UW-Green Bay music will present the sounds of the season Tuesday, Dec. 6 during a Concert Choir and Chamber Singers performance held at 7:30 p.m. in the Cofrin Family Hall (mainstage) at the Weidner Center for the Performing Arts. Continue reading Concert Choir and Chamber Singers Deliver Holiday Cheer
They say time spent laughing is time well spent. Well, then UWGB’s production of Unnecessary Farce by Paul Slade Smith is a far cry from a waste of time. This hilarious show will have you bursting out in raucous laughter probably unsuitable for a public venue, but when the whole house is with you, nobody cares. That is the gift of UWGB’s Unnecessary Farce: two hours where nothing matters but tickling your funny bone. And it delivers. Continue reading Unnecessary Farce Brings Necessary Laughter to UWGB
This weekend marks the long awaited run [title of show]. This production marks the opening of the UWGB 2011-2012 Theatre season, being the first of two studio (student-directed) projects selected for this year, and the only fully mounted student-directed production. [title of show] is also the first student-directed musical in UWGB’s history. A large and daunting undertaking for directors Kyle R. Pingel and Molly LeCaptain.
What makes a place memorable? The location? Function? Ambiance? A potential student considers all of these when choosing a school, and UWGB has plenty of places to offer for consideration. I asked several UWGB students about their favorite place on campus and I got a wide variety of answers, all of which helped display the many assorted appeals of our campus. Continue reading What is YOUR favorite spot on campus?
When you hear University of Wisconsin – Green Bay, what word comes to mind? On tours and in presentations, we hear clever phrases of distinction like the four T’s (trees, tunnels, toilets, and teachers) and complicated terms of academia like interdisciplinary. While those words all have merit and certainly contribute to the whole of GB, when we’re not trying to sell ourselves, what words accurately describe what it means to actually live and thrive here? It’s a challenge to sum up such a large part of your life in a single word, but that is the challenge I posed to several UWGB students this week. Continue reading UWGB in One Word