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Many of the student pieces are multidisciplinary and feature a variety of mediums including poetry, film and original music.
The musical, with music and lyrics by Frank Loesser, will be presented in a full production with orchestra and newly designed sets, lights and costumes.
Installation representing Buffalo on display at the Seoul Biennale makes a statement about unity and community.
The work muses on various forms of twilight, with each movement framed by accompanying poetic inscriptions.
The show is directed by Vincent O’Neill, artistic director and co-founder of Irish Classical Theatre, and an associate theatre professor in the department.
Audiences will be indulged in various styles of dance, including popular American forms and interpretive expressions of contemporary movement.
“FEMALE,” the season's unifying theme, encompasses a range of endeavors that include exhibitions, installations, performances, screenings and residencies.
National Magazine Award-winning columnist and author of the forthcoming book “Hate Inc." will speak on Sept. 20 in Asbury Hall in Babeville.
New role provides a broader vehicle to expand on the campus and community programming Milletti has developed curating the English department’s Exhibit X Fiction Series.
The extended four-movement work for symphony orchestra to be performed under the baton of the BPO’s Grammy-winning conductor and music director JoAnn Falletta.
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