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Anne Walker

Ann is an Arts and Entertainment correspondent for the Gazette.

Articles by Anne Walker

Sandonato spends time with ballet students Sandonato spends time with ballet students
2 days ago - Centre County Gazette
STATE COLLEGE — For the second consecutive week, Performing Arts School of Central Pennsylvania (PASCP) hosted a Pennsylvania Ballet veteran for its summer ballet program. Barbara Sandonato spent five days last week working with talented young hopefuls for Ballet Theatre’s second summer [Read More]
Professional Dancer Helps State College Ballet Students Develop Skills Professional Dancer Helps State College Ballet Students Develop Skills
3 days ago - StateCollege.com - Centre County Gazette, Anne Walker
Yudenich performed in classic works such as “Sleeping Beauty,” “Nutcracker,” “La Bayadere,” “Giselle” and “Swan Lake.” “It can be tedious at times,” she says, “and young dancers have to do it over and over until they gain a tiny bit of understanding." [Read More]
Yudenich aids ballet students during visit to State College Yudenich aids ballet students during visit to State College
1 week ago - Centre County Gazette
STATE COLLEGE — Each summer, Ballet Theatre of State College (BTSC) gives students the opportunity to take classes taught by visiting guest artists. Last week, Gabriella Yudenich spent four days sharing her expertise with BTSC students. Yudenich danced professionally for over 10 years with [Read More]
'A Chorus Line' Hopes to be Sensational 'A Chorus Line' Hopes to be Sensational
4 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Centre County Gazette, Anne Walker
One by one, the dancers tell their stories, some comical, some raunchy, some cringe-inducing and some heart-breaking, but all authentic. Everyone can relate to some moment in this show. [Read More]
'A Chorus Line' hopes to be sensational 'A Chorus Line' hopes to be sensational
4 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
STATE COLLEGE — FUSE Productions’ next show spotlights the men and women who struggle through the minefields of Broadway auditions, pouring their hearts and souls into making enough of an impression on jaded directors to land a spot dancing in a musical. A Chorus Line, directed by [Read More]
Classic 'Anything Goes' Ready to Sail onto Stage Classic 'Anything Goes' Ready to Sail onto Stage
7 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Centre County Gazette, Anne Walker
Shenanigans ensue with a broken engagement, mistaken identities, a little bit of blackmail, a love triangle, women of questionable reputations, gangsters, a freshly-groomed canine and, oh yes, plenty of tap-dancing. [Read More]
Classic 'Anything Goes' ready for the stage Classic 'Anything Goes' ready for the stage
8 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
STATE COLLEGE — State College Community Theatre kicks off summer with a splash on Friday, July 11, at Mt. Nittany Middle School when cast and crew board the ocean liner S.S. American and set sail with the classic Cole Porter musical “Anything Goes.” The 80-year-old show has [Read More]
'Little Shop' Ready to Delight Audiences 'Little Shop' Ready to Delight Audiences
12 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Centre County Gazette, Anne Walker
Seymour becomes the proud owner of a carnivorous, blood-thirsty plant which demands human blood, body parts and, eventually entire human beings as its food. It also becomes more vulgar and difficult to live with, belting out R&B tunes and bellowing insults. [Read More]
'Little Shop' ready to delight audiences 'Little Shop' ready to delight audiences
12 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
STATE COLLEGE — A man-eating plant from outer space will bloom, grow and generally wreak havoc at Mt. Nittany Middle School starting June 6. State College Community Theatre, under the direction of Jason Poorman, will present the 1982 semi-classic science fiction horror musical comedy Little [Read More]
Ballet Group Closes Out May With Spring Gala Ballet Group Closes Out May With Spring Gala
13 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Centre County Gazette, Anne Walker
“Dancers have to be picky,” Maciejczyk says. Each shoulder needs to twist a certain way. Each hand should extend to a certain spot. Each foot needs to point in a certain direction. Repetition and encouragement help the young dancers create the fluid movements seen on stage. [Read More]
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