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Maria Klingelhoefer faces Emma Jahn in a dance-off on the Drake Theater stage. Photo by Lucas Ratliff / Antelope Staff

50th anniversary celebration of hip-hop

Lucas Ratliff November 17, 2023 This year marks the 50th anniversary of hip-hop. To celebrate, UNK hosted a day of events themed around hip-hop featuring three master classes, a hip-hop opera and a hip-hop...

Photo by Shelby Berglund / Antelope Staff

Embodied: 2023 Spring Dance Concert

March 9, 2023

ByJADA HIGH The dance department has been hard at work preparing for the 2023 Spring Dance Concert. The production featured work and choreography by faculty members as well...

Grace Loux in Black Comedy

Two consecutive student directed productions take stage

KYLIE SCHWAB December 2, 2021 The student-directed plays “The White Liars” and “Black Comedy” were performed by UNK Theatre students this week at the Miriam Drake Theatre. The shows ran from Nov....

Lead Segismundo (News Editor Mitchell Lierman) laments his imprisonment.

Life Is A Dream

HANNAH LOFSHULT April 21, 2021
‘Life is a Dream’ is set to take the stage as UNK’s final mainstage performance of the year. Performances will take place April 21-24 at 7:30 p.m. in the Miriam Drake Theatre, as well as a matinee on the 25 at 2 p.m.
‘Antigone Now’ will be performed at 7:30 p.m. Saturday March 20 in the Miriam Drake Theater. It is a modern version of the Greek play by Sophocles.

Undergraduate research project questions morality

HANNAH LOFSHULT March 17, 2021
“Antigone Now,” written by Melissa Cooper, is a play engulfed in ethical dilemmas, and it will be performed at 7:30 p.m. Saturday March 20 in the Miriam Drake Theatre. The production is directed by Samm Hanks, a senior English 7-12 education and theatre major.
UNK Louie Loper

‘Life is a Dream’ to debut as first production since spring 2020

HANNAH LOFSHULT February 17, 2021
Theatre is heading back to the stage at UNK. “Life is a Dream” will be the first mainstage production since the 2020 spring semester after cancellations because of the COVID-19 virus.
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