"Shape of things" brings in the crowd

April 1, 2009 0

What does it mean to be truly subjective? How deep can changes to ourselves go? These are questions you take with you after seeing “The Shape of Things.” The show opened at 8pm on Friday night and will continue until April 5.

MU's chorale ensemble

March 25, 2009 0

The Chorale at Millersville University is the most select choral ensemble on campus. It is comprised of 32 experienced singers of various majors and academic levels.

Music Friday at local Lancaster venues

March 25, 2009 0

There are few people who can remain in a bad mood while drinking coffee and listening to local music. Every third Friday of the month, Lancaster City features local bands and solo artists throughout the town, mainly on Prince and Queen Street. Rachel’s Creperie, Prince Street Café and Pennsylvania College of Art & Design are just a few of the places where you can experience music on Third Friday.

Kite Runner, a story about friendship and loyalty

March 25, 2009 1

This past Saturday, March 21 Millersville hosted American Place Theater’s adaptation of the novel The Kite Runner. Actor Sorab Wadia gave a 55 minute one-man show, playing seven characters at one point or another.

Challenging ideas about art and love

March 25, 2009 0

Millersville University Theatre is proud to present the third and final production for this academic year. The Shape of Things is a play about personal image, which challenges our most deeply entrenched ideas about art and love.

Book Review: "It Had to Be You" – the Gossip Girl prequel

March 25, 2009 0

Cecily von Ziegesar, author of the #1 New York Times Bestselling series, Gossip Girl, finally exposes the events that take place prior to the happenings of the series in, It Had To Be You, the Gossip Girl prequel. In the novel, the reader is given an insider’s glimpse of what life is like for a rich teenage resident of New York City’s Upper East Side.

Talent shining through on stage

March 18, 2009 0

This past Friday, Josh Cramoy, a 25-year-old musician performed on acoustic guitar at the Club de’Ville. The University Activities Board saw Cramoy perform and asked him to come down and play for us here at Millersville. Senior Donald Brennan, the president of UAB, said he wanted to have Cramoy perform at Club de‘Ville because he thought MU students would appreciate Cramoy’s talent.

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