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UNI Interpreters Theatre presents Improv at the Interp: Theatre Without a Net!
Northern Iowan 119:49, p.04
|4/10/2023||From April 20-22, 2023, UNI Interpreters Theatre will perform a show titled "Improv at the Interp: Theatre Without a Net!" in Lang Hall. This show, directed by Doug Shaw, will be interactive and unscripted; photo.|
Original radio play to debut in Interpreters Theatre
Northern Iowan 119:9, p.04
|9/26/2022||An original play, "Roses are Red: A Radio Play", written by senior Emma Kossayian will be debuting in the UNI Interpreters Theatre in Lang Hall; photo.|
UNI Interpreter's Theater celebrates Women's History Month
Northern Iowan 118:39, p.5
|3/3/2022||UNI Interpreter's Theater celebrates Women's History Month by presenting three shows directed by women students; photo.|
Interpreters Theatre hosts social change display
Northern Iowan 117:54, p.4
|4/29/2021||UNI Interpreters Theatre hosted a showcase student performances that were aimed at humanizing statistics. Performances dealt with sexual assault; photo, global warming, human trafficking, and gun-related suicide; photo.|
"Wounds Run Deeper" at the interpreters theater
Northern Iowan 117:22, p.05
|11/2/2020||Interpreters Theatre performs "Wounds Run Deeper;" photos.|
Interpreters Theatre presents "Tales of You and I"
Northern Iowan 117:20, p.04
|10/26/2020||The Interpreters Theatre performs "Tales of You and I;" photo.|
Douglas Shaw shares how to tell a joke
Northern Iowan 117:6, p.05
|9/7/2020||Douglas Shaw shares how to tell a joke with his Monster Puppet in a five-part series on Youtube alongside the Interpreters Theater; photo.|
'Burnt City' comments on U.S.-Iran relations
Northern Iowan 116:43, p.05
|3/12/2020||The Interpreters Theatre presents three performances of "Burnt City; A one Persian show about U.S.-Iran Relations" by Josh Hamzehee. Anna Alldredge tells readers the year is 2032 in a dystopian reality following xenophobic and anti immigrant sentiments in current (2020) problems in to U.S. Show is derived from Hamzehee's personal experience growing up as the son of an Iranian military immigrant in the late 1970s after the Iranian civil war; photo.|
Preview: Burnt City at Interpreters Theatre
Northern Iowan 116:41, p.05
|3/5/2020||The one man show by Professor Josh Hamzehee follows international relations not just within America and Iran. The Burnt City is biased on a real 6,000 year old city in Iran. This play shows humor to introduce sensitive topics to educate the audience on topics they may not be familiar with. The show's themes include a dystopian future, held at the UNI Interpreters Theatre. Hamzehee hopes that the show has an impact on those who see it; photo.|
Mertz is raw and real in 'Hi God'
Alldredge--Anna (Student--2019), Legaspi--Sofia (Student--2018)
Northern Iowan 116:21, p.04
|11/11/2019||Graduate student Grace Mertz explored the intersection of faith and academia in her one-woman show, "Hi God". After the show, audience members were invited to write their own letters to be added to a display in the corner of the Interpreters Theatre; photo.|
'Hi God' to juggle knowlage, faith
Northern Iowan 116:20, p.05
|11/7/2019||Grace Mertz is a graduate student at UNI specializing in auto-ethnographic performance. For her thesis, she had written a one-(wo)man play about her life as an undergrad and graduate student and how writing letters to God has helped her. Mertz hopes that her play will help other academics see that religion can have a place in academics and can also be a good influence opposed to the usual negative lens that most academics see through.|
Rose shares 'Tales from the Bayou'
Northern Iowan 116:11, p.05
|10/7/2019||Spoken word poet, activist, and writer Donney Rose shared poetry and addressed racial inequality at UNI Interpreters Theatre on Friday, October 4.|
'Ezra' offers witty social commentary
Mitchell--Cecilia (Student--2018), Leitner--Gabrielle (Class of 2020)
Northern Iowan 115:42, p.05
|3/11/2019||'Ezra and Me' , written and directed by James Keane, discusses ethical accountability and moral righteousness.|
Student predicts game show win in play
Legaspi--Sofia (Student--2018), Kraus-Taddeo--Laney (Student--2017)
Northern Iowan 115:28, p.02
|1/17/2019||Laney Kraus-Taddeo and her mother won the Big Deal on 'Let's Make a Deal.' Kraus-Taddeo wrote and produced a one-act play about a women winning on a game show.|
'Twilight' to be screened for saga's 10th anniversary
Northern Iowan 115:23, p.05
|11/12/2018||A screening of the first 'Twilight' film will be held to celebrate the 10th anniversary of it's release.|
A comedy play about a comedy game show
Northern Iowan 115:19, p.04
|10/29/2018||Senior Laney Krause-Taddeo writes and directs "Pat." A play about a mother and daughter who go on a road trip to find a game show contestant.|
Play portrays romance on the spectrum
Flanders--Anna (Student--2017), Flenker--Elly (student--2018)
Northern Iowan 115:15, p.04
|10/15/2018||The play "Aut is Love" debuted in Lang's Interpreter's Theatre. The play, written by a masters student, tells his story of finding love while autistic.|
'Neighbor' play features excellent acting
Northern Iowan 114:42, p.04
|3/5/2018||The author writes on a play written by UNI graduate student Milica Njezic, 'Live Thy Neighbor,' and gives a glowing review.|
Bosnian native explore neighbor relationships in play
Northern Iowan 114:41, p.04
|3/1/2018||Masters student Milica Njezic presents her play 'Live Thy Neighbor' at UNI Interpreter's Theatre. *Njezic was misquoted in this article. Please see the March 8 issue page 5 for the correction.|
Script reading features mental health
Hofmeyer--Sarah (Student--2014), Davis--Kirby (Student--2017)
Northern Iowan 114:23, p.05
|11/13/2017||UNI Interpreters Theatre performs "Genuine Cigarettes. The play was written and directed by Kelso Breitsprecher; photo.|
Theatre presents 'Genuine Cigaretts'
Northern Iowan 144:22, p.04
|11/9/2017||"Genuine Cigarettes" is going to be presented by the UNI Interpreters Theatre. The one act play will be stage read with the actors reading off a script during the performance. The play covers concepts related to mental health, relationships, dependency, and alcoholism.|
A charming performance "In Real Life"
Northern Iowan 114:19, p.05
|10/30/2017||Critic Amelia Duax revievs the performance adaptation of Jen Wang's graphic novel "In Real Life" performed by UNI's Interpreters Theatre; photo.|
Wang's "In Real Life" adapted at UNI
Hauer--Sydney (Student--2017), Stenger--Joshua (Student--2017)
Northern Iowan 114:19, p.01
|10/30/2017||Cartoonist and illustrator, Jen Wang, is coming to UNI to give a lecture as a part of the Hearst Lecture Series. She attended the performance adaptation of her graphic novel "In Real Life" performed by the Interpreters Theatre; photo.|
Theatre UNI auditions "In Real Life"
Mazzarella--Allison (Student--2017), Barikor--Leziga (Student--2015)
Northern Iowan 114:3, p.05
|8/31/2017||Auditions were held for "In Real Life" a production hosted by the Department of Communication Studies; photo.|
Technology is the new villain in "The Inferno"
Northern Iowan 112:23, p.05
|11/16/2015||A review of the Interpreter's Theatre production of "The Inferno."|
Technology poses threat to theatre
Jamtgaard--Katherine A (Student--2013)
Northern Iowan 112:23, p.02
|11/16/2015||Jamtgaard argues that technology may have negative effects on theater.|
UNI Interpreters Theatre presents 'The Soul Food Museum'
Public Relations News Release 2014:192, p.1
|2/26/2015||This will be an interactive performance that will bring light to the magic, politics, and ritual of an African-American Sunday dinner. The performance will take place on March 6, at the Wesley Foundation.|
UNI Interpreters Theatre to present 'Just Another Day in Paradise'
Public Relations News Release 2014:102, p.1
|10/29/2014||UNI Interpreters Theatre will present its first production of the 2014-15 season, November 6 through November 8. It is located in Lang Hall, and admission is free and open to the public.|
Singing a working song
Krogman--Kayla Jean (Student--2014)
Northern Iowan 110:52, p.4
|4/24/2014||Stonehill College professor Corey Dolgon had his UNI audience stand up and link hands while he sang "Solidarity Forever" as a part of his lecture on the U. S. labor movement.|
'Singing lecture' will explore folk songs and the labor movement
Public Relations News Release 2013:244, p.1
|4/10/2014||Corey Dolgon will use music to explore the role that folk songs had in the U.S. labor movement. His "singing lecture" is entertaining and informative. The event is free and open to the public.|
UNI Interpreters Theatre to present 'Performance Power Hour'
Public Relations News Release 2013:247, p.1
|4/10/2014||UNI's Department of communication Studies will present "Performance Power Hour". This is a way for students to share with the public the work they have been doing in the classroom.|
UNI SAVE Forum Actors to present '(Re)Orientation'
Public Relations News Release 2013:234, p.1
|4/3/2014||UNI Students Against a Violent Environment (SAVE) will present "(Re)Orientation". The performance is to raise awareness and start conversations about preventing gender-based violence.|
UNI Center for Holocaust and Genocide Education to present 'Necessary Targets'
Public Relations News Release 2013:210, p.1
|3/20/2014||The UNI Center for Holocaust and Genocide Education will sponsor two reading performances of "Necessary Targets". This play is set in the aftermath of the Bosnian conflict. There will be a brief discussion following the performance.|
UNI Interpreters Theater to present 'Wasted'
Public Relations News Release 2013:184, p.1
|2/20/2014||UNI Interpreters Theater will present "Wasted". The show will challenge the understanding of waste and consumption. The ensemble production was conceived and directed by Danielle Dick McGeough and is part of UNI's Reaching for Higher Ground series.|
Internationally acclaimed performance artist to present 'lecture & rant' at UNI
Public Relations News Release 2013:133, p.1
|11/25/2013||Performance artist Tim Miller will perform an opinionated rant about identity, culture wars, and homosexuality. Miller offers an interesting perspective on self identification.|
UNI Interpreters Theatre to host 'An Evening of Text Messages'
Public Relations News Release 2013:111, p.1
|11/4/2013||UNI Interpreters Theatre will host "An Evening of 'Text' Messages". This show features performances from beginning and advanced performance classes in the Department of Communication Studies. The event is free and open to the public.|
Emotion to flow at Interpreters Theatre
Prigeon--Correy Travis (Student--2013)
Northern Iowan 110:16, p.4
|10/22/2013||Eight performers will take the stage of the slam poetry exhibition, "Slammin' at the Interp!". Several students and faculty will be featured.|
UNI Interpreters Theatre to present 'Slammin' at the Interp!'
Public Relations News Release 2013:84, p.1
|10/9/2013||UNI's Interpreters Theatre will present "Slammin' at the Interp!". This features various slam poets from across Iowa.|
Alumni return to perform in Interpreters Theatre
Northern Iowan 110:8, p.4
|9/24/2013||The Interpreters Theater has been at UNI since 1976. The theatre will host solo performances of "Leftovers" and "Station to Station" this fall. UNI alumni often come back to perform.|
UNI Interpreters Theatre to present 'Leftovers' and 'Station to Station'
Public Relations News Release 2013:50, p.1
|9/13/2013||UNI alumni Brianne Waychoff and Ben Powell will be performing "Leftovers" and "Station to Station". The event is free and open to the public.|
UNI Interpreters Theater to present 'Triskaidekaphobia'
Public Relations News Release 2012:281, p.1
|4/22/2013||UNI's Interpreters Theater will present, "Triskaidekaphobia: 13 Consumer Tragedies". It was created and will be performed by Amy Kilgard. This performance will address consumerism.|
UNI Interpreters Theatre production to explore homelessness
Public Relations News Release 2012:254, p.1
|4/2/2013||UNI Interpreters Theatre production of "Home Is Where Your Dog Is" aims to explore the definition of home. The play was written and directed by graduate student Jorge De Leon.|
'Clogging the System' challenges social norms
Northern Iowan 109:40, p.6
|3/5/2013||The play "Clogging the System" was written and directed by student Harrison Postler. It is about public toilets in the workplace, but has a message of self-liberation and acceptance. Audiences have seemed to respond well to this somewhat crude topic.|
UNI Interpreters Theater to present 'Clogging the System'.
Public Relations News Release 2012:211, p.1
|2/25/2013||The Interpreters Theater will be presenting, "Clogging the System", written by Harrison Postler. "Clogging the System" takes place in corporate America when a corporation makes going to the bathroom a more public thing.|
In 'Convict,' jailbirds sing song of prison reform from behind bars
Northern Iowan 109:33, p.6
|2/8/2013||"Convict" calls to the audience's attention a system that needs to be fixed by keeping what works and changing what does not work; photo.|
UNI Interpreters Theatre to showcase "CONVICT"
Public Relations News Release 2012:180, p.1
|1/29/2013||The Interpreters Theatre will be presenting "CONVICT", a play written and directed by Joshua Hamzehee. "CONVICT" is about the American prison system and highlights the humanity of the prisoners asking if it is time for a change.|
All the world's a stage
Peterson--Caitlin Anne (Student--2011)
Northern Iowan 108:54, p.supp 18
|4/27/2012||Theatrical opportunities on campus explored; photo.|
SAVE Forum Actors engage and educate students
Stewart--Jacob K. (Student--2012)
Northern Iowan 108:51, p.7
|4/17/2012||Interpreters Theatre hosted the group's performance of free-verse poetry, audience participation, and short skits to educate students about boundaries, gender roles, and sexual assault.|
Just another awareness month?
Eilers--Bradley David (Student--2008)
Northern Iowan 108:49, p.5
|4/10/2012||One in five women in the United States have reported being raped in their lifetime. Sexual assault month, therefore, is not just another awareness month. Gender, power, violence, and sexuality all play a role in this terrible act.|
The 'Race' Race
Konrardy--Nathan Arnold (Student--2011)
Northern Iowan 108:47, p.5
|4/3/2012||Believes that diversity is often discussed, but currently is not embraced. Progress has been made in bringing minorities to campus, but inclusion seems to be another matter; photo,|