H. Ric Luhrs Performing Arts Center was swept up and taken to Ireland on Tuesday, March 12, as Celtic Woman performed their traditional Irish hits, along with popular American covers. With St.
Bringing the heart of Ireland to the H. Ric Luhrs Performing Arts Center, The Irish Tenors performed a medley of traditional Celtic songs and American classics on Thursday, March 7, while on their “Let’s Celebrate Ireland” tour. The evening began with the full orchestra welcoming the audience with a slow, peaceful melody.
Olivia Newton-John performed at the H. Ric Luhrs Performing Arts Center on Saturday, Feb. 23 and brought all of the classics with her.The almost sold out theater warmly welcomed Newton-John to the stage as she jumped right into her first song, “Pearls On a Chain.”
If every citizen of Franklin County decided to take a trip to Washington, D.C., with the residents of Pittsburgh, Harrisburg, Allentown and Erie on the same day, it still would not be as many as the number of people who showed up for the 57th Presidential Inauguration on Monday, Jan.
The Vienna Boys’ Choir sang to a full house at the H. Ric Luhrs Performing Arts Center, and celebrated their 40th sold-out performance since the Luhrs Center opened in 2005.
The Luhrs Performing Arts Center was transformed into a Winter Wonderland on Saturday, Dec. 8, as Clay Aiken brought singing, laughing, impromptu duets, and the favorite Christmas classics to Shippensburg during his Joyful Noise tour. Clay Aiken’s performance at the Luhrs Center Saturday was a show to remember right from the opening number.
Everyone loves free stuff and thanks to The Slate, SU students had the opportunity to tie-dye free shirts in the Quad on Wednesday afternoon. In order to promote its political debate, “The Decision 2012: The Choice Is Yours,” that happened on Thursday, Oct.
If you have been paying attention to the presidential campaign this past year, chances are you have heard the topic of gay rights come up more than once.
The Nimble Arts Circus flipped into Shippensburg University Tuesday evening and wowed the crowd in the CUB MPR through its skilled, awe-inspiring circus routines. The five-person act is composed of a bow-tie juggler, a fabric-flipping princess, a twisting-pixie acrobat, a canister-rolling businessman and a weightless trapeze goddess.
The Cumberland Valley Animal Shelter Thrift Store is the ideal store for any college student – a place to buy a variety of things for cheap while doing some good for the community. The CVAS Thrift Store is located on the corner of King and Earl Streets, within walking distance of campus.