Posts Tagged ‘Lauren Sovisky’

  • Playhouse presents ‘Noises Off’

    Apr 4, 17 • 214 Views • Arts & LeisureNo Comments

    by LAUREN SOVISKY staff writer Who needs an ab workout when the Erie Playhouse can make you laugh until your stomach hurts? The Erie Playhouse’s production of “Noises Off” opened two weeks ago, and this play nearly brought the house down. This farce...

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    ‘The Glorious Ones’ honored at PACT

    Mar 28, 17 • 199 Views • Arts & LeisureNo Comments

    by LAUREN SOVISKY staff writer The Erie Playhouse will be heading to regional competition later this spring after “The Glorious Ones” won honors at the most recent Pennsylvania Association of Community Theatres (PACT) Theatre Festival. Playhouse...

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    Erie Art Museum seeking entries

    Mar 21, 17 • 266 Views • Arts & LeisureNo Comments

    by LAUREN SOVISKY staff writer The Erie Art Museum is seeking entries for its 94th annual spring show. The spring show is a regional competition celebrating new work by artists in all media. Artists residing within 250 miles of the city of Erie have the...

  • Schuster Theatre, Erie Playhouse join forces

    Mar 14, 17 • 156 Views • Arts & LeisureNo Comments

    by By LAUREN SOVISKY staff writer In honor of the Alex Clemente fundraiser, Gannon University’s Schuster Theatre teamed up with the Erie Playhouse in a comedic theatrical production over the weekend. Since 1996, the theater program has held an annual...

  • Emanuel Ax gives time, talent to Erie

    Mar 14, 17 • 213 Views • Arts & LeisureNo Comments

    by By LAUREN SOVISKY staff writer One of the most notable pianists performed on the Erie stage accompanied by the Erie Philharmonic Saturday evening. Emanuel Ax is considered one of the most important interpreters of Beethoven of this generation and one of...

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    ‘The White Snake’ featured at Schuster

    Feb 15, 17 • 648 Views • Arts & LeisureNo Comments

    by LAUREN SOVISKY staff writer In every culture there is an epic tale that is told and re-told for generations. In England, the legend of Robin Hood has been recreated into movies. In Spain, there was believed to be a fountain of youth. Greeks tell their...

  • WERG introduces new segment

    Feb 7, 17 • 255 Views • Arts & LeisureNo Comments

    by LAUREN SOVISKY staff writer “Erie’s Rock Alternative: 90.5 WERG, that was the Red Hot Chili Peppers with ‘Go Robot.’ Coming up next here is Cage the Elephant with ‘Cold Cold Cold.’” Molly Cooke, 90.5 WERG’s programming director, announces...

  • Schuster Theatre preps for fundraiser

    Jan 31, 17 • 249 Views • Arts & LeisureNo Comments

    by LAUREN SOVISKY sovisky001@knights.gannon.edu Gannon University’s Schuster Theatre as well as other local theaters welcome Fringe Fest Erie 2017. Throughout the month of February, Gannon students, faculty and staff produce original pieces to be performed...

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    Animated movie ‘Sing’ delights viewer

    Jan 24, 17 • 517 Views • Arts & LeisureNo Comments

    by LAUREN SOVISKY staff writer The introduction of talking animals in animated films may have been a big hit, but singing animals competing in a talent show may just take the cake. “Sing” has been nominated for numerous awards including a Golden Globe, an...

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    Schuster preps for second half of season

    Jan 17, 17 • 220 Views • Arts & LeisureNo Comments

    by A new year means a new season for the Schuster Theatre. 2017 brings more creative magic and new ideas to Gannon University’s stage. Opening the new year is “White Snake,” an ancient Chinese folk tale of love between an immortal shapeshifter and a...