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Met live presents ‘Idomeneo’

Steven Martz, Contributing Writer

March 21

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It’s time for MIAC to bring another riveting opera from The Met to Mercyhurst. MIAC is live streaming “Idomeneo” in the Mary D’Angelo Performing Arts Center on Saturday. The performance will begin at 12:55 p.m. “Idomeneo”...

NTL presents: ‘Hedda Gabler’

Eleanor Hein, Staff writer

March 21

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Daughter of a general, wife of an academic and member of the aristocracy, Hedda Gabler’s life seems perfect. Why is it, then, that she feels her marriage is so boring, even immediately after the honeymoon? Why is it that her...

Lit fest celebrates Bob Dylan

Jeanette Fournier, Staff writer

March 21

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The first event in Mercyhurst’s 15th annual Literary Fest is the Dylan Fest, coming up this Thursday at 5:30 p.m. in the Taylor Little Theatre. Come enjoy the music of Bob Dylan, performed by faculty, students, staff and alumni...

A timeless tale remastered

Sydney Van Leeuwen, Contributing Writer

March 21

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It is a tale as old as time, and the magic of “Beauty and the Beast” returned to the big screen this past weekend in a live-action remake of the original 1991 classic Disney film. The beautiful and talented Emma Watson, of...

Fairy tale opera ‘Rusalka’ to be in PAC

Steven Martz, Contributing Writer

February 21

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On March 4, the Mercyhurst Institute of Arts and Culture will be bringing “Rusalka” to Mercyhurst University live from the Met in NYC. This performance will start at 12:55 p.m. in the Mary D’Angelo Performing Arts Center. The...

The Met presents ‘La Traviata’

Naomi Greenstein, Staff writer

February 21

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For the avid opera fanatics on campus, prepare to be blown away on March 11,  at 12:55 p.m. as the Mary D’Angelo Performing Arts Center screens a simulcast of “La Traviata” via The Met: Live in HD. A three-act opera by...

‘Lion’ film shows the long way home

Kristofer Gossett, Ph.D, Contributing Writer

February 21

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“Lion” is really two movies in one, which ultimately ends up being one of its biggest narrative strengths, but also creates a feeling of being incomplete in a lot of ways. Director Garth Davis and screenwriter Luke Davies...

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