Rehearsals are underway for the Ohio University Lancaster Theatre’s summer production of West Side Story. The show debuts during Lancaster Festival on July 26.
Renovation work is starting in the Wagner Theatre at Ohio University Lancaster.
Ohio University Lancaster Theatre is going on the road again this summer. For the second year in a row, it has been asked to take its spring production down to Athens to be part of “On the Green Weekend.”
The OUL Theatre spring production opens this Friday, and there’s a special treat in store on opening night. OUL Faculty members will be part of The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee.
Actor Darryl Van Leer will meet with OUL Theatre students for about an hour after he performs a one-man show portraying Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. on the Lancaster Campus January 28.
We’re more than halfway there! $142,000 has been raised thus far during the “The Wagner Theatre Improvement Campaign.”
Three students from the Ohio University Lancaster Theatre production of “The Elephant Man” have been nominated for the Irene Ryan Acting Scholarship and another OUL student was nominated to compete in the Design Category.
The holiday season is getting into full swing at Ohio University Lancaster. That's because It's a Wonderful Life: A Live Radio Play officially opens on Wednesday, December 3. This is the third year the Lancaster Campus Theatre has done the show.
Theatre classes at Ohio University Lancaster aren’t just for young aspiring actors.
The productions put on by the Ohio University Lancaster Theatre program in the Wagner Theatre are getting high praise around the region. However, with some improvements to the theatre, the productions could be taken to the next level.
This academic year will be filled with drama and fun for those who attend Ohio University Lancaster Theatre productions. Director Victor Jones has announced the upcoming season for the theatre.
Students from the Ohio University Lancaster Theatre program helped law enforcement officials in the community prepare for crisis situations.
Ohio University Lancaster Theatre will be performing Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Cinderella this summer as part of Lancaster Festival.
At 66 years old, Bill Henry has no plans of slowing down or acting his age. In fact, he’s acting quite young in a classroom with students just out of high school.
The Ohio University Lancaster Theatre program plans to make you laugh until it hurts this April. “Lend Me a Tenor” is the OUL Theatre’s spring production.
The entire cast from Ohio University Lancaster Theatre’s production of “To Kill a Mockingbird” is back from the Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival, and the students were forever changed by the experience.
Arts and culture are very important to Dean and Cathie DeRolph. So, supporting the fundraising effort for the Ohio University Lancaster Theatre was something that they both knew was right for them.
Another honor has been bestowed upon the Ohio University Lancaster Theatre program. The entire cast of “To Kill a Mockingbird” has been asked to perform one scene from the show at the Kennedy Center College Theatre Festival in January.
Students from the Ohio University Lancaster Theatre are headed to the Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival, and you can help support them on their journey by eating some chicken on December 15.
A miracle is about to happen at Ohio University Lancaster. The Ohio University Lancaster Theatre production of “Miracle on 34th Street” will run December 5 – 8.
Three students from the Ohio University Lancaster Theatre production of “To Kill a Mockingbird” have been nominated for the Irene Ryan Acting Scholarship and will perform at the Kennedy Center American College Theater Regional Festival.
Two Ohio University Lancaster students who are part of the OUL Theatre’s production of To Kill a Mockingbird this fall say the play has deepened the meaning of the classic novel for them.
The Ohio University Lancaster Theatre program just recently finished its summer production of "The Producers," but Theatre Director Victor Jones has already moved on to what is next.
The Ohio University Lancaster Theatre is getting ready to take a journey into a world of comedy and horror in Little Shop of Horrors.
The holiday season is getting into full swing at Ohio University Lancaster. That’s because It’s a Wonderful Life: A Live Radio Play officially opens on Thursday. This is the second year the Lancaster Campus Theatre is doing the show.
The spring and summer is going to be full of humor, music and fun on the Ohio University Lancaster Campus.