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"That'll Do," Dayna Anderson Says as She Wraps Up a 34-year Teaching Career

February 16, 2015
Category: Academics, Faculty, Theatre Arts
 L-R: Anderson, Fox, Pierce, and Zink Longtime Catawba College Theatre Arts Professor Dayna Anderson will direct the last production before her retirement when the College offers Shakespeare's "Comedy of Errors" at 7:30 p.m. February 24-28 in Hedrick Little Theatre. Anderson did not personally…
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Catawba Offers Comedy of Errors Feb. 24-28

February 13, 2015
Category: Academics, Events, Students, Theatre Arts
By Daisha Stafford & Lauren Stacks, Catawba College students Using the ancient Italian art Form, Commedia dell’Arte, Catawba College Theatre Arts Department will zoom in on the people of Ephesus in William Shakespeare’s “Comedy of Errors.” The show takes place in Hedrick Little Theatre and runs…
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’84 Catawba Alumnus Recognized for TV Production Design

January 15, 2015
Category: Alumni, Theatre Arts
Catawba College alumnus, James Gloster ’84, has been nominated by The Art Directors Guild as Production Designer for Veep in the category - Excellence in Production Design in Television - Half Hour Single-Camera Television Series. The Art Directors Guild (ADG), IATSE Local 800, announced Gloster’s…
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Catawba Alumnus Discusses Life and Tiger Bites in Local Magazine

December 3, 2014
Category: Alumni, Theatre Arts
Matt Francis, a 1997 Catawba College alumnus, was recently featured in the Winter 2014 issue of Ballantyne Magazine. Interior Photo: Ray Sepesy Francis, originally of Fayetteville, N.C., currently resides in Ballantyne and works as a brand manager at Primero Systems. In the magazine,…
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RENT Acting Turns into Action for RHM

December 2, 2014
Category: Academics, Events, Students, Theatre Arts
 Photo: Staton Carter Photography In Catawba College and Lee Street theatre's recent collaborative production of RENT, acting turned into action when the performers who played homeless people solicited members of the audience for money. The result, after seven offerings of the show, was a…
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