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Students to Perform Scenes from Opera, Musical Theater on Friday

Nov 21, 2014 From Kiss Me, Kate to The Ballad of Baby Doe, students will tackle a range of music and acting in Friday’s Scenes from Opera and Musical Theater event at Glidden Recital Hall.
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Science on Screen is Back with ‘Journey to the Center of the Earth’

Nov 18, 2014 Continuing to enhance thought-provoking topics related to acclaimed and beloved films, Science on Screen will return to the Athena Cinema with a free screening of the original 1959 Journey to the Center of the Earth, with geologist Dan Hembree and paleontologist Patrick O’Connor talking before and after.
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OU’s Senior Dance Concert Looks to Show Off Student Talent

Nov 13, 2014 Three years ago, Leah Crosby waited in anticipation to see the senior class take the stage eager for the day she would take that spotlight.
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Seniors Present New Work at the Senior Dance Concert Nov. 13-15

Nov 10, 2014 The Ohio University Division of Dance will be presenting their annual Senior Dance Concert from November 13th-November 15th in Putnam Hall’s own Shirley Wimmer Dance Theater.
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Jane Martin’s play 'Anton in Show Business' runs Nov. 11-15

Nov 10, 2014 The Ohio University Division of Theater will present Jane Martin’s “Anton in Show Business” from Nov. 11-15 in the Forum Theater located in the Radio and Television Building.
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‘Anton in Show Business,’ a Satire About Theater, Will be at the Forum Theater for One Week

Nov 10, 2014 This week, the Division of Theater is putting on Anton in Show Business, a play that is a satire about the making of a play.
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The Division of Theater Practices Diligently to Stay Safe During Main Stage Productions

Nov 7, 2014 Just before a technical rehearsal for Rashomon begins, the actors take the stage, and Emilio Tirri, who plays Tajomaru, slaps the wigmaker Callie Sour across the face.
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Dr. Vladimir Marchenkov Speaking at Case Western Reserve University

Nov 5, 2014 Dr. Vladimir Marchenkov, Professor of Aesthetics and Theory in the School of Interdisciplinary Arts, will be speaking on "Magic, Fable, and Opera: Monteverdi and the Quest for Immortality" at the World Literature Colloquium on Wednesday, ...
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Field Hockey: Player Turned Coach Now Balances Team

Nov 5, 2014 Luli Gomez Teruel lives a dual lifestyle.
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OU Play Tries to Isolate Truth in Dark and Bloody Tableau

Oct 29, 2014 Sixth Century Kyoto, Japan gave way to natural disasters, with the ancient gateway that once was grand and mighty now a breeding place for criminals and the dead. That is where "Rashomon" - a play written by Ivor Benjamin - begins.
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