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Second Annual Reciprocity Entertained PVCC

Photography by Deadra Miller

Deadra Miller, staff writer   The night of Dec. 2 challenged musicians and poetry readers to come forth to show off their talents to the PVCC student body for the Radiography Club. With a set list that was eccentric, musicians presented everything from original songs to covers of some musicians that have paved the way […]

January 25th, 2018 | Posted in Arts & Entertainment,Clubs,Events,From the Forum | Read More »

Improv Gives Unscripted Confidence

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Charley Hilliard, staff writer Every third Friday of the month, PVCC hosts an improv event. Improvisational theatre is about performing elaborate or simple experiences without any script, literally letting a scene unfold spontaneously. This is unquestionably difficult, but the group that met Friday, Jan., 19 2018, made tongue twisters, body posture contortions, and public heart-to-heart […]

January 25th, 2018 | Posted in Arts & Entertainment,Events,From the Forum | Read More »

West Side Story at PVCC

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Deadra Miller, staff writer Assistant Professor of Theatre Arts Brad Stoller is producing Arthur Laurents’ classic musical theatre production West Side Story at PVCC’s Dickinson Theater. There will be four performances of the musical in April 2018. “Following on the heels of PVCC Theater’s fall production of Romeo and Juliet, its original inspiration, this seminal musical […]

January 25th, 2018 | Posted in Arts & Entertainment,Events,From the Forum | Read More »

Let There Be Light Illuminated PVCC

Let There Be Light

Skye Scott, assistant editor The first visible art piece for anyone attending Let There Be Light on Friday, Dec. 8, was a light beam that seemed to reach all the way to the sky. Actually, this piece was visible for people just driving on the highway, with no intention of stopping for Let There Be […]

January 25th, 2018 | Posted in Arts & Entertainment,Events,From the Forum | Read More »

Review: Pino’s Italian Grille and Pizzeria

Photography by Deadra Miller

Deadra Miller, staff writer   Pino’s Italian Grille and Pizzeria is owned and operated by a local family that has at least two other restaurants within 50 miles of Dillwyn, Virginia. Pino’s has a friendly atmosphere where everyone knows everybody, so it is hard to hide if you want a quiet meal with your significant […]

December 7th, 2017 | Posted in From the Forum,Reviews | Read More »

Yheti and the Ebisu Sound Crew at R2

Photography courtesy of Skylar Trent

Triston Duenas, staff writer   The event hosted on Sept. 28 by The Untz, Ebisu Sound, and the Rouge Agency attracted many music fans from all over Central VA to Rapture in Charlottesville to see musical artist Yheti. This was Ebisu Sound’s biggest event yet. Ebisu Sound is a local music group comprised of DJs […]

December 7th, 2017 | Posted in Arts & Entertainment,From the Forum,Fun,Local News,Music,News | Read More »

Hip Hopera Choreographed by PVCC Student

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Triston Duenas, staff writer   A hip hopera is not exactly what it sounds like at first. Instead of picturing an opera with hip hop music, picturing  a regular opera would be more accurate. Only the dances during and in-between scenes are done in a hip-hop style rather than classical. I approached The Haven curious […]

December 7th, 2017 | Posted in Arts & Entertainment,From the Forum,Fun,Local News,Music,News | Read More »

Review: Tidewater Classical Guitar Orchestra

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Isaac Rowlingson, staff writer   On Sunday, Nov. 19 at 3 p.m., the Tidewater Classical Guitar Orchestra played at PVCC’s V. Earl Dickinson theatre. The auditorium was filled with a diverse audience. As the musicians came out, the audience applauded them. The first part of the concert was the full guitar orchestra. The performers were […]

December 7th, 2017 | Posted in Arts & Entertainment,From the Forum,Fun,Local News,Music,News,Reviews | Read More »

An Evening of Kafka and Stevenson

AHS Drama performing The Castle. Photography by Isaac Rowlingson

Isaac Rowlingson, staff writer On Nov. 17 through 19, Albemarle High School Drama presented An Evening of Kafka and Stevenson. Each performance consisted of two one-act plays. Before the show, the director mentioned they will also be performing a musical in the coming spring. The first play was based on the book The Castle, by […]

December 7th, 2017 | Posted in Arts & Entertainment,From the Forum,Fun,Local News,News,Reviews | Read More »

Classic Christmas Performance in the Works

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Anna Grace Agee,  staff writer   The Best Christmas Pageant Ever is a merry story known to many since 1971 when it was first published. Since then, the famous Christmas story starring the delinquent Herdman children has become a popular play around the holiday season. Director Christine Corrieri and the Louisa Arts Center have been […]

December 7th, 2017 | Posted in Arts & Entertainment,From the Forum,Fun,Local News,News | Read More »

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