Pieces by Haitian choreographer Jeanguy Saintus and Leanne Schmidt were among the significant contributions to “reNEWal,” performed by the Ethington Dance Ensemble.
Dean Claude Pensis built the program the first time around, in 1982, and he did it again after it was restored, adding dance, digital film, instrumental music and graphic design.
The adjunct faculty member, who is big on the accessibility of the arts, wants to work with incarcerated women to help them “reclaim some of their power.”
The annual Broadway and opera concert kept the great American music coming, in the final performance of 2013-14 by the Canyon Singers, the New Life Singers and the Canyon Chorale.
Members of the cast of the 1999 production of “into the Woods” returned to Ethington Theatre for the 2014 version of the Stephen Sondheim musical — and liked what they heard and saw.
The spring concert, “SymphoRhythmic Variations,” showed that the Wind Ensemble, Thunderstruck Percussion and the Thunder Big Band are raising their game under the direction of Paul Koch.
Talented student cast makes this GCU’s strongest musical of the four it has done since the arts program was restored in the fall of 2010.
Highlights from the Ethington Theatre production of the Stephen Sondheim musical “Into the Woods.”
The popular Stephen Sondheim musical will close out the Ethington Theatre Series, just as it did 15 years ago, and sold out its six performances in advance.
A big year for comedy on campus brings something that will be familiar to fans of the long-running TV show “Saturday Night Live.”
When GCU Arena reopens in the fall, which of these would you like to see booked for an appearance?