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Catawba College Sets Sail with Production of Anything Goes!

April 5, 2018

Categories: Academics, Events, Students, Theatre Arts

By Catawba Student Krissey Browder of Wilkesboro It’s delightful, it’s delicious, it’s a ‘de-lovely’ time to set sail on the S. S. American at Catawba College this April! Need a getaway this spring? Join the tap dancing sailors of the ocean liner filled with laughs in Cole Porter’s musical classic…

Catawba College Music Students Compete at State and Regional Vocal Competitions

March 29, 2018

Categories: Academics, Events, Music, Students, Theatre Arts

L-R: Rasey, Yacobowsky, Owens Catawba College music and theatre arts students have been active this semester in several state and regional vocal competitions.  On February 17th, Emily Owens of Greensboro, Sarah Rasey of Holly Springs, and Grace Yacobowsky of Sinking Spring, Pa., competed…

"TWILIGHT: LOS ANGELES, 1992": 8 Actors, 40 Different Roles, 5 Roles per Actor

February 5, 2018

Categories: Academics, Events, Students, Theatre Arts

Anna Kate Hall By Taylor Kroop, Catawba College Student Catawba College Theatre Arts' upcoming production for the spring season will be "TWILIGHT: LOS ANGELES, 1992" by Anna Deavere Smith. The production of this Tony-nominated drama documents the aftermath of the acquittal of the four LAPD…

Mr. Catawba to Mr. NYC

November 14, 2017

Categories: Academics, Alumni, Theatre Arts

Ever wonder where our Theatre Arts graduates end up? Rayshaun Sandlin, Class of 2013, can tell you of a few places where his degree has landed him.  Most recently, Rayshaun has been working as the Arts Vision Coordinator at The Apollo Theatre in Manhattan, New York City. As a student at Catawba,…

All Grown Up: Teen Angst Gets "Nutty" in Catawba’s Production of “Dog Sees God”

November 5, 2017

Categories: Academics, Events, Students, Theatre Arts

By Catawba College student Amy Kimbrough In Catawba College’s upcoming production of “Dog Sees God,” you get to revisit the characters from one of your favorite childhood cartoons.  However, they are all grown up in Bert V. Royal’s “Dog Sees God: Confessions of a Teenage Blockhead. “Dog Sees God”…