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ISSUE 119 VOL 12 PUBLISHED 3/3/2006

Arts and Entertainment

'Olaf Monologues' gets personal

The yearly St. Olaf production of Eve Ensler's “The Vagina Monologues” made its return last week, but this year, in addition to Ensler's play, several St. Olaf students penned their own monologues for a spin-off dubbed “The St. Olaf Monologues.”

Gisselman talks shop

Many students probably do not know that the Theatre Department has an artist in residence. I was among these students until recently when I had a chance to sit down and talk with Artist-in-Residence Gary Gisselman about his life and career.

Guest artist's 'Spiral Shift' inspires awe

St. Olaf dance students presented a preview of guest artist Mathew Janczewski’s new dance "Spiral Shift" last Saturday in Dittman Art Center.

Woody Allen faults with 'Matchpoint'

The protagonist of Woody Allen's most recent film, “Match Point,” is in love. He is also married. And no, he is not in love with the woman to whom he is married. What a movie that might make!

Jensen rocks the wool sweater set

Many worthwhile classical performances at St. Olaf seem to involve a handful of students spread amongst a sea of Norwegian sweaters and their married owners happily clasping hands. Espen Jensen's performance last Sunday was no exception. Classical guitarist and recording artist Espen Jensen seemed comfortable and relaxed during a short interview before his solo performance in a packed Studio A in Urness Recital Hall.

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