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 Theatre Arts majors in the Styles of Acting class invite you to enjoy scenes from five of Shakespeare's best-known plays. 


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On the Verge's production of THE DUCHESS OF MALFI will feature a cast of faculty members (Greg Bostwick, Chrystyna Dail, Paul Hansom, Dan Breen); students (Lily Waldron, Will Champion, Cam Wenrich, Danielle Newmark, Adam David, Usman Ishaq, Conor Shatto); and local professional actors and members of the Ithaca community (Arthur Bicknell, Samuel Holmes, Geneva Matusiak). It was directed by Claire Gleitman (English), and assistant directed and stage managed by Theatre Arts students Danica Kelley and TJ Lyons, respectively.

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Only a week till break, but still lots of concert choices:

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The Department of Writing's student-edited journal of art and literature, Stillwater Magazine, joins forces with Spit That!, IC's spoken-word poetry club, to present the ever popular and always lively Read, Write, Improv Night, which takes place TONIGHT, November 9, at 7 PM in Clark Lounge (Student Center).

Many in our community may be looking for a place to express themselves creatively today. This is the place.

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Highlights of the pre-Thanksgiving weeks' concerts are below!

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Wilde about Coward and Shaw

Contributed by Greg Bostwick on 11/04/2016 

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 You are invited to a midday treat of wit and wonderment as Theatre Arts performance majors in the Styles of Acting course present scenes from George Bernard Shaw, Noel Coward and Oscar Wilde.


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 Witches and ghosts, madness and murder, swordfights, soliloquies, and two of the most compelling characters ever created.


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 The Women's and Gender Studies Program brings Lenelle Moïse back to campus to perform her new show: AMPLIFY: A "Speaking Intersections" Mixtape.  Speaking truth to power, Haitain-American poet and playwright Lenelle Moïse will perform original poems, essays and monologues to illuminate the intersections of race, class, gender, spirit, and sexuality.  Tuesday, November 1st from 7-9 pm in Emerson Suites.  


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The Department of Writing is pleased to announce its next Handwerker Reading Series event, to be held this Tuesday, Nov. 1 at 5:30 pm in the Handwerker Gallery (Gannett Center). Tuesday's reading will feature creative nonfiction by Raza Rumi and Tyrone Shaw, who will explore the connections between creative writing and social justice.

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 Take advantage of one or a dozen - all free and open to all!

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Lenelle Moise is an award-winning poet, playwright and performance artist. Her play MERIT tells the story of Mona, the only black student and Southerner in a prestigious graduate fiction program in rural Vermont.

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Please join us for the opening reception of DARK PASSAGE at the Handwerker Gallery, on Thursday, October 27, from 5-7 pm. Stop by, meet the artists, gather with friends, and get a first-look!

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The Handwerker Gallery is proud to present DARK PASSAGE, which will remain on view from Wednesday, October 26 through Sunday, December 11. Featuring paired bodies of work by artists Sarah Sutton (Department of Art) and Ben Altman, DARK PASSAGE welcomes the progression of Fall with an exhibition exploring the tangle of human experience in a chaotic world.

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A plethora of opportunities are coming soon, including top notch guest artists, student and faculty performances, and a chance to hear the School of Music dean at the piano!

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Each ticket holder for the Hangar Theatre Charades Challenge on October 22 will be entered in a drawing for two tickets for the B'way hit-of-hits, "Hamilton." You must be present to win. (Food and open bar included). Tickets available at See you at the Hangar.

Theatre Arts majors in the Styles of Acting class invite you to enjoy scenes from three of Shakespeare's best-known plays. Scenes will be performed from Romeo and Juliet, Cymbeline and Measure for Measure


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Sunday, October 23, 2016

Ithaca College campus

Co-sponsored by the School of Music and Finger Lakes Environmental Film Festival (FLEFF)

All day - starting at 11am and finishing with the spectacular concluding concert at 7:30PM.  Exact schedule for the day will be available soon.

Music from around the world:  America, Africa, Trinidad, Japan, India, Brazil and Argentina

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Is Scandal Your Cup of Tea?

Contributed by Greg Bostwick on 10/16/2016 

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 If so, you might enjoy getting in a few lessons while having some laughs along the way. 

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Steve Gorn, ethnomusicologist, world traveler and performing musician presents a series of events that are free and open to the public.

Sponsored by Hospicare and Palliative Care Services in partnership with the Ithaca College School of Music and the Ithaca College Gerontology Institute. No reservations are required. 

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Lori Freedman residency

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World renowned Bass Clarinetist Lori Freedman ( ) will be a guest artist of the Composition Program during both the Fall 2016 Term and Spring 2017 Terms.

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