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Gannon University to Project Live Performance of "Love Notes" on Schuster Theatre Building

Gannon University's Schuster Theatre will present

Gannon University's Schuster Theatre will present "Loves Notes."

Gannon University’s Schuster Theatre is taking an innovative approach to its upcoming performance, Love Notes, which will be projected on the Schuster Theatre building, 620 Sassafras St., for Gannon and public viewing at 8 p.m. on Nov. 12-14.

Love Notes can also be viewed as a live-stream option via Facebook at @gannonschustertheatre. 

This original, theatrical art installation project is written and performed by Gannon’s own students and faculty, as well as community members. The production explores questions including: What does theatre mean to you? Why do you care that it is on hold? Who are you without it? Where do characters go when they aren’t performing? Where do we go? Why should we care?

Love Notes is directed by Alaina Manchester, director of performing and visual arts at the Schuster Theatre. She is accompanied by student directors Seamus Clerkin and Petra Shearer, as well as local artist and videographer Britty Lea.

Attendees are required to wear face masks and maintain social distancing measures of six feet apart at all times while on campus.

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