Posts Tagged ‘Kelsey Ghering’

  • Forum-1

    ‘Forum’ opens with comedy

    Apr 30, 14 • 2069 Views • Arts & LeisureNo Comments

    by The Schuster Theatre’s spring musical, “A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum,” is all comedy. The opening number is a tribute to the energy that continues throughout the rest of the show. The chorus is blatant about what to expect as the...

  • Women

    Three-week long festival kicks off

    Mar 12, 14 • 406 Views • Arts & LeisureNo Comments

    by The first show for Gannon University’s Mini Fringe Festival proved serious and mildly silly.   Written by Mary Lee Richey, “Women Without Skin” looks at women in a range of relationships centering on a mother-daughter tie, played by Paula Barrett...

  • Fringe

    Fringe festival takes Erie

    Feb 26, 14 • 593 Views • Arts & LeisureNo Comments

    by On March 10, classes resume, we’re 10 days closer to spring and the Schuster Theatre begins its annual Mini Fringe Festival. Made up of eight plays, one concert and one choral piece, the festival has scattered performances at different places, just like...

  • Tilly

    Show talks ‘Melancholy’

    Feb 12, 14 • 272 Views • Arts & LeisureNo Comments

    by Most of the time, theater farce is translated into slapstick comedy with an ounce of deeper meaning.  “The Melancholy Play” is different.  Sara Ruhl’s contemporary farce begins with meaning and branches out from there. Directed by Gannon University...

  • Copenhagen-2

    Dramashop’s second mainstage show opens

    Jan 29, 14 • 302 Views • Arts & Leisure, Top StoriesNo Comments

    by Good things come in threes: the Trinity, the Stooges and the cast of “Copenhagen.” Named for its setting in Denmark’s capital, this drama explores the very conversation that converted atomic power to a war force. The spare cast is certainly a...

  • Grimm

    ‘Grimm’ has lots of humor for everyone

    Dec 4, 13 • 442 Views • Arts & LeisureNo Comments

    by The Schuster Theatre is rehearsing with its hands. “Whimsical Grimm,” a comedy-filled puppet show, will open 8 p.m. Thursday.   Directed by the Rev. Shawn Clerkin, associate professor of theatre, the show is a one-act, “domestic” fairy tale told...