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Catawba College and Ballet Pensacola Collaborate to Offer "The Outrageous Dance Project"

February 13, 2014
Category: Academics, Events, Theatre Arts
Catawba College's spring season will open with "The Outrageous Dance Project," a collaboration between Catawba College's Theatre Arts Department and Ballet Pensacola of Pensacola, Florida. Performances will be at 7:30 p.m. on Thursday and Friday, February 27 and 28, as well as Saturday, March 1 in…
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Theatre with Catawba Ties Receives 2013 NCTC Community Theatre Award

December 2, 2013
Category: Alumni, Theatre Arts
The North Carolina Theatre Conference (NCTC) Board of Directors named Lee Street Theatre as the recipient of the 2013 Community Theatre Award. The NCTC cited the theatre's successful execution of a $1.5 million capital campaign, extraordinary artistic quality and inclusion of other theatre groups in…
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Catawba Senior Says Competition Taught Her "You Can Accomplish Anything"

November 14, 2013
Category: Events, Students, Theatre Arts
By LaTia Bostick '14 Twenty-four-year-old Catawba College senior, Ashley Jackson, didn't win when she competed in the Miss Washington USA 2014 pageant in mid-October, but she says she learned that "You can accomplish anything you want as long as you have faith and believe." For the 24-year-old…
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Catawba Presents the Rock Musical, "Little Shop of Horrors"

November 10, 2013
Category: Academics, Events, Students, Theatre Arts
by Catawba Student, Maggie Saunders '15 Catawba College's Shuford School of Performing Arts first musical of the 2013-2014 season is "Little Shop of Horrors," playing at 7:30 pm. November 15-16 and 21-23, and at 2:30 p.m. November 17. "Little Shop of Horror" tells the story of a shy and awkward…
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Catawba Alumni Figure in Nov. 7 Opening of Salisbury's Lee Street Theatre

October 31, 2013
Category: Alumni, Events, Theatre Arts
You might say Catawba College alumni are behind the November 7th grand opening of the Lee Street Theatre & Performing Arts Center in downtown Salisbury. After all, it is 2008 Catawba alumnus Justin Dionne who is the managing artistic director of Lee Street Theatre, and the theatre's new…
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