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Musical Comedy, “A New Brain,” Runs Oct. 6-10 at Catawba College

September 15, 2004
Category: Alumni, Events, Music, Students, Theatre Arts
What do a frog, arterial venous malformation, and sailing all have in common?   They are what bring the semi-autobiographical musical comedy, “A New Brain,” to life.   “A New Brain,” will be the first Blue Masque student- produced musical performed in 10 years when it opens…
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Musical Comedy, “A New Brain,” Runs Oct. 6-10 at Catawba College

September 15, 2004
Category: Alumni, Events, Music, Students, Theatre Arts
What do a frog, arterial venous malformation, and sailing all have in common?   They are what bring the semi-autobiographical musical comedy, “A New Brain,” to life.   “A New Brain,” will be the first Blue Masque student- produced musical performed in 10 years when it opens…
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Catawba College Presents "Playhouse Creatures" September 28 - October 2

September 10, 2004
Category: Alumni, Events, Theatre Arts
The Catawba College's Theatre Arts Department will present "Playhouse Creatures" at 7:30 p.m. each evening between September 28 and October 2 in Hedrick Little Theatre.The play, written by April De Angelis, is a historical piece about the emergence of actresses on the English stage after the Puritan…
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Catawba College Presents "Playhouse Creatures" September 28 - October 2

September 10, 2004
Category: Alumni, Events, Theatre Arts
The Catawba College's Theatre Arts Department will present "Playhouse Creatures" at 7:30 p.m. each evening between September 28 and October 2 in Hedrick Little Theatre.The play, written by April De Angelis, is a historical piece about the emergence of actresses on the English stage after the Puritan…
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Reading and Reality: Shanghai, Hong Kong, Kyoto and Beyond

September 2, 2004
Category: Faculty, Theatre Arts
;During the summer of 2004, Dr. Woodrow Hood, Chairman of the Theatre Arts Department at Catawba College, and his wife, Dr. Cynthia Gendrich, Associate Professor of Theatre at Wake Forest University, took part in an Asian faculty seminar funded by the Mellon Foundation.   They traveled extensively…
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