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Mainstage Series returns to live performances with 'The Wild Party'

Doug Osborne-Coy

Returning to the stage of the Robert W. Marvel Theatre at SUNY Fredonia for the first time in about two years was sure to make the Department of Theatre and Dance production of Andrew Lippa’s musical “The Wild Party” a special occasion.

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Dance, Theatrical Production Programs accepting applications

Marketing and Communications staff

Applications are being accepted from students within Fredonia as well as prospective students looking to transfer from other universities or community colleges who are interested in enrolling in the B.F.A. Dance or B.F.A. Theatrical Production and Design programs.

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Key figure in original production of 'RENT' visits Fredonia

Lisa Eikenburg

One of the key figures in the development of the original production of “RENT” made a visit to SUNY Fredonia on April 11 and 12. James Nicola, artistic director of the New York Theatre Workshop, was on campus to work with theatre students. He also participated in a talk about the creative process involved in the original production of “RENT.”

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Mainstage Series presents Broadway musical 'RENT'

Lisa Eikenburg

“RENT,” one of the longest-running hits in the history of Broadway, will be presented this weekend and next by the Department of Theatre and Dance. Six performances are scheduled from April 4-12 in Marvel Theatre. Watch the preview video here!

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Last day of One-Act Play Festival is tonight

Lisa Eikenburg

Dr. James Ivey of the Department of Theatre and Dance announced that the final day of the One-Act Play Festival one-act at SUNY Fredonia is tonight (Monday, Dec. 16) at 6 p.m.; rescheduled from Friday.

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Terror in the Trees offers thrills and chills

Lisa Eikenburg

Don't miss the ninth annual, “Terror in the Trees.” Guests will be able to experience Fredonia's popular haunted forest tour on the Thursday through Saturday nights which "book-end" Halloween. The event will take place Oct. 24 to 26 and Oct. 31 to Nov. 2 from 8 p.m. to midnight. A portion of the proceeds will benefit the Lakeshore Humane Society.

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