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Nichols Dance Ensemble Presents Annual Choreographer’s Showcase

Nichols Dance Ensemble Presents Annual Choreographer’s Showcase

The Nichols Dance Ensemble will present its annual Choreographer’s Showcase on February 28th from 7:00-8:15pm in the FPAC, admission is free. This year, dance members are working to create dance pieces of all forms/styles. At this time, students are rehearsing in areas all around the middle school, preparing for the big night. A student could […]

“Beautiful Decay”

Mr. Kianka has been a familiar face around the Nichols campus for a long time, but this is the first time we’ve been given the opportunity to see his outside photography work. His show, entitled “Beautiful Decay” is currently on display in the Flickinger Performing Arts Center. These photographs are centered on urban decay, a […]

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An Exciting Upcoming Year for Theater Lovers

Shea’s 2014-2015 M&T Bank Broadway Series is bound to be thrilling. With six out of the seven shows coming to Buffalo still playing on Broadway, Anthony Conte and Albert Nocciolino have surely outdone themselves in bringing the best of the best to the Queen City. At the March 19 announcement party, exclusive to the season […]

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Theater Etiquette: A Lament

Theater Etiquette: A Lament By Jenna Rich “Ah yes. Theater etiquette. It is obviously not instinctive; it must be learned.” – Anthony Chase, Artvoice Now, for many who might attend theater and performances quite frequently, good behavior is practically common knowledge, but for those of you who may not go as regularly, this could be […]

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Spider-Man: Dangling From a Web All the Dirt on the ‘Most Controversial Musical in Broadway History’

Though I’ve never been a huge superhero person, I was drawn into the multi-million dollar web of “Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark.” A musical about Spider-Man? It sounded absurd, but with music by Bono and The Edge (of U2 fame), and boasting cutting-edge stunts and innovative technology, I was certainly enticed. Back in 2011 I […]

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Let Her Entertain You: Bernadette’s Back

Returning to Kleinhans Music Hall after a five year absence was Broadway goddess Bernadette Peters, who opened the 2013-2014 BPO Pops series Saturday evening. Peters is known for her Tony Award-winning roles in “Song and Dance,” as well as “Annie Get Your Gun,” but is perhaps best known for her iconic work in the musicals […]

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