Actors were huddled on stage and clustered in groups. Bright yellow lights illuminated their faces, and each person was poised with confidence. A sense of gloom and doom was blanketed over the audience as the cheerful pre-show music came to a stop. The first line echoed throughout Memorial Auditorium Saturday evening.
An audience of all ages poured into the H. Ric Luhrs Performing Arts Center on Sunday afternoon to hear the internationally recognized community handbell ensemble, The Raleigh Ringers from Raleigh, North Carolina.
Even Saturday afternoon’s below-freezing temperatures could not keep Shippensburg University students and community members from enjoying some live music to benefit Shippensburg’s newest venue — The Shippensburg Station.
Shippensburg University students and locals lined up outide SU’s Heiges Field House Sunday night in near freezing temperatures until warmth and music greeted them on the inside —making their momentary feelings of misery a rewarding strife.
Showgoers gathered quietly in Shippensburg University’s Memorial Auditorium on Saturday evening and were whisked into the world of Dr. Lyssa Dent Hughes during SU’s Theatre Department practicum performance of “An American Daughter.”