Guest Stage Director Eric Pearson said the “Cendrillon” opera has undertones that shatter the stigma of the definition of “nuclear family.”
“As a playwright, I aim to have anti-racist and feminist conversations in the theater that fuel collective responsibility and enthusiasm,” Lenelle Moϊse ’02 said.
“It was something to look forward to at the beginning of the week and something to give us energy toward the end of the week,” Lecturer Greg Evans said.
Freshman Aviva Nachman created an independent magazine and later built a music booking company through social media before coming to Ithaca college.
“It’s definitely fun to go to your local art house cinema and see your work up on the screen,” junior Anna Gardner, programming director for The Studio said.
The book “John Cage: a Research and Information Guide” is about Cage and his life as a composer and artist and on his political influence in society.
“Make sure you’re making something that’s personal,” freshman Simon Gardner, co-creator of KAVAS, said. “Something you can hold onto for a long time.”