We walked into the theater to celebrate my friend’s birthday, dragging our expectations along the carpet. In spite of our pessimistic outlook walking in, Sony’s “Venom” managed to leave us laughing and engaged, setting aside a less-than-coherent plot.
Shippensburg University’s undergraduate journal of the arts, The Reflector, hosted a community-wide open mic and poetry reading at the Shippensburg Arts Programming and Education (SHAPE) Gallery Friday night.
On the radiant flat-screen spanning the width of the stage, an antique watch appears, revealing the source of the slow ticks. It was much slower than any of the tapping throughout the performance. The intricate sounds throughout, supported by video backgrounds of unicorns and waterfalls, took the audience to a fantasy land.
The H. Ric Luhrs Performing Arts Center announced last Wednesday, Oct. 3, that the performance of George Thorogood and The Destroyers “Rock Party Tour,” scheduled for Saturday, Oct. 13 at 7:30 p.m. is cancelled.
Chris Daughtry made his big debut on Season 5 of “American Idol” in 2006, soon after his band, Daughtry, released its first album of the same name. The band’s work quickly found its way to the top of the Billboard 200.
Shippensburg University brought to life the poetry of the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education’s (PASSHE)’s best students and professionals in two-day sessions of the English Association of Pennsylvania State Universities (EAPSU) on Oct. 4-6.
The John Denver Celebration Concert, presented by Denver’s estate, brought together the famous folksong singer and songwriter’s bassist and pianist, as well as a few new faces, to perform in front of an audience.
Before Jordana Wagner, a senior art and design major, enrolled at Shippensburg University three-and-a-half years ago, she was passionate about art — she took every art class her high school offered — but was not sure who she was as an artist.