on Broadway. Combining a traditional Broadway atmosphere with hip-hop songs and a historical storyline, the show gained a massive following and won 11 Tony Awards in 2016. Odom Jr. carved out his own piece of this spotlight starring...

She Kills Monsters production: a preview

Anna Snider, Staff Writer

November 3, 2017

The name is Agnes Evans and the game is Dungeons & Dragons. With swords, daggers, shields and strength, Evans kills monsters and finishes what her sister, Tilly Evans, started. Agnes, a schoolteacher from Ohio, uses the role-playing fantasy game to better understand the life of her deceased teenage...

‘Misalliance’ dazzles theatergoers

Nathan Ray ’20, plays the character of Joey Percival, and Emma Moreno ’17, plays Hypatia Tarleton in the theatre studies production of “Misalliance” by George Bernard Shaw. “Misalliance” is presented in celebration of the life of Devin Seaverson. // Photo by Andrew Walker/Guilfordian

Ian Penny, World and Nation Editor

May 1, 2017

“I don’t want to be good, and I don’t want to be bad,” says Hypatia Tarleton, the character senior Emma Moreno portrays in the Guilford College Theatre Studies Department production of “Misalliance.” “I just don’t want to be bothered about either good or bad. I want to be an active...

Big comedy with a small cast coming this spring

Harris Billings, Staff Writer

April 1, 2016

Featuring only six actors and a set with seven doors, “Boeing Boeing” is the opposite of boring boring. Set in 1960s Paris, “Boeing Boeing” is a classic farce about a bachelor, Robert, with three fiancées who all show up to visit his lavish bachelor pad at the same time. Robert now has to...

Step inside the House of ‘The House of York’

Step inside the House of 'The House of York'

Ben Achilles, Staff Writer

April 17, 2015

Gather your chain mail and armor, along with your lords and ladies, for the new play at Guilford plans to grab your heart out your chest. Guilford’s theatrical adaptation of the Great War of the Roses has blossomed into their next theatre production: “The House of York.” “It’s Game of...

Life, love and sex in ‘Spring Awakening’

Life, love and sex  in ‘Spring Awakening’

Josh Ballard, Staff Writer

April 12, 2013

It has been unseasonably cold this year, and it has affected everyone on campus. However, spring appears to be making a return just in time for the theatre department’s production of Frank Wedekind’s “Spring Awakening.” The play’s depictions of sex, sexuality, religion and education were...