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ISSUE 118 VOL 15 PUBLISHED 4/8/2005

Arts and Entertainment

Mann, Bolt hang new art

Flaten Art Museum in Dittmann officially welcomed the works of New York City artists David Mann and Macyn Bolt April 1. During the opening reception, both men spoke briefly about their paintings.

'Opera' previewed

“If anything, think that they’ve all been coked up a bit.” This direction, given by Gary Gisselman to his cast in one of the final rehearsals for Kelsey Theater’s upcoming production of “The Threepenny Opera,” is reflective both of Gisselman’s directorial approach and the material of the show itself.

Veselica dances across nations

In a flurry of costumes and color, Veselica, the campus’ international dance ensemble, performed their annual spring concert in Dittmann Studio One April 1-3. The program immersed the audience in movement, music and costumes from around the world – with guest performances from Ballroom Performance Group, the Ben O’Laf CEILIDH Band and others.

Dillinger Four punks rock

Friday night, the Pause played home to a punk rock music concert – a far too infrequent event.

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