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As the bright, swirling Technicolor background lit up Hall Auditorium, the audience was instantly pulled in. Dancers in long, medieval gowns began to twirl from behind the curtains until they were interrupted by a young man in full 1970s hippie garb, carrying a boombox playing "Stayin' Alive."
From Broadway to high school theatre productions to a feature film starring Johnny Depp, the musical "Sweeney Todd" has taken on many different forms. At Miami, the student theatre group Stage Left will perform the musical on Thursday night.
On Thursday, L.A. Theatre Works will perform "Judgment at Nuremberg" at Hall Auditorium. The play, in commemoration of the 75th anniversary of World War II, questions the circumstances of war and the interests of the country during a time of conflict.
College students will remember with nostalgia the days of popping in their favorite Disney movie on VHS tape. Favorites might include the magic of "Sleeping Beauty," the fierceness of "Mulan" or the elegance of "Cinderella." On April 5, these regal beauties will undergo a serious change in the production of "Disenchanted."
From the decorations in gold, purple and green, to the lively music that filled the room, to the ornate glittering costumes, the Center for American and World Cultures' A Carnival of Flavors showcased the energy and enthusiasm of the holiday, Carnival.
"BLISS (or, Emily Post is Dead!)" will make its world debut at Studio 88 Theater this week. The Miami Department of Theatre will put on the play for five shows, beginning on Feb. 22.
On Saturday, Millett Hall will transform into an upscale vineyard worthy of the finest sommeliers.