Little Shop of Horrors features Jewish student talent
By Eugene “Jesse” Nash IV
Over 1,000 people watched a six-foot tall venus flytrap puppet eat an old man during the opening weekend for Little Shop of Horrors, according to the Clarice Performing Arts Box Office.
The off-Broadway musical opened last Saturday at the Clarice in Kay Theater to the ...
Hillel to stage adaptation of Anne Frank (Nov. 1989)
By Talia Greenberg
The Diary of Anne Frank is a difficult play both to watch and to perform. The audience is presented with two hours that represent years in the lives of a group of people – hitherto strangers – who are forced to live in close contact, have no privacy, and constantly fear the discovery that, for most of them, would lead ...