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Saturday, October 23, 2021

Performing Arts

Read up on theatre, dance projects and more.

Majoring in Improv poster

Commentary: My first improv experience

Eric Jensen reflects on his first time performing improv comedy at a Majoring in Improv club meeting.
The Grand Theatre

The Grand Theatre offers discounts for students, faculty and staff

Find out what shows will run at The Grand Theatre this year, and how students can obtain a free ticket to The Grand.
The Last Five Years

‘The Last Five Years’ now playing at the Grand

Learn about the Grand's latest production and when you can see the show.

Nature and the art of dance combine at ‘EarthWorks’

“EarthWorks” will be performed Nov. 16 and 17 at 7:30 p.m at the Grand Theatre. Admission is $5 or half price with a non-perishable food item. Admission is free to SLCC students and staff.
Harland Eldredge as Robert

‘Company’ challenges SLCC theatre students

The SLCC theatre department added some unexpected surprises to the award-winning musical.
"EXPRESSION" promotional poster

SLCC Dance Company presents ‘EXPRESSION’

SLCC Dance Company will showcase a semester's worth of work during its fall concert Nov. 22 and 23.
Actresses rehearsing a scene from "Heat"

EttaGrace Black Theatre Company brings the ‘Heat’

The EttaGrace Black Theatre Company ends its 2012 season with the production of Marsha Estell’s “Heat.” The play has been nominated for a Joseph...
Flamenco dancers

Photos: Noche Flamenca at the Grand Theatre

Duyen Nguyen captures the explosion of colors and choreography from the flamenco concert.
eMotion in Motion

Review: SLCC Dance Company shines on eMotion

Audience members were treated to artistically diverse performances at the "eMOTION in MOTION" multimedia dance concert.
Tyler Brignone

Review: Go see ‘Jekyll & Hyde’ at the Grand

Read why Stacey Bradshaw gives "Jekyll & Hyde: The Musical" a 5/5 rating.

Actors wanted: SLCC Film Department looks to fill 100 roles

The SLCC Film Department is holding a casting call this week.
Latoya Rhodes as Miss Evers, Gregory Lang as Ben Washington and Ricardo Eugene as Hodman Bryan

‘Miss Evers’ Boys’ is a can’t miss theater experience

Explore the descent into real evil with "Miss Evers' Boys" as it represents what happened to syphilitic black men from 1932 to 1972.