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Drawing of cans and clothes


Cans and Coats for Hays-Cadwell Women’s Center

By Andrea MauWeb Content Contributor The Theatre Department is hosting a cans and coats drive for the Hays-Cadwell County Women’s Center (HCWC). The HCWC is a local organization that has been dedicated to women’s health and safety since 1973. This includes providing services such as emergency shelters, hospital access, and helplines for women and children in domestic violence situations. Amongst a pandemic, the circumstances of women to exit abusive relationships […]

todayNovember 24, 2020 47


“Stupid F***ing Bird” Review

By Andrea MauWeb Content Contributor "Stupid F***ing Bird" by Arron Posner and directed by Texas State’s senior, Sydney Quanz, will be showing Feb. 14 to Feb. 16 in room 209 of the Theater building.  "Stupid F***ing Bird" is a modern adaptation of Anton Chekhov's "The Seagull" “...We made sure that you can enjoy the show without any knowledge of the source material. You don’t have to suspend your disbelief to […]

todayFebruary 15, 2020 52

Ashyln Maddox, Emily Edwards, Maura Gill and Bella Coppola surround Emma Kessler in rehearsal for Texas State’s Little Women, the Broadway Musical.


Little Women, The Broadway Musical: Review

By Lauren JurgemeyerWeb Content Manager Under the direction of graduate student Alex Rodriguez, Texas State opens Little Women, The Broadway Musical Nov. 19 and runs through Nov. 24 in the Patti Strickel Harrison Theatre. Video by Raven Correa and Lauren Jurgemeyer. Based on the classic novel by the same name, the Tony award-winning musical follows the March sisters as they struggle with gender and society norms in the mid-1800s. […]

todayNovember 19, 2019 276

Girl with short hair against a gray background.


Humans of San Marcos: Allison Price

By Lauren JurgemeyerWeb Content Manager For years, theatre has been seen as a career that produces starving artists, but to Allison Price, a directing graduate candidate at Texas State, theatre is seen as a craft about how souls communicate. Originally from Spokane, Washington, Price’s earliest memory of theatre was when she had received a journal from one of her older sisters and she drew out a script for the “Hungry, […]

todaySeptember 19, 2019 169

Four girls pose in front of red wall.


KTSW Chats with the Jane Doe Theatre Company

By Sami DugdaleProgram Director Other Side Drive hosts Dani Juarez and Iris Gonzalez are joined by Magen Huntley and Sydney Quanz from the Jane Doe Theatre Company. Jane Doe Theatre Company is a production company entirely operated by Texas State undergraduate students geared toward providing opportunities to artists and creators on the Texas State University campus. In this interview, they discuss what the company is, events they have coming up, […]

todayMay 9, 2019 821

Building the set.


Backstage with Mr. Burns

By Lauren Jurgemeyer Blog Content Contributor In 1879, Thomas Edison invented the electric light bulb and since then the world has never been without electricity. Our whole world thrives on electricity; we have enjoyed countless advances in technology because of it. So, what if we didn’t have it anymore? What if we went back to a time without phones, computers, refrigerators-- even the lamps we study by at night? Mr. […]

todaySeptember 21, 2018 90


Texas State Theatre’s “Ragtime” Gives Insight on Race Relations

By Addison McKissack Guest Student Journalist *The following article was not written by a KTSW staff member, but by a student in the School of Journalism and Mass Communication. It does not reflect the opinions and values of KTSW. As racial issues continue to grow in the Texas State community, the Department of Theatre and Dance’s decision to open the musical “Ragtime” demonstrates the longtime prevalence of such conflict. Texas […]

todayApril 4, 2018 54


A Special Show for Local Students

By Kimberly Garcia Blog Content Contributor On Friday Feb. 17, Texas State’s College of Fine Arts and Communication hosted almost 350 students of all ages from around the area to see The World According to Snoopy. The exciting songs and “light boxes” used throughout the play kept the audience engaged and undoubtedly created lasting memories for those in attendance.   The Texas State Performing Arts Center is one of top […]

todayFebruary 18, 2017 8


Humans of San Marcos: Luke Jenkins

By Austin Cowan Blog Content Contributor Luke Jenkins, 21, is a senior at Texas State University. Cowan: How are you doing today? Jenkins: Doing alright, I have a test coming up today in Spanish III.  I have been studying a lot today and applying for a second job. C: What has your Texas State/San Marcos experience been like? J: My Texas State experience has been a lot of self-driven work. I […]

todayJuly 8, 2016 46

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