One Show in One Day

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The creation of a full-fledged production can range from weeks to years for professionals. Managing to make one in a 24-hour time period isn’t necessarily what anyone would call an easy feat. It’s long and strenuous 24 straight hours where naps don’t really accomplish much more than making you cranky when waking up after only […]

Gannon Student Receives Irish Government Scholarship to Study Abroad

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Senior Jenna Sulecki not only received a Government of Ireland Scholarship and living stipend to spend the academic year at partner institution Mary Immaculate College, but she is also directing their musical this semester! We are so impressed with and proud of all of Jenna’s accomplishments! We will be catching up with her in Ireland in a […]

Quiz! Which White Snake Character Are You?

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“The White Snake” opens at GU’s Schuster Theatre next week. Prep for the show and find out: Which White Snake Character Are You? BONUS: learn more about the show — and about the Gannon University Schuster Theatre — by visiting them online and on Facebook!

From my experience: Michael’s audition tips

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Every summer through middle and high school I participated in the Saltworks Theater camp. At Saltworks, they had an audition and monologues class where they showed me some audition tips I kept with me. After auditioning for more shows and performing, I  have developed my own guide for auditions. Keep practicing those monologues and songs […]

TL;DR – Olympics, Harry Potter and Sword Fighting

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Erie trainer heads to Rio – Gannon University’s Elizabeth Darling TL;DR: Twenty years after competing for the national team in the Pan-American games herself, GU’s Elizabeth Darling, DPT, is heading to the 2016 Rio de Janeiro Olympic Games. Darling’s job is to help design stretches and exercises  that help Team USA’s gymnasts perform better and reduce […]

#edgeREWIND: what to do in Erie this summer

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If you’re in Erie this summer and are looking for things to do, fret no more! Here is a list of 13 things in Erie that will keep you from boredom and show you parts of Erie you may not have thought to explore before! Warner Theatre From Broadway shows to comedians, the Warner Theatre hosts […]

Rundown: Erie Events, 7/20-7/26

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Monday, July 20: 5:30 – 6:30 p.m. – Beginning Yoga Exercise Classes on the beach. http://www.visiteriepa.com/events/beginning-yoga-exercise-classes-on-the-beach-2015-07-20/ 7:00 p.m. – ‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream’ is being performed by Schuster Theatre at the Lake Erie Arboretum in Frontier Park. http://www.goerie.com/entertainment/events-calendar#/event/4717819-a-midsummer-nights-dream?radius_miles=50&location=16509-erie&sections=all&date=2015-07-20 7:00 p.m. – The Sounds of Summer Music Series is hosting Gem City Jazz Ensamble tonight at […]

RUNDOWN: Springtopia, English Awards and Relay for Life

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Monday, April 20: April is Distracted Driving Awareness month. Before driving, find a suitable radio station to listen to and silence your phone. Being aware of your surroundings while you’re driving will keep you and your passengers safer. Tuesday, April 21: We all have something called “the junk drawer” where we put our miscellaneous items. […]

Fringe Fest Erie 2015: Week 2

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Fringe Fest Erie has already showcased significant student talent, but there’s more coming in the second week! Two student-written productions, as well as three associate productions are on the slate for the week:  “Like Father, Like Son” By Roman Denisyuk. Directed by Roman Denisyuk and Todd Paropacic. Based on a true story that occurred in Erie, […]