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 […]

Ad-Lib: New Year Brings Dramatic Changes

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Happy New Year everyone! I hope your winter break has been wonderful and relaxing — I know mine has been. Now is a time for New Year’s resolutions. Of course there is always the “I’m going to lose weight,” and the “I’m going to be more organized,” but this year my resolution is to find […]

No Car on Campus? No Problem

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Right around this time of the year, there’s a fever that goes around. Got any ideas? No, it’s not Saturday Night Fever.  I don’t know about you, but cabin fever is striking me hard this winter. It’s that crazy, itching desire to get out of the apartment, go places, see friends, have some fun in […]

Big-Screen Fun for a Small-Scale Budget: APB Movie Nights

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So, you don’t have a car on campus?  And wait – you only have a dollar in your pocket?  Perfect.  Thanks to Gannon’s Activities Programming Board, that dollar is all you need for a fun night with friends and a big-screen movie. Every other weekend, APB brings a movie to the Zurn building, right in […]

Edgar Allan Poe is Alive and Well at the Schuster Theatre

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Talent, literature, and appeal were the driving factors behind The Rev. Shawn Clerkin’s  choosing of “Nevermore” as the most recent musical production on the Schuster Theater stage. Nevermore is a musical based on the last few hours Edgar Allan Poe spent alive. It incorporates many of his works into the show as well as the […]

Student Voices: Where's Your Favorite Place to Study?

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Last week, Edge staffers went backstage at Gannon’s Schuster Theatre to catch up with cast members of  “Dancing at Lughnasa.” They’re actors, but they’re also students. In addition to learning lines and blocking, they’ve got to study, too. So, we wanted to know: “When you’re not rehearsing, where’s your favorite place to study?”