Review: ‘Who Are You in Gettysburg’ Speaks to Real Problems in our Community
Dec27

Review: ‘Who Are You in Gettysburg’ Speaks to Real Problems in our Community

By Jennifer Clogg, Staff Writer Gettysburg College is a community made up of people who are unafraid to share their opinions and life stories whenever the opportunity may arise. “Who Are You in Gettysburg” was an excellent opportunity for the voices of minority students at Gettysburg to be heard loud and clear, and boy were their stories ones that needed to be told. The show took place on Nov. 15 at 6:30 pm and was directed by Britney...

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Senior Spotlight: Tyra Riedemonn
Nov08

Senior Spotlight: Tyra Riedemonn

By Jennifer Clogg, Staff Writer Tyra Riedemonn ‘20 is a Theater Arts and Cinema and Media Studies Double Major from Washington Heights, New York who plans on going into theater marketing and management or admissions upon graduation from Gettysburg College. Her favorite show she has ever directed was The Gift by Simon Fill; it is a show about two kids who skip class to talk about deep and existential life questions. Currently, she is...

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Directing Scenes Dazzle Audiences like a Professional Production

This slideshow requires JavaScript. By  Jennifer Clogg, Staff Writer What’s better than seeing one play at a time? Seeing nine mini plays over the course of two days, of course! This past Tuesday, Oct. 1 and Thursday, Oct. 3, I had the immense pleasure of going to see the directing scenes put on by Theater 212: Fundamentals of Acting. The shows were run by the students of the class, who individually casted, directed, and put on a...

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“Artful Nature” and “Getting There” Make Waves in Schmucker Art Gallery
Oct02

“Artful Nature” and “Getting There” Make Waves in Schmucker Art Gallery

By Jennifer Clogg, Staff Writer I push through the doors of Schmucker Art Gallery into a world of chilled, silent, and beautiful respect. There are two functioning sides of the gallery currently: Artful Nature and the Legacy of Maria Sibylla Merian curated by Emily Roush (2021) and Shannon Zeltmann (2021), with direction from Professor Felicia Else and Professor Kay Etheridge, and Getting There featuring art by Andrew Ellis Johnson...

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Fall 2019 Performance Calendar at Gettysburg College
Sep11

Fall 2019 Performance Calendar at Gettysburg College

By Jennifer Clogg, Staff Writer Here at Gettysburg College, there is always a variety of events that students can attend. Of all the events offered in a single semester, my personal favorites are the conservatory performances and the plays and musicals. Below are the dates for all of the upcoming musical and theatrical events for the fall semester so that you don’t miss out on any of the best action! Next to Normal Performance dates...

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