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Singing Onstage Teaches Students More than Musical Theatre Singing Onstage Teaches Students More than Musical Theatre
10 hours ago - StateCollege.com - Michael Martin Garrett
“When you have to do all this crazy and embarrassing stuff onstage for the show, it makes giving a presentation in social studies class the next day feel like nothing,” Henderson says. [Read More]
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Singing Onstage Teaches Students More than Musical Theatre Singing Onstage Teaches Students More than Musical Theatre
10 hours ago - StateCollege.com - Michael Martin Garrett
“When you have to do all this crazy and embarrassing stuff onstage for the show, it makes giving a presentation in social studies class the next day feel like nothing,” Henderson says. [Read More]

Greetings from 'Alabama' Greetings from 'Alabama'
6 days ago - StateCollege.com - Russell Frank
I came away thinking that I live in a strange land. State College is no hotbed of liberalism, but it is surely an exception to Clinton crony James Carville's famous formulation that "Pennsylvania is Pittsburgh and Philadelphia and Alabama in the middle." [Read More]

New Show by Local Playwright Promises Revolution & Laughter New Show by Local Playwright Promises Revolution & Laughter
6 days ago - StateCollege.com - Michael Martin Garrett
An unassuming kitchen table surrounded by 50’s housewives may not seem like the place where a revolution begins, but then one of the wives starts pulling out electric vibrators. “Put all this together, and we have a perfect storm,” Sax says. “We have a comedy.” [Read More]

State College Spikes Clarify Apology After Performance by Actor Corey Feldman State College Spikes Clarify Apology After Performance by Actor Corey Feldman
2 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Steve Bauer
The problem, according to the Spikes, was that Feldman was not expected to sing -- and that the duties he was supposed to perform never happened. "We are not apologizing for the content of Feldman's performance," says Walker. [Read More]

Creamery Scoops Its Way to Record-Breaking ArtsFest Sales Creamery Scoops Its Way to Record-Breaking ArtsFest Sales
3 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Evan Murach
"I was really tickled that they sold that many. I said, 'How could they ever sell that many cones?' When I walked by I would look at the line I would see the number on the ice cream cone it was only like 13,000, and I thought they were never going to do it." [Read More]

Arts Fest Forecast: Tornado Watch Posted With Storms Expected Thursday Arts Fest Forecast: Tornado Watch Posted With Storms Expected Thursday
4 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Michael Martin Garrett
The first day of Arts Fest comes complete with thunderstorms and a tornado watch. “We’re going to see some pretty heavy rains that may lead to flooding problems, and there’s also the possibility for some damaging winds,” Walker says. [Read More]

Hot Tuna Returns to the State Theatre Hot Tuna Returns to the State Theatre
4 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Gazette Staff
In the mid-1960s Jorma Kaukonen was invited to play in a rock'n'roll band that was forming in San Francisco; he knew just the guy to play bass and summoned his old friend, Jack Casady. The striking signature guitar and bass riffs in the now-legendary songs by the Jefferson Airplane were the result [Read More]

Kids Have Opportunity to Learn Wonders of Universe Kids Have Opportunity to Learn Wonders of Universe
4 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Evan Murach
It's a chance to soar through the clouds, touch the stars, plant your feet on Mars and freeze on a comet. Each night will include presentations, planetarium shows, craft making, science projects -- and weather permitting -- star gazing from atop Davey Laboratory on the Penn State campus. [Read More]

Weekend Getaway: Travel Back in Pennsylvania's History Weekend Getaway: Travel Back in Pennsylvania's History
5 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Abhar Shah
“We’re the only museum in the world whose primary focus is on Pennsylvania,” says David Dunn, director of The State Museum of Pennsylvania. “We have historical pieces that date all the way back to the dawn of geological time.” [Read More]

International Belly Dancing Star to Perform in State College International Belly Dancing Star to Perform in State College
6 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Gazette Staff
"In my opinion, belly dance is not meant to be seen in a theater, but in an intimate setting such as a nightclub, wedding or party," Farid says. "The dancer needs to be able to interact with the guests, to create something spontaneous and organic." [Read More]

HUB-Robeson Center Showcases the Art of John Mangan HUB-Robeson Center Showcases the Art of John Mangan
6 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Centre County Gazette, Karen Dabney
"You can see so many influences from various cultures," said Bellefonte artist Mary Vollero. "Catholic Art, Celtic, American Indian, African, Mexican. Influences from various artists and styles, from Van Gogh and expressionism to Picasso's cubism, primitivism, and graffiti art." [Read More]

Father's Day: Make It A Day Dad Never Forgets Father's Day: Make It A Day Dad Never Forgets
7 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Abhar Shah
Whether it's hiking, fishing or camping, spending a day outdoors is always a good way to get closer to your dad. Just ask 23-year-old Shane Wood. "When I was little I used to go fishing with my dad," he says. "We would be there all day just fishing and talking about life." [Read More]

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