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Anne Walker

Ann is an Arts and Entertainment correspondent for the Gazette.

Articles by Anne Walker

'Spring Elation' on display at Fraser Street Gallery 'Spring Elation' on display at Fraser Street Gallery
2 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
STATE COLLEGE — Spring arrived this month on South Fraser Street with the launch of a celebratory exhibition, “Spring Elation.” Six of Pennsylvania's most intriguing photographers and painters have works displayed at Margaux Wolszczan's Fraser Street Gallery. "We wanted to [Read More]
Figurative Exhibition on display at Art Alliance Figurative Exhibition on display at Art Alliance
6 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
LEMONT — More than 50 of the region's most talented visual artists will display their work during exhibition at the Art Alliance in Lemont. The event, titled The Figurative Exhibition, opened March 13 and will run though Sunday, March 22. Local photographer Chuck Fong chairs this exhibit, [Read More]
'4,000 Miles' Brings an Unlikely Duo Together '4,000 Miles' Brings an Unlikely Duo Together
11 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Centre County Gazette, Anne Walker
As the drama unfolds, Leo discovers Vera's political views, which lean heavily toward Marxism."This is life," Manfull concludes, "a little snapshot of life from the point of view of a 21-year-old and a 91-year-old — simple, folksy and utterly human." [Read More]
'4,000 Miles' brings an unlikely duo together '4,000 Miles' brings an unlikely duo together
12 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
STATE COLLEGE — A total of 70 years separate Vera and her grandson Leo, yet through the course of the play “4,000 Miles,” the two characters come to relate to each other in ways neither could have foreseen. FUSE productions will present Amy Herzog's award-winning drama, under the [Read More]
‘Annie Get Your Gun' coming to State Theatre ‘Annie Get Your Gun' coming to State Theatre
13 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
STATE COLLEGE — Nearly 70 years have passed since Ethel Merman belted out the timeless words, “There's no business like show business!” The State College Community Theatre agrees that there's no other business like the theater. And, on Thursday, Feb. 12, its producation of [Read More]
Saggese artwork featured at medical center Saggese artwork featured at medical center
20 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
STATE COLLEGE — For the second time this year, area painter Benjamin Saggese has decided to share his artwork with those he feels need to see it most. Patients, visitors and staff at Mount Nittany Medical center have the opportunity to enjoy a series of some of the Munson resident’s [Read More]
Boob will perform a variety of roles in 'Nutcracker' Boob will perform a variety of roles in 'Nutcracker'
20 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
STATE COLLEGE — As the curtains draw to a close on another year, they open on another production of the holiday classic, “The Nutcracker.” Small struggling ballet studios across the nation depend on this time-honored cash cow for their survival. It allows them to keep operating [Read More]
State College Dancer Studies at Bolshoi Ballet Academy State College Dancer Studies at Bolshoi Ballet Academy
29 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Centre County Gazette, Anne Walker
“With the Bolshoi name comes intimidation,” Pugh says, “you hear about the stereotype of the strict, physical Russian teacher. But they were actually kind and helpful.” [Read More]
State College dancer studies at Bolshoi Ballet Academy State College dancer studies at Bolshoi Ballet Academy
30 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
STATE COLLEGE — Erika Pugh, a 17-year-old State College Area High School senior, returned home from Moscow earlier this month after spending six weeks training with the Bolshoi Ballet Academy. The official school of the Bolshoi Ballet, the 235-year-old academy has a reputation as one of the [Read More]
'New Normal' Recalls 9/11 Tragedy 'New Normal' Recalls 9/11 Tragedy
33 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Centre County Gazette, Anne Walker
The performance will take place on Sept. 11, the 13th anniversary of the terror attacks that stunned the nation. “We weren’t sure it people would want to go back and think about it this way,” he says, “but apparently they do.” [Read More]
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