Elena Kritter ’12 stars as Victoria Woodhull in a play about a woman who ran for the nation’s highest office before women had won the right to vote. After opening to full auditoriums, the play continues for the last weekend of November and the first four days of December.
A lot of people who submit pictures for Suffolk Living magazine’s bimonthly photography feature have only a few good photos. But when LC sophomore Tyler Stephens pitched his work, the editor had a different problem. “In Tyler’s case, it was a matter of trying to winnow down the good shots to a few excellent ones,” […]
The Dillard Theatre stage has been transformed into the cruise ship AMERICA, and the cast, crew, and orchestra are prepared to set sail for three performances of Cole Porter’s musical “Anything Goes.” The show opens to the public Thursday evening at 7:30. Performances will be held Saturday at 7:30 p.m. and Sunday at 2 p.m. “Anything Goes” is […]
The Daura Gallery is hosting “Mindful: Exploring Mental Health Through Art,” an exhibition by the Society for Contemporary Craft, until December 10. The exhibition features 30 works that depict the experience of mental illness.
The University of Lynchburg Wind Symphony and Orchestra will present a Spring Concert on April 22 at 7:30 p.m. in Sydnor Performance Hall, Schewel Hall. Featured on the program are LC music instructor Noemi Lee performing Edvard Grieg’s “Piano Concerto in A Minor,” Op. 16; DeAra Warren, a junior music major, singing “Habanera” from George […]
The Esterházy Ensemble, a European classical chamber music trio, will perform at University of Lynchburg on April 6 at 7:30 p.m. in Sydnor Performance Hall, Schewel Hall. Directed by Michael Brüssing, the ensemble derives its name from the famous Hungarian noble family that was a patron to composer Joseph Haydn. Other members of the trio […]
One new exhibition at the Daura Gallery invites users to see red in a new light. Titled “red,” the show explores fascinating ways that artists use the color to direct attention, as well as the science and symbolism of the color. “Red is a dominant color in our lives,” said Dr. Barbara Rothermel, director of […]
The life-size portrait bust of Thomas Jefferson captures the third president’s selflessness and devotion to public service. “It was my intent to show him as a visionary, to make him seem very purposeful, to show his strength of character and his strength of purpose in giving himself totally to the nation and to the state of Virginia.”
Where would you get a candy dish shaped like a human cranium? When the University of Lynchburg theatre department needed one for the production of “You Can’t Take it With You,” the solution was simple: print it. The department recently purchased a 3D printer to use in preparing props and costume pieces. Using a digital […]
“Broadway Revealed” includes panoramic photos of backstage theatre professionals as well as props like a Starfish Guitar from “The Little Mermaid” and a dress worn by Elphaba in “Wicked.” It opens with a reception August 31.