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Area Schools Learn a ‘Wicked’ Way to Stop Bullying

 

In the Drawing Room

 

Living in the Material World….

 

Buffalo Bill Strides Again

 

Seeing is Believing

 

Little Women Stand Tall at Playhouse

 

A Vintage Valentine

 

‘Artist on Fire’

 

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2015 OEAA Visual Arts Nominee Exhibit opens at RNG Gallery Jan.9

 

THE KILLING CONTINUES FAR BEYOND THE WALLS OF TROY

You’d think that one person standing alone on a dark bare stage could not possibly bring alive the massive story, the tragic agony and pain of The Trojan War. Behold. It can be done. Playwrights Lisa Peterson and Denis O’Hare have found a way to vivify Homer’s enduring masterpiece leaving it to just one person to make it unfold again: The Poet. Brigit Saint Brigit Theatre director Cathy Kurz and actor Daniel Dorner...


VIVID IMAGES VISUALIZE A COMPLEX TALE

The Rose Theater has embarked on explorations of new dimensions, filling its stage and screens with phenomenally imaginative visions and designs. Brittany Merenda has come up with them to aid in replicating Madeleine L’Engle’s science fiction adventure for young people A Wrinkle in Time, adapted by playwright John Glore. The visuals remain constantly colorful, even beautiful at times.

The cast plays every moment...


<p>Glass art from Victor Chiarizia in the exhibit, The Greatness of Studio Art Glass, at Gallery 72 </p>

Breaking the Mold

Viewing The Greatness of Studio Art Glass, the group show currently on view at Gallery 72, one has the sense of a beautifully designed art history textbook come to life.  Rich in content and impeccably installed, this show provides a great opportunity to understand the relatively brief history of studio art glass as an American art form.

The twelve artists in this show (two work as a duo) all combine to say a great...


Joslyn Castle’s Stoker Festival in Full Swing

            The latest rendition of the Joslyn Castle Literary Festival is called Shadows at the Castle and focuses on life, works, and times of Bram Stoker. Stoker is best known for his horror masterpiece Dracula, which was first published in 1897. The festival said the story was so significant because it was set “against a backdrop of late-Victorian industry and invention, burgeoning medical and scientific...


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