theatre

Guest director Kevin Dodd (right) gives advice on how to improve a skit to Kalamazoo Central High School students Quentin Little (left) and Kylee Sherer (center)
Rebecca Thiele, WMUK

Harper Lee’s To Kill A Mockingbird is a literary staple of classrooms and theatres around the country. While most Kalamazoo Central High School theatre students are working on a regular performance of the play, thirteen of them are doing a companion piece.

WMU Theatre students Sarah Rice and Joe Cavaiani
John Lacko

Gaslighting—the act of psychologically manipulating someone to make them question their sanity. It’s a term that became popular in the turn of the century when Sigmund Freud’s theories were captivating the masses.

Play rehearsal for Theatre Kalamazoo's New Play Festival. All of the plays are staged readings to allow for more revisions
Sarah West

This weekend Kalamazoo playwrights will share their latest work at the 5th Annual Theatre Kalamazoo New Play Festival.

Cast photo for 'The Whale'
courtesy of WMU Theatre

It’s safe to say you’ve probably never heard of a protagonist like Charlie in Samuel D. Hunter’s play The Whale. He’s a 650-pound online writing instructor with a tragic past. 

courtesy All Ears Theatre

If you’re not familiar with All Ears Theatre, the group performs auditory theatre out of First Baptist Church in Kalamazoo—which later re-broadcasts on WMUK.

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