Theatre Arts and O&N Present the Fall Musical “Next to Normal” at the Kline Theatre
Oct30

Theatre Arts and O&N Present the Fall Musical “Next to Normal” at the Kline Theatre

By Britney Brunache, A&E Editor This Wednesday, Oct. 30 through Nov. 3, the Theatre Arts Department and the Owl & Nightingale Players present the fall musical Next to Normal at the Kline Theatre, Brua Hall. The performances on Wednesday through Saturday are at 7:30 p.m. and on Sunday at 2:00 p.m. Tickets are $8 can be bought online or at the door with a credit card. Be advised that there is theatrical fog, strobe lights, and...

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Review: The Rocky Horror Picture Show
Oct29

Review: The Rocky Horror Picture Show

By Alicia Method, Contributing Writer This Saturday evening, dozens of excited students flocked to The Attic to experience The Rocky Horror Picture Show, which was presented by Gettysburg’s Student Musical Theater group. Chairs and couches were placed in a semi- circle around the center of the room underneath a large screen that showed The Rocky Horror Picture Show film. Even this seating was not enough to contain all of the...

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Review: Joker
Oct25

Review: Joker

By Ethan Cannistra, Staff Writer Joker tells the story of Arthur Fleck’s descent into madness as he turns into the classic comic book villain the Joker. Fleck lives with his mother in Gotham City and is struggling to make ends meet as a party clown. However, several events happen in Fleck’s personal and professional life that cause him to spiral out of control and slowly lose his sanity. Joker is a great character study of someone who...

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Updated: Sony’s New Plan for Spider-Man
Oct24

Updated: Sony’s New Plan for Spider-Man

By Ethan Cannistra, Staff Writer A story that shook the movie industry in recent weeks is the news that Spider-Man will no longer be a part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Sony will continue to produce and distribute Spider-Man films, but Peter Parker will no longer be allowed to interact with The Avengers or reference other Marvel characters. Since this story broke in August, there has been a significant amount of confusion over...

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Review: Gettysburg Hosts the World Premiere of Susan Russell’s Twin Hearts
Oct08

Review: Gettysburg Hosts the World Premiere of Susan Russell’s Twin Hearts

This slideshow requires JavaScript. By Phoebe Doscher, News Editor I bundled up in four layers of clothing on Friday night to brave the brisk, fall weather and attend a performance of Gettysburg College Theatre Arts Professor Susan Russell’s original play Twin Hearts, in its world premiere weekend at the Gettysburg Community Theatre. But the cast, along with Russell herself, who starred as Helen Keller’s mother Kate and managed the...

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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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