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Week One - Leads and Resources

A friend brought this article to my attention via Facebook this evening. It certainly is an issue and it most definitely related to the Arts, so it may be worth looking in to further for my assignment. 30 more words

Brainstorming

I KILL THE MOCKINGBIRD by Paul Acampora

Refreshing.  that’s the best word I can come up with to describe I Kill the Mockingbird.  It refreshes my belief in and love for reading books.  407 more words

Middle Grade Readers

Review: Versatile acting troupe keeps ‘Go West!’ on track through some missteps

Review by Rebecca Ritzel


Matt Burkhartt | Staff Photographer
Chautauqua Opera Company artists perform Act 2, Scene 3 of The Ballad of Baby Doe. … 1,115 more words

The Arts

Review: CSO, visual elements star in artful balance of light, heavy themes

Review by Arthur Kaptainis 


Matt Burkhartt | Staff Photographer
Rendon and Oge Agulue cross the stage as entries from pioneers’ diaries are read aloud and played out onstage, with crosses marking frequent deaths from cholera and measles. 885 more words

The Arts

Review: ‘Go West!’ displays a combined artistic spirit that few could match

Review by Tom Di Nardo


Matt Burkhartt | Staff Photographer
Chautauqua Theater Company’s Marianne Rendon and Michael Curran Dorsano perform Neil Young’s “Pocahontas” near a crackling campfire under a starry Western sky during the performance of Chautauqua’s 2014 inter-arts production… 1,453 more words

The Arts

Artistic Archeology

Creativity and artistry are fascinating manifestations of where we notice holes in our idea of how the universe works. Whether it’s political theatre, a protest song, an eco-movie like Wall-E, or a painting of Gurnica, artists are the people who see past the theatre of belief to the underlying truth. 562 more words

Scott McPherson

CTC to workshop Carpenter’s ‘The Guadalupe’

Amanda Mainguy | Staff Photographer CTC actors begin to workshop the play, which will premiere at 8 p.m. Wednesday in Bratton Theater.

Workshopping a play is similar to testing a submarine. 643 more words

Chautauqua Institution