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Freshman creates Latino culture club

By | Apr 22, 2010

Latino freshman Melissa Cepeda came to Ithaca College feeling lost without a place to celebrate her heritage. She knew she had to create a Latino student association on campus to fill this void.

Ithaca’s own nonsense

By | Jan 28, 2010

There’s a new kind of “Precious” in town. It’s not a candidate for an Academy Award but is instead a local theater encore production titled “Precious Nonsense” at the Kitchen Theatre. Written by the Kitchen Theatre’s artistic director Rachel Lampert, “Precious Nonsense,” was originally performed in 2005 at the theater. The musical is influenced by…

IC Players’ new show portrays real world

By | Dec 3, 2009

College has ended. The diploma has been achieved, and there is an exciting and uncertain life ahead. Welcome to the “real world.” Ithaca College Players’ latest production, “Boys’ Life,” examines the “what next?” aspect of moving out into the real world in a dramedy about growing up and discovering what it means to be a…

Solo act revisits black history

By | Nov 5, 2009

Chronicling the plight of three African-American entertainers at pivotal points in history, Darian Dauchan’s one-man show “Entertainer’s Eulogy” blends entertainment with education at the Kitchen Theatre. Dauchan wrote the script and is the sole actor in “Entertainer’s Eulogy.” He first wrote the show “Fallen Patriots” in college about three African-Americans fighting in three different wars.…