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Lively Arts Executive Director elected to National Board

Hank Knerr, Indiana University of Pennsylvania’s Lively Arts executive director, was elected to the board of North American Performing Arts Managers and Agents Jan. 11. NAPAMA is a not-for-profit organization…

IUP students awarded for theater accomplishments

IUP students awarded for theater  accomplishments

Broadway musical production, ‘Sister Act’, filled IUP’s Fisher Auditorium Tuesday

Nuns, guns and wicked puns filled Fisher Auditorium during Tuesday night’s performance of the musical comedy “Sister Act.” Based on the 1992 film of the same name, “Sister Act” tells…

Lively Arts Executive Director elected to National Board

Hank Knerr, Indiana University of Pennsylvania’s Lively Arts executive director, was elected to the board of North American Performing Arts Managers and Agents Jan. 11. NAPAMA is a not-for-profit organization…

‘The Tender Land’ cast brings the Great Depression to life on stage

‘The Tender Land’ cast brings the Great Depression to life on stage

With the help of her cast and crew, Tania Coambs directs four performances of “The Tender Land” Thursday through Sunday in Waller Hall. “The Tender Land” is an opera written…

TOST and Turned’s performance ‘The Game’s Afoot’ premieres in Indiana

TOST and Turned’s performance ‘The Game’s Afoot’ premieres in Indiana

Witty and full of heart, TOST and Turned’s performance of the offbeat comedy “The Game’s Afoot” entertained a near-full house Saturday evening. “The Game’s Afoot,” written by comedy veteran Ken…

Acrobatic show brings dynamic cultural experience to IUP

Acrobatic show brings dynamic cultural experience to IUP

The Ovations! series at Indiana University of Pennsylvania hosted the acrobatic act, Cirque Peking, in Fisher Auditorium Tuesday evening. This was not an ordinary Lively Arts event. Cirque Peking featured…

‘Fahrenheit 451’ captivates audiences with its futuristic performances

“Burn enough books and some minds will catch fire,” read the posters for IUP’s production of Ray Bradbury’s dystopian science fiction classic “Fahrenheit 451.” While the novel is widely recognized…

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