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ISSUE 117 VOL 14 PUBLISHED 3/19/2004

Arts and Entertainment

Grand return for Gulezian

Nearly 500 people filled the Pause Saturday night to experience the artistry and quirkiness of Michael Gulezian. Not only did Gulezian perform his traditional concert, he also offered a guitar workshop on Thursday night and brought yet another gift to St. Olaf this year: a multimedia CD that he recorded live at last year's concert, complete with video footage.

Shape finely crafted

With its latest production, Neil Labutes "The Shape of Things," the St. Olaf theater department did it yet again  put on another stellar, yet terribly depressing, performance. The play, directed by Maren Bush '04, ran March 10-13 in Haugen Theater.

Shape finely crafted

With its latest production, Neil Labutes "The Shape of Things," the St. Olaf theater department did it yet again  put on another stellar, yet terribly depressing, performance. The play, directed by Maren Bush '04, ran March 10-13 in Haugen Theater.

Orchestra caters to all ages

An unusually youthful crowd turned out for the St. Olaf Orchestras spring concert in Skoglund Auditorium on Sunday night. The concert, advertised as being "family-friendly," showcased the childrens classic "Peter and the Wolf."

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