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Anne Walker

Ann is an Arts and Entertainment correspondent for the Gazette.

Articles by Anne Walker

The 1980s Return in 'The Wedding Singer' The 1980s Return in 'The Wedding Singer'
6 days ago - StateCollege.com - Centre County Gazette, Anne Walker
Anyone who survived the days of big hair, shoulder pads, Rubik’s Cubes, fluorescent leg warmers, fingerless gloves and Day-Glo everything will relate to State College Community Theatre’s upcoming show, “The Wedding Singer.” [Read More]
The 1980s return in 'The Wedding Singer' The 1980s return in 'The Wedding Singer'
1 week ago - Centre County Gazette
STATE COLLEGE — Anyone who survived the days of big hair, shoulder pads, Rubik’s Cubes, fluorescent leg warmers, fingerless gloves and Day-Glo everything will relate to State College Community Theatre’s upcoming show, “The Wedding Singer.” The 1980s will return when [Read More]
Carroll drives interactive 'Mission Implausible' show Carroll drives interactive 'Mission Implausible' show
2 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
STATE COLLEGE — In a world desperately in need of saviors, one woman has come to town ready to start saving the world one region at a time. Meet “Top Secret Agent Karen” — she sometimes moves about with mere mortals, all the while disguised as mild-mannered actor, educator, [Read More]
Fong photography show highlights vintage diners Fong photography show highlights vintage diners
9 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
BELLEFONTE — In Chuck Fong's Fraser Street studio, visitors get an eyeful of what the photographer calls “nuts and bolts.” Fong's professional work includes portraits, weddings, marching bands and events clients remember through handsome photographs. "These present the client [Read More]
'SantaLand Diaries' ready for the stage 'SantaLand Diaries' ready for the stage
10 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
STATE COLLEGE — Back in 1992, humor writer David Sedaris presented an essay describing his brief stint working as an elf in SantaLand at Macy's. “SantaLand Diaries,” which Sedaris read on National Public Radio, became something of an instant tradition for NPR listeners. Four [Read More]
PASCP plans to have 'guest artist' experience PASCP plans to have 'guest artist' experience
15 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
STATE COLLEGE —In any given discipline, a professional in the field can provide invaluable wisdom and guidance to those learning about the activity. Performing Arts School of Central Pennsylvania (PASCP) has always offered its ballet students the opportunity to take classes with professional [Read More]
Horner's Works on Display at Mount Nittany Medical Center Horner's Works on Display at Mount Nittany Medical Center
20 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Centre County Gazette, Anne Walker
You can't simply walk by these paintings without stopping to take a closer look. Nature lovers in particular will find this show enchanting. Horner takes a close look at plants and birds and reproduces them in amazingly detailed watercolor. [Read More]
Horner's works on display at Mount Nittany Medical Center Horner's works on display at Mount Nittany Medical Center
20 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
STATE COLLEGE — Local painter Brenda Horner has some arresting pieces on display at the Mount Nittany Medical Center. You can't simply walk by these paintings without stopping to take a closer look. Nature lovers in particular will find this show enchanting. Horner takes a close look at [Read More]
'The Submission' is the latest offering from FUSE Productions 'The Submission' is the latest offering from FUSE Productions
21 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
STATE COLLEGE — FUSE Productions, under the direction of Richard Biever, will kick off their season with the reading of Jeff Talbot's drama “The Submission” at 7 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 20, at the Singing on Stage Studio, 1108 S. Pugh St. According to Biever, FUSE Producations' [Read More]
State Theatre Displays Exhibit of 'Pure Imagination' from Local Artist State Theatre Displays Exhibit of 'Pure Imagination' from Local Artist
26 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Gazette Staff, Anne Walker
"The forms are complicated, with weird distortions," he said. "A nose might look like an ear of corn. Or you might notice a face hidden in another feature.” [Read More]
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