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The Great Detective Returns!

You may or may not have heard of the great detective, Sherlock Holmes. As the main protagonist of Arthur Conan Doyle’s famous Sherlock Holmes stories, he has captivated readers with his spot-on deductions for over a century. 240 more words

Writing & Literary

Che Malambo

Sun, 04/02/2017 – 7:30pm | Baker Hall  at Lehigh University


Inspired by the spirit of gauchos, a powerhouse all-male dance troupe blends precise footwork, rhythmic stomping, drumming and song in honor of Argentina’s famous cowboys. 23 more words

Buzzing through Beehive: The 60s Musical


This past weekend, UT students had the opportunity to see UT’s production of Beehive: The 60’s musical, directed by Karla Hartley. The small cast consisted of only six females, UT musical theatre students Mollie Posnik, Nina Finocchario, Jade Turner, Angela Tompkins, Dayja Legg and Marissa Volpe. 512 more words


Faire du Théâtre

We didn’t do much today, but it was a fun day nonetheless. In the morning, we worked on a theater project that we’re doing with one of the classes at Mounier. 154 more words

The Arts & Funding

Revered Director of the Hayden Planetarium, Neil deGrasse Tyson, recently articu-tweeted his view on funding of the arts in America, in light of discussions about cutting various governmental sources: “We can all imagine a land that provides no support for Art [ 1,584 more words


From Page To Stage: The birth of Artless Charlie – Part 5


After dwelling on some casting choices, I spoke with Royston and he helped me come to a final decision. I explained my concerns about the cast being too much “to type” and he reassured me that giving department actors more opportunities to stretch themselves was not my responsibility as a student director, and I should go with the group that best fits my needs; i.e., who fits the roles best in accordance with my vision of the play and how well I feel I can work with them. 448 more words

Artless Charlie