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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

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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

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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

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

Nature and the art of dance combine at ‘EarthWorks’

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“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

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

SLCC Dance Company presents ‘EXPRESSION’

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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’

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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

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

Review: SLCC Dance Company shines on eMotion

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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

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

Actors wanted: SLCC Film Department looks to fill 100 roles

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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

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