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2016

29

Jun

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#edgeREWIND: what to do in Erie this summer

If you’re in Erie this summer and are looking for things to do, fret no more! Here is a list of 13 things in Erie that will keep you from boredom and show you parts of Erie you may not have thought to explore before! Warner Theatre From Broadway shows to comedians, the Warner Theatre hosts […]

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10

Jan

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An Erie Playhouse Youtheatre show: From the perspective of a double major in theater and education

So this is my background… I have had a love for the theatre ever since I was little. From elementary to my junior year of high school, I was involved in a theatre group for children known as Saltworks. Every summer they had a theatre camp and would put on two shows a year. In […]

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2014

19

Dec

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Holiday entertainment hits Erie

Christmas time means Christmas cheer, and if you’re looking for some holiday-themed entertainment around Erie, you’re in luck. Like theatre? The Erie Playhouse and Warner Theatre have you covered with some Christmas classics. The Erie Playhouse will present “Elf” through Jan. 4. Check out dates and times here. The Playhouse will also hold its New Year’s […]

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05

May

How to spend your summers in Erie

The cast of the cinematic masterpiece “High School Musical 2” once exclaimed, “What time is it? Summertime!” With this in mind, summer is once again almost upon us. Surprisingly enough, many students choose to stay in Erie over the summer, whether it’s to complete a required class, internship, or just to stay in touch with […]

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2013

14

Sep

Killer rabbits, pigs blood, and old owl eyes come to the big stage

As one chapter ends, another begins. And with “Legally Blonde: The Musical” soon coming to a close, so does the Erie Playhouse’s 2012-2013 season. But don’t be too sad, as this means that we are less than a month away from a brand new slate of musicals, plays, youth shows, and special events. Erie Playhouse […]

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27

Apr

Moving on up to the top

Why are changes so hard to deal with? Just think, has there ever been a time in your life where the thought of doing something you have never done before frightened you? It could also be exciting. But why do we have all the emotion? Change happens all the time, so why do we treat […]

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17

Apr

The healing power of theatre

I have been doing theatre for 13 years and I love it. However, there are certain moments when I realize just how important it is to the community. On April 6 and 13, members and friends of Gannon University’s theatre fraternity, Alpha Psi Omega, performed a show called “Once upon a Forest” in collaboration with […]

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25

Mar

Ultimate Faves: Final Four face off!

On to the Final Four! After another week of voting, we can announce the remaining faves that will square off in the semifinals. Favorite Place to Eat: Molly Brannigan’s Favorite Study Spot: Starbucks Favorite Local Attraction: Waldameer Favorite Hangout: Plymouth Tavern  Now’s your chance — pick which two faves should advance to the championship round. […]

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18

Mar

Ultimate Faves: Elite Eight faves square off

Here at GU, March Madness isn’t limited to the women’s basketball team. Edge’s Ultimate Fave tournament is down to just eight spots. Cast your votes now to determine which faves advance to the Final Four. Voting ends Monday, March 25. Favorite Place to Eat: [VOTING HAS CLOSED] Eliminated in the last round: Knight’s Cove, Sidewalk […]

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11

Mar

Ultimate Fave 2013: Sweet Sixteen faves go head to head

The field has been narrowed to sixteen spots vying for the title of Gannon’s Ultimate Fave 2013. Vote for your favorite places and determine who advances to the Elite Eight, which will be posted next Monday. Favorite Places to Eat [VOTING HAS CLOSED] Eliminated in the last round: Beyer Cafeteria, Courtyard Cafe [VOTING HAS CLOSED] Eliminated in […]

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