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To reserve and pay
for your Gannon Fringe Pass, please email Jax Kubiak, Fringe Fest Erie
Producer, at firstname.lastname@example.org. Gannon Fringe Passes will go on sale today
(January 21st) at noon and sell until Feb 13th or until they are sold out.
There is a limited quantity of 40 Gannon Fringe Passes to be sold. They will be
sold on a first come first served basis. Reserve yours today! PLEASE NOTE: The
Gannon Fringe Pass does not grant you admission to off campus associated
productions at Dramashop, Erie Playhouse, All An Act, PACA, or Laugh/Riot. For
tickets to off campus associated productions, please contact the producing
theatres at their websites listed below:Dramashop - www.dramashop.orgErie Playhouse - www.erieplayhouse.orgAll An Act Theatre Productions - www.allanact.netLaugh/Riot Performing Arts Company - www.laughrioterie.comPACA - www.paca1505.com
Angela Howell, Costume Designer for the Erie Playhouse, will give a presentation on Tuesday Jan 27th from 6-8pm in the Schuster Theatre Green Room entitled "Working with the Mouse - Go Big or Go Home". Learn what it’s like to costume on a grand scale from a former theme park cast member. We will go on a “backstage tour” followed by a question and answer session covering everything from design conception to maintaining a 10 year run.All are welcome. Seating/space is limited. Admission into this special event/lecture will be on a first come first admitted policy. For more information, please contact Jax Kubiak, Technical Director, at email@example.com.
Directed by Fr. Shawn ClerkinRead the review on goerie.com.Read the review in The Gannon Knight.ALL PHOTOS COURTESY OF RICK KLEIN PHOTOGRAPHY.
Striking 12 Promotional video courtesy of Sean Morphy.
Dr. Doug King (Professor in the English Department), Rev. Shawn Clerkin (Director of Theatre), and Jax Kubiak (Technical Director of the Schuster Theatre) took 10 students to Staunton, VA over Fall Break to experience workshops, lectures, and attend 4 performances at the American Shakespeare Center's Blackfriars Playhouse. Students attended 2 lectures, 3 workshops, and saw performances of The Comedy of Errors, Pericles Prince of Tyre, MacBeth, and Edward II. Students also had time to explore and experience the culture of lovely Staunton, VA, including a morning hike led by Dr. King. Some pictures of the experience are below. All photos are courtesy of Zak Westfall, Theatre and Communications Arts major.
A look at the Blackfriars Playhouse.
The Fall Break 2014 group on the stage of the Blackfriars Playhouse.
Hiking with Dr. King in Staunton VA.
Some of the group met ASC cast members Gregory Phelps and Sara Hymes. Thank you Gregory and Sara for taking a photo with our group.
Joe Orton's "Loot" performed at the Schuster theatre from October 2-12. To view archive photos of this production, please visit our Facebook page at www.facebook.com/schustertheatre.
Please visit goerie.com to read more about this wonderful production.
10 Gannon University students and 3 faculty recently returned from a 12 day trip to Edinburgh, Scotland to participate and perform in the International Collegiate Theatre Festival, which runs concurrently and in coordination with the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. The Edinburgh Fringe Festival is the largest arts festival in the world and takes place every August for three weeks in Scotland's capital city. As participants in the 2014 ICTF, Gannon students performed Stephen Williams' "Whimsical Grimm" at Surgeons Hall on four different occasions. You can read the review of the production on Broadway Baby by clicking here.
The cast and crew of Whimsical Grimm. From L to R - Todd Paropacic, Abby Coppock, Zak Westfall, Cristen Manion, Brianna Woods, Khadija Djellouli, Luis Pontillo, Mary Stephens, Ethan Kelley, and Mike Fujito.
Gannon University was well represented at the College Recruitment Fair held for the American High School Theatre Festival. High school students had the opportunity to speak with Fr. Shawn Clerkin, Director of Theatre, as well as with current students Khadija Djellouli and Abby Coppock. Many thanks to everyone who helped us raise funds and donated to help our students attend and participate in this international experience!
Video clips courtesy of Fr. Shawn Clerkin, Director of Theatre and Jax Kubiak, Technical Director, will be posted soon.
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