VIDEO: Fr. Shawn Clerkin Announces 2011-2012 Theatre Season

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There’s always something new on the Schuster Theatre stage. The 2010-2011 season featured Shakespeare’s “A Midsummer Night’s Dream,” Brecht’s “Galileo,” Shepard’s “A Lie of the Mind” and Lerner and Loewe’s “Camelot.” Those are some tough acts to follow, but next year’s season has some real heavyweights, too. Edge caught up with the always funny Rev. […]

Balancing the Budget (And My Schedule)

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Hello All! This semester, I’m taking my first economics class, which is proving to be an interesting experience. I never realized how detailed the economy is, even if you’re looking at it from a microeconomics standpoint. Keeping track of the different flows of money and products in and out of the system is proving to […]

Living “A Lie of the Mind”

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Hola Amigos! So last time we chatted, I was getting ready for “A Lie of the Mind.”  Well, the Schuster Theatre has been crazy lately. “A Lie of the Mind” (or as we cast members call it, “Lie”) opens this week, the cast of “For Colored Girls” is rehearsing for their opening night in March […]

It’s Okay to Get Stuck in Revolving Doors

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It seems like every time I turn around, I’m saying the words, “As soon as this project ends I’ll have so much more time to devote to the next thing.” Then, the next project starts and the door keeps revolving…

1,000 Words: Schuster Theatre Revolves Around the Sun

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During the fall semester, students rehearsed and performed Bertolt Brecht’s “Galileo,” which was presented by Gannon University’s Schuster Theatre. The show tells the story Galileo, of one of the greatest Italian scientists and astronomers. It depicts the struggles Galileo faced in presenting his discoveries to the world. The Schuster Theatre is home to several shows during […]