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Shippensburg University theater students currently enrolled in professor Paris Peet’s practicum course will bring their classroom-obtained skills to the stage this week in the performance of “An American Daughter.”
NBA 2K is known for its ability to improve and provide a better and more realistic gaming experience for its fans every year and this year is no different.
Brit Floyd lived up to its name as “The World’s Greatest Pink Floyd Show” Thursday night by giving audience members a nostalgic taste of Pink Floyd’s musical library.
Shippensburg University’s Brass and String Ensembles filled SU’s Old Main Chapel with beautiful music during their Fall Recital Sunday afternoon.
On they swept with threshing oar. Their only goal? To save Asgard from its past.
The Capitol Theatre ushered in the Halloween spirit with the play “Frankenstein,” which was performed by the Chambersburg Community Theatre.
First-time audience members entered the Shippensburg University Memorial Auditorium on Wednesday and were marked with a bright pink “V” on their foreheads with lipstick — others entered unmarked, knowing exactly what they came for.
With vocals that challenge the audibly low and bellowing roars of thunder, American country singer Josh Turner opens his mouth to sing and creates a musical storm.
Imagine an evening where your sides hurt from laughing so hard and then add in one-liners and self-deprecating humor and you have Saturday night’s show.
Shippensburg University senior art major, Julie Noel found a muse in the Italian art and culture that she was exposed to during SU’s spring break trip to Rome, Italy, last year.
Shippensburg University’s Activities Program Board (APB) is proud to present Andy Grammer with special guest Jesse McCartney as the performers for this year’s fall concert. The event will take place at Heiges Field House on Sunday, Nov. 12, at 7 p.m. Doors will open at 6 p.m. for early access ticket holders and 6:30 p.m. for those with general admission.
“My Little Pony: The Movie” was a very enjoyable film from a fan standpoint. The new art design and graphics for the movie were beautiful, the new locations and races incorporated in the film were interesting and well designed, and the eight original songs were ear-catching.
American writer Gish Jen takes a personality quiz to a whole new level with her latest non-fiction book “Girl at the Baggage Claim: Explaining the East-West Culture Gap.” Defying the laws of a regular narrative, Jen takes her readers on a ride through different cultural approaches with the “Big-pit self” and “Flexi-self” to show how different cultures bring up different types of individuals for specific purposes. Although this book is fascinating in its own light, it can be a hard to absorb on the first reading. This book is not particularly a relaxing read, but a challenging one that gives the reader something of substance to consider.
Leather and pre-2000 classic rock made a comeback last week at the H Ric. Luhrs Performing Arts Center as HEART tribute band, Heart By Heart, used their instruments as a canvas to recreate HEART’s music in the same way it was shaped decades before.
Local blues musician, Nick Andrew Staver spends many long nights and days living on the road as he travels to share his gift of music with venue crowds, but Shippensburg, Pennsylvania, will always be his safe place and home.
Zachary Boger, a senior art major at Shippensburg University, explored the subjective emotions aroused in everyday life through expressionistic artworks in his exhibit “In My Head.” “In My Head” is currently on display at SU’s Brindle Gallery.
Terry Fator, winner of Season 2 of “America’s Got Talent,” entertained a thrilled H. Ric Luhrs Performing Arts Center audience on Saturday with impressions, puppets and singing.
Rock and Roll Hall of Fame band The Spinners and Vocal Group Hall of Fame band Little Anthony and The Imperials shared the audience during their performance at H. Ric Luhrs Performing Arts Center on Thursday.
Shippensburg University’s H. Ric Luhrs Performing Arts Center was voted one of the top three local performance venues in the Gettysburg Times’ 2017 Pick of the County this month. Ranked above Luhrs Performing Arts Center were Majestic Theater and Gettysburg Community Theatre.
Stage lights dimmed to a Belleville, New Jersey, streetlight as jukebox musical “Jersey Boys” revived the story of Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons for the sold out H. Ric Luhrs Performing Arts Center on Wednesday.