Posts Tagged: Theatre

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

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 Di...
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Getting my foot in the door at the Olivier Awards

College is all about having once-in-a-lifetime opportunities. Being a college student means that more options are available to you to try amazing thin...
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Introducing the new School of Communication and the Arts

Gannon University has announced the creation of the School of Communication and the Arts in the College of Humanities, Education and Social Sciences. ...
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The view from the director’s chair

“All the world’s a stage, and all the men and women merely players. They have their exits and their entrances, and one man in his time plays many ...
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The Schuster Theatre sends out a call for 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 ...
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‘A Trois’ stresses concrete relationship issues in an abstract world

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 ...
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The art styles of downtown Erie

Ask anyone involved in the arts in some way, shape or form about the importance of local arts and entertainment, and they will speak until they’re b...
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‘Termination’ tackles serious issue at the Schuster Theatre

Imagine a world where you needed to apply for a suicide. You would travel to a government owned Suicide Center, fill out stacks of paperwork (similar ...
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Climbing to the top with Scooter Thomas

The friendships that we have often leave lasting marks on our lives. Relationships impact every choice that we make, from major decisions to restauran...
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Laugh/Riot presents a play with “No Exit”

“Hell is other people.” No, for once I’m not talking about the population of your 8 a.m. class, or the obnoxious group of people you saw in the ...