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.”
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.