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As competition to attend Ithaca heats up, we look at how admission finds the students who will be a “perfect fit.”     by Sherrie Negrea

Meg Schneider ’11 knew from the age of seven, when she landed a part in Peter Pan at a community theater in Houston, that she wanted to perform on Broadway. To train for her budding career she...

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It's not unusual to see IC theater majors make it big after graduation. For example, Michele Federer '95 is now starring opposite Emmy Award-winner Mare Winningham in the stage production of The Glass Menagerie at the Old Globe Theatre in San Diego. Federer originated the role of Nessarose in the Broadway production of Wicked and appeared...

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Congratulations to associate professor Cynthia Henderson for being honored at Women's Expo 2008, sponsored by Cayuga Radio Group. Henderson is among the "20 Outstanding Women You Should Know," a group selected for their interesting and inspiring stories from the dozens of nominees representing local women with diverse careers, backgrounds, volunteer activities,...

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There is still one more opportunity remaining this semester to witness the "Great Scenes from Great Plays" series offered by the Department of Theatre Art's Styles of Acting classes.

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IC Theatre stages Shakespeare's romantic comedy with performances beginning Tuesday, April 15.

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