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Spectrum Theatre Company hosts teach-in on activism

Adrian Wan, Reporter

January 28, 2018

Filed under Campus, Student Groups, Theater

Members of Spectrum Theatre Company shed light on how to engage in activism campaigns and tackle identity-based discrimination at a Sunday event. About 15 students gathered in Harris Hall to attend “Not Your Mother’s Activism,”...

Spectrum panel discusses mental health, grief

Cydney Hayes, Reporter

October 18, 2015

Filed under Administration, Campus, Events, Speakers, Student Entertainment, Student Groups, Theater

A panel of four student speakers and an administrator discussed grief and mental health at Harris Hall on Friday, hoping the conversation will help destigmatize such topics on campus. Spectrum Theatre Company organized the...

Spectrum Theatre completes $12,000 fundraiser, resumes operations

Peter Kotecki, Reporter

September 4, 2015

Filed under Campus, Latest Stories

After two months of fundraising to cover a $12,000 fine, Spectrum Theatre Company announced Thursday it reached its goal and will be able to resume operations for the upcoming academic year. Spectrum, founded in 2005 to produce...

Spectrum Theatre introduces project incorporating diverse campus voices

Matthew Choi, Reporter

April 21, 2015

Filed under Campus, Theater

Spectrum Theatre Company’s newest production aims to tell the stories of the broader Northwestern community to open dialogue about difficult topics. "We're not here to take a side or push down your throat some dogma,” said...

Within a play: Reviewing the ‘troupe of actors’ method

Zach Barr, Theater Columnist

May 30, 2014

Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Columns & Reviews, The Current, Theater

No one said theater is easy. In film, at the very least, each project is its own individual work, which, unless it's a remake, has never been done before. Even a remake will have a different script and creative decisions being...