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A Toast to the Talented: Chiara Motley – a True Double-threat

When Chiara Motley ’03, a 5’8” thin blonde with a shining smile, strides into a room, you will never guess that she recently convinced hundreds of audience members of being a 55-year old mother striving to maintain a dark family secret. But, with her innate natural talent and conscientious approach to acting, Motley played the…

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The Steinbach Arrival of St. Pierre’s Sons

Coming this week to Steinbach Theater is the Theater 520 production All My Sons, by renowned playwright Arthur Miller, whose other works include Death of a Salesman and The Crucible. Despite minor setbacks, such as three cast members being stuck off campus after a long weekend because of inclement weather, the production continues to flourish…

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Outside the Box

“There are five different stages that a person will go through when he faces the fact of his own death: denial, anger, bargaining, depression, and acceptance. These stages will last for different periods of time, they will replace each other, or exist at times side by side… But the one thing that usually persists through…

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Jazzification

It wasn’t difficult to warm-up to the music of the Academy Jazz Band, whose performance in Kemper Auditorium last Sunday provided a nice respite from the cold and rainy weather outdoors. Three small ensembles preformed before the Academy Jazz Band took the stage. Positioned stage right, nestled among the music stands, was the opening ensemble,…

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The Soaring Melodies of Hawk

“You are in for a great experience as Hawk weaves his magic,” promised Jennie Cline before musician and storyteller Hawk Henries took the stage with “Finding Peace though Music: One Man’s Gift.” What ensued on Wednesday at 6:45 in the Timken Room in Graves Hall was a unique entertainment experience that combined wind instruments and…

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