The Northerner

‘Eurydice’ puts new spin on old tale

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Kane Mitten, Arts & Life Editor

February 10, 2020

How difficult is it to write music so beautiful that it could open the gates of hell? Ask Matthew Nassida, director of the Henry Konstantinow Theatre’s latest play “Eurydice.”

Newest Henry play addresses prejudice against disabled individuals

Sylvia begins to teach Billy—portrayed by Halee Hood and Barrett Minks—sign language.

Haley Millay, Reporter

November 18, 2019

The Henry Konstantinow Theatre’s adaptation of “Tribes” sheds light on the lives of those living with a disability and the prejudice that people in disabled communities can face, sometimes even from their own families.

‘Children’s Hour’ to debut in Henry Konstantinow Theatre

‘Children’s Hour’ to debut in Henry Konstantinow Theatre

Kane Mitten, Arts & Life Editor

September 25, 2019

For acting BFA senior and stage director Mikinley Grace, being a part of the Henry Konstantinow Theatre’s latest production, “Children’s Hour,” is a passion project. “It’s an enjoyable experience because there are people who want to make art, just to make art,” Grace said. “We’re not ge...

‘Equus’ looks to shock, scare audiences

‘Equus’ looks to shock, scare audiences

Haley Millay, Writer

September 25, 2019

NKU’s Henry Konstantinow Theatre in the School of the Arts has put on a number of outrageous and shocking student-directed productions, and “Equus” is no exception. 

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