An ancient classic reworked

In ancient Greece theater played a big role in entertainment for royalty, commoners and everyone in between. Today many Greek plays are enacted and portrayed in on all kinds of broadway scenes all over...

Former Lane Students Star in Local Production

“Some people see a love triangle when they look at us and the way we play the roles, but Kory and I see best friends,” said former Lane student Melissa Miller. Miller and Kory...

Blue Door Theatre talks turkey

In the last week of preparation for the cast of “Turkey Shorts” for their upcoming consecutive weekends of performances this month, Ty Potter, the Outreach Coordinator of the Student Production Association explained that not...

Lane production explores the dark side of storytime

“It’s a dark, dark, dark Irish comedy,” Tara  Wibrew, guest director and Lane alumni, said of The Pillowman. “Which I guess means it’s an Irish comedy.” A play written by Martin McDonagh, an Academy...

“Finally, someone gets it!’

(From upper left to bottom right) Terrill Thompson, Zem Chance, Rose Downing and Trisha Driscoll perform in the 1998 play “Transfigurations” at Eugene’s Very Little Theatre. The play, written by Eliza Roaring Springs...

Lights, camera, act!

Both Media Arts and Theatre majors got a chance to build their respective skills at last week’s Visiting Artist Series. Brian Haimbach, Theatre Arts faculty, led a workshop focused on the relationship between directors...

Fall classes lead to Spring Inspirations; Students write, direct plays in 2013-14 Lane theater...

Lane students took over the stage at the Blue Door Theatre May 22 to May 24 to present plays written and directed by students in the annual Spring Inspirations. Once per year, student-writers submit their...

Fairy-tale musical enchants audience; Lane students perform at Actors Cabaret of Eugene

Stephen Sondheim is known for his technically intricate musicals and Into the Woods is no different, but that didn’t deter Mark VanBeever, director, from taking the show by the horns. VanBeever is a graduate of...

Angels leave Lane; Curtain comes down on powerful production

Tony Kushner's award winning play "Angels in America" closed its season at Lane Community College on May 3. The powerful and controversial play focuses on the AIDS crisis of the 1980s. Already an admirer...