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Review: Veteran story finds home at Kitchen

By | Sep 11, 2013

The Kitchen Theatre’s production of “Heroes” entertains with great set-design and costuming.

Theater department concludes mainstage season with “An Enemy of the People”

By | Apr 24, 2013

“An Enemy of the People” surrounds a physician who tries to expose the truth about his town’s new medicinal spring.

Ithaca Freeskool offers alternative form of learning

By | Mar 7, 2013

Ithaca citizens have the opportunity to teach other Ithaca citizens a number of topics through the Ithaca Freeskool’s program.

Review: Talented cast succeeds with Shakespearean tragic comedy

By | Feb 27, 2013

Ithaca Shakespeare Company delivers a strong and entertaining production of William Shakespeare’s “The Merchant of Venice.”

Theater department produces staged reading of ‘Dream Acts’

By | Jan 29, 2013

“Dream Acts” is about five undocumented teenagers who live in New York City under the radar.

Review: One-man comedy gives exciting show in ‘Brian Dykstra Selling Out’

By | Dec 5, 2012

Written and performed solely by Brian Dykstra, this play is less of a traditional theater piece and more of an extended rant on anything and everything pertinent to money and modern life.

Active Minds launches new magazine

By | Nov 29, 2012

Active Minds, a student organization at Ithaca College dedicated to raising awareness about mental health, will publish The Mirror magazine to reduce mental health stigma.

First Peoples’ Festival celebrates native cultures of NY

By | Oct 2, 2012

The third annual First Peoples’ Festival brought the cultures of native peoples from across New York to Ithaca’s Dewitt Park on Sept. 29.

Habitat sleepout gives students homeless experience

By | Oct 1, 2012

About 20 students participated in the IC Habitat for Humanity annual Sleepout for Homelessness on Saturday, helping them better understand issues surrounding homelessness.

Review: ‘The Trip to Bountiful’ takes audiences on a journey

By | Sep 11, 2012

An elderly woman takes an adventure back to her small hometown of Bountiful while struggling with a heart condition.

Hydrilla treatments prove effective for Cayuga Inlet

By | Sep 7, 2012

Hydrilla, an invasive aquatic plan species, continues to plague the Cayuga Inlet. Continued herbicide treatments have been effective, and new laws may improve water health.

Review: ‘Frankie and Johnny in the Clair de Lune’ creates an intimate setting in the Kitchen Theatre

By | Sep 3, 2012

Two middle-aged adults explore their wants and desires by spending a few hours in a cluttered apartment with each other talking about love and sex among other things.