The Marywood University Department of Music, Theatre, and Dance presents two stage dramas directed by seniors completing their Capstone projects in Theatre. The dramas, Keely and Du, written by Jane Martin and directed by Marywood University senior Sean Patrick Gibbons, and Winners, written by Brian Friel and directed by Marywood senior Carolyn Ruggiero, will be presented on November 20 and 21 at 7:30 p,m. at the Sette LaVerghetta Center for the Performing Arts in the Black Box Theatre. The cast for Keely and Du will include students David Brace, Devon McFadden, Rene Arscott, Fraser Ross-MacCormack, and the cast for Winners will include students Hannah Botsford, Shane Hirschler, Nate Bradley, and Jessica Brookes.
U.S. Senator Bob Casey (D-PA) and his wife, Mrs. Terese Casey, will launch a tour across Pennsylvania for the exhibit Witnesses to Hunger, a photography project documenting hunger and poverty in Philadelphia on Monday, November 16 at 10a.m. in the Center for Architectural Studies, Marywood University. This project began at Drexel University in Philadelphia with 40 women capturing their daily struggle with hunger through the use of digital cameras. The project has been expanded to women in Scranton and will continue to expand to capture the universal struggle with hunger.
This event is free and open to the public.
The Print Guild exhibit is on display today through November 15 in the Kresge Room, Insalaco Center for Studio Arts. For the past seven years, Print Guild provides an opportunity for art faculty and students to create an original print for purposes of exhibiting and exchanging a complete portfolio of prints in a wide variety of media. Print Guild was formed and is currently directed by Peter Hoffer, Associate Professor of Art.
The exhibit is free and open to the public. The Kresge Room hours include Monday –Friday 8:30a.m.-4:30p.m.
Marywood Unviersity students will spend a night outside to help raise awareness on homelessness. The annual event, Sleep out for the Homeless, will start on Friday, November 13 to Saturday, November 14, in the Commons, Marywood University.