‘Arts & Leisure’

  • House-of-Cards-Season-3

    Is ‘House of Cards’ the new black?

    Jan 28, 15 • 283 Views • Arts & LeisureNo Comments

    by The mourning stage had set in. After watching the last episode of “Breaking Bad,” nothing seemed to be the same. There was the feeling you get when you finish a really good book — the rest of the world seems to go about their business, but your world...

  • apb

    So much room for activities

    Jan 28, 15 • 145 Views • Arts & LeisureNo Comments

    by The Activities Programming Board at Gannon University always plans to make each semester an exciting one for students. Spring semester is shaping up to be a busy one for APB. As the premiere event planning group on campus, APB is in charge of providing...

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    Dramashop welcomes original play

    Jan 28, 15 • 133 Views • Arts & LeisureNo Comments

    by This year, the Erie Fringe Festival enters its fifth year. With eight productions on campus and six more associate productions, the cool February air is crisp with the arts. Dramashop – a local theater company founded by Gannon alumnus Zach Flock in 2011...

  • seascape

    ‘Seascape’ paints unusual picture

    Jan 28, 15 • 163 Views • Arts & LeisureNo Comments

    by Edward Albee is one of the greatest living American playwrights, but you probably haven’t heard that name before. Much like better known playwrights — Arthur Miller, Sam Shepard and Thornton Wilder — Albee has won multiple Pulitzer Prizes as a...

  • Into-the-Woods

    Student finds herself happily lost ‘Into the Woods’

    Jan 21, 15 • 417 Views • Arts & LeisureNo Comments

    by Every so often, a musical theater production is translated into the world of cinema. On Christmas Day, a movie version of the Broadway musical “Into the Woods” was released into theaters, earning a domestic total of almost $120 million as of Monday....

  • the-real-fringe

    Fifth annual Fringe Fest Erie begins

    Jan 21, 15 • 371 Views • Arts & LeisureNo Comments

    by Theater creates a world of its own with endless possibilities for interpretations and visions. As an actor or actress, the expression of these visions is limited due to the direction of a director, organization of the scenic and costume designers and the...

  • Grace---Album-Review

    Album acts as turning point

    Jan 21, 15 • 337 Views • Arts & LeisureNo Comments

    by The time is 3:07 a.m.; it is a Monday morning and tonight has been surreal to say the least. Without going into too much detail for my university newspaper, it is important to know that this semester marks a new start for me – or at least the start of a...

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    Orchestra pays tribute to American leader

    Jan 21, 15 • 297 Views • Arts & LeisureNo Comments

    by The Erie Chamber Orchestra performed its annual concert “Celebrating Martin Luther King Jr.” at Cathedral Prep High School Friday. “Celebrating Martin Luther King Jr.,” performed annually for the past 37 years, is one of the Erie Chamber...

  • Schuster

    Despite challenges, choir has holiday spirit

    Dec 10, 14 • 803 Views • Arts & LeisureNo Comments

    by Walking down the decorated halls and walk ways of Gannon University`s festive campus, it’s not difficult to get in the holiday spirit. Gannon is providing much merriment through the blistery cold month of December — ’tis the season, after all. The...

  • Violin

    Christmas as told by Vivaldi and Schubert

    Dec 10, 14 • 641 Views • Arts & Leisure1 Comment

    by The Erie Chamber Orchestra at Gannon University prides itself in holding a full season of free concerts, which are open to the public. This season is no different. The ECO continues with its “Classical Christmas” show Friday, at the Cathedral Prep...