Now that businesses have been cleared to reopen in Athens and restrictions have loosened, live theater is finding its way back into the limelight.
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In the University of Georgia Fine Arts Theater, there is something in the air — people move throughout the theater buzzing with excitement as they prepare for their take on “RENT,” which is set to open tonight.
The UGA Theatre held its production of "Alcestis" on Friday night, bringing in feminist themes and modern technological twists.
Avid Bookshop hosted a virtual book talk in celebration of UGA assistant professor Kate Fortmueller’s new book, “Below the Stars: How the Labor of Working Actors and Extras Shapes Media Production.”
While something as disbanding as COVID-19 was originally seen as detrimental to actors and creators in the film industry, it’s been inspiring to see their innovative response to the pandemic’s hardships.
In early August, University of Georgia alumnus, actor, director and playwright Micah Penn teamed up with other alumni to present his debut, full-length play, “RIOT! 1906 Atlanta” through the San Francisco Black Film Festival.
Terms like "essential" and "front lines" have become common when talking about the coronavirus, but they run the risk of obscuring how the failure of our government to properly prepare contributed to this situation.
UPDATE: Cine has updated its scheduled showings since the original date of publishing. The Red & Black has added the additional showings t…
George Bailey, Mary Hatch, Mr. Potter and the entire cast of the 1946 cinematic phenomenon “It’s a Wonderful Life” are coming to Athens in a r…