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Cedarville’s ‘Taming of the Shrew’ Takes Shakespeare to the 1950s

Cedarville's theatre program has modernized Shakespeare’s comedic love story, “The Taming of the Shrew.” It is showing Oct. 3-13. Professor and show director Matt Moore has changed the setting from a city-state in Italy during the Italian Renaissance to Little Italy in the 1950s and added a singing group known as the “Shrew Crew” to help propel the story along. “They (the Shrew Crew) are the ones who really help us feel the 1950s because of the music,” Moore said. “The six ...

A&E: Year in Preview

From Shakespeare to Elliv, popular campus events are returning CAMPUS CHRISTMAS (12/7) Campus Christmas is one of the biggest events on campus each year. The SSC is decked out with Christmas trees, ornaments, wrapping paper and snowflakes. Students show up in their pajamas in Chuck’s at midnight and gorge themselves on scrambled eggs and biscuits and gravy. There’s live Christmas music, picture time with Santa, karaoke, laser tag and general holiday merriment. We’ll definitely miss ...

Student Spotlight – Student Witnesses Using the Arts

The class of 2016 may know her as the girl who sang a piece of “Defying Gravity” from “Wicked” at last fall’s small group game show competition. Alisha Symington, a sophomore from Knoxville, Tenn., double-majoring in music and theatre, said she was caught a little by surprise with the performance. “I was like, ‘Oh, so this is the first time I’m going to sing in front of Cedarville University,’”she said. Although spontaneous, Symington’s game show performance would ...