Tag Archives: Schuster Theatre

What happened on the way to the forum with Rev. Shawn Clerkin

Forum

Photo courtesy of Rick Klein If you’ve been around the Schuster Theatre, chances are you’ve come across Father Shawn Clerkin. Father Shawn, the Director of Theater for Gannon University, is one of the more colorful faculty members at the school.

RUNDOWN: Dyeing to tell to tell secrets and more

Rundown 3-28

Monday March 31st: Post Secret U will be opening tonight in the Schuster Theater. There will be a reception from 6-8pm along with the display. Tuesday April 1st: CLASS IS CANCELLED TODAY….April fools!!!! Wednesday April 2nd: Alpha Sigma Tau will

The Schuster Theatre sends out a call for dawns

Calling All Dawns

Fringe Fest Erie presents amazing opportunities for Gannon students and community members to engage in theatre in new and unique ways. This year, the first choral piece ever performed in the festival will take place– and it’s in 12 different

‘A Trois’ stresses concrete relationship issues in an abstract world

A Trois

We interact with people in life in a variety of ways. Friendships are important on so many levels, but a lot of people tend to place more emphasis on romantic relationships. These are the people we come to know closely

Ultimate Fave 2014: Sweet Sixteen revealed — VOTE NOW!

Ultimate-Fave-FEATURE

The 32 original nominations have been narrowed down to the Sweet Sixteen in the quest for Gannon’s Ultimate Fave 2014. Vote now to determine which faves make it to the Elite Eight. Favorite Place to Eat Knight’s Cove 47% Knight

Is love or isn’t it?

Love Actually Isnt

                With Fringe Fest Erie 2014 just on the horizon, we thought it important to introduce Gannon students and prospective readers alike to some of the fantastic featured performances taking place throughout March.

The nominations are in! Let the voting begin for Gannon’s Ultimate Fave 2014!

Ultimate-Fave-FEATURE

UPDATE: Round 1 voting has closed! See the winners below! The nominations are in and it’s time to start voting for Gannon’s Ultimate Fave 2014! Through online nominations and write-in nominations at the Waldron Campus Center, Gannon students have nominated 32

Returning alumna comes home for ‘The Good Doctor’

Good Dcotor

There’s a certain sense of pride and togetherness that accompanies seeing alumni staying active on campus, and with Nicole Dohoda, there is certainly no exception. Dohoda and her fiancé (whom she met while in Gannon’s theater program), Jared Lossie, are

Getting inside the foreign stereotype

Inside the Actors Studio

The idea of theatre automatically brings to mind costumes, stages, actors, lights, props, sound and much more. While “Inside the Actor’s Studio: Transitions and Cultural Stereotypes of post 9-11 America” will have many of these elements, they’ll be produced in

Climbing to the top with Scooter Thomas

Scooter

The friendships that we have often leave lasting marks on our lives. Relationships impact every choice that we make, from major decisions to restaurants that must be avoided. The friendships that we have when we’re young are some that stay