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ISSUE 119 VOL 11 PUBLISHED 2/24/2006

Arts and Entertainment

Faculty flaunt skill and variety

The latest exhibit to inhabit Flaten Art Museum, "Ever Present," is a vibrant testament to the continuing vitality of St. Olaf’s art department. The faculty show, which began on Feb. 6 and will run until March 5th, is the cumulative effort of another year’s work.

'Pippin' pursues glory

From February 6-18, Kelsey theater showcased the culmination of the Interim class, "Producing Theater." “Pippin” is the story of an extraordinary young man on a search for perfection and fulfillment. Never satisfied, Pippin says, "There has to be something more than this," after experimenting with war, sex and politics before discovering the power of love. This dark and magical musical captivated the audience with love songs, dismemberment, and even Chippendales.

First year lends voice in Early Music Singers concert

Last Monday night in Urness Recital Hall the Early Music Singers (EMS) gave its first post-Interim concert, featuring songs from both Medieval Spain and 14th-century France and Italy. Among their ranks was soprano Sydney Freedman '09, who was born with a sight impairing condition known as Retinopathy of Prematurity.

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