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North Central hosts four Chicago artists and the power of painting

North Central showcases the collaborative artwork of Michael William Foster, Jaime Foster, Barry Dwyer and Andy Christopoulos, June 19-Aug. 9.

North Central College will showcase the work of four Chicago artists in a collaborative exhibit from June 19 through Aug. 9.

Titled “Pseudonym,” the free exhibit will be on display June 19 through Aug. 9 in North Central College’s Schoenherr Gallery at the Fine Arts Center, 171 E. Chicago Ave. The featured artists—Michael William Foster, Jaime Foster, Barry Dwyer and Andy Christopoulos—will greet visitors and give a collaborative painting demonstration at a reception from 6 to 8 p.m. Friday, June 19.

Students present the faculty-directed drama “Hedda Gabler” May 7-9

Colleen DeRosa '16 as Hedda
North Central College features student actors and crew in the faculty-directed “Hedda Gabler,” a tense drama and late 19th century classic play by Henrik Ibsen.

North Central College features student actors in the faculty-directed drama “Hedda Gabler” May 7-9.

Four performances of “Hedda Gabler” will be presented at 7:30 p.m. May 7-9 and at 2 p.m. May 9 in the theatre at Meiley-Swallow Hall, 31 S. Ellsworth St. Tickets are $10/adults and $8/students and senior citizens; call the North Central College Box Office at 630-637-SHOW (7469) or visit northcentralcollege.edu/showtix.

Senior Art Show features a diverse body of work

Artwork by 10 North Central College art students are featured in the annual Senior Art Show “Perspectives,” May 8-June 14, in two galleries.

Artwork by 10 North Central College art students will be featured in the annual Senior Art Show, May 8 through June 14. Titled “Perspectives,” the 2015 Senior Art Show features a diverse body of work.

North Central College alumni recognized for excellence in Chicago theatre

Garrett Lutz ’12 and Maxwell DeTogne ’13
Two alumni—Garrett Lutz ’12 and Maxwell J. DeTogne ’13—were nominated for best Actor in a Principal Role-Musical for Chicago’s Non-Equity Jeff Award.

Two North Central College alumni—Garrett Lutz ’12 and Maxwell J. DeTogne ’13—have been nominated for the 42nd annual Non-Equity Jeff Awards, The Joseph Jefferson Awards, for their excellence in Chicago theatre for the 2014-2015 season.

They are among five nominees for best Actor in a Principal Role-Musical: Lutz (photo, left) for his role as Jerry Lukowski in “The Full Monty” by Kokandy Productions and DeTogne (photo, right) as Jesus in “Jesus Christ Superstar” with Theo Ubique Cabaret Theatre.

Students exhibit their paintings and sculptures, inspired from study abroad

“Dawn Over Dusk: Singapura” by juniors Grace Morris and Briana Tobin
North Central College students Grace Morris ’16 and Briana Tobin ’16 showcase their artwork, inspired by study abroad experiences in Singapore, April 10-May 1.

North Central College presents “Dawn Over Dusk: Singapura,” a student art exhibit featuring the work of junior Grace Morris, who’s majoring in studio art, and junior Briana Tobin, majoring in theatrical design and technology and in religious studies.

North Central theatre major writes, directs, stages original comedy, set in 1939

Rae Lindenberg '15, playwright and director of "Miranda Writes"
North Central College presents “Miranda Writes,” part screwball comedy and part whodunit, written and directed by senior Rae Lindenberg April 16-18.

North Central College’s Student Directed Series student dpresents “Miranda Writes,” part screwball comedy and part whodunit, written and directed by senior Rae Lindenberg April 16-18.

Paintings by Chicago’s Brian Ritchard featured April 10-June 14

"Wind Farm" by Brian Ritchard
North Central College’s Schoenherr Gallery to showcase paintings depicting American wind farms in “Turbine Painting Series” by Brian Ritchard.

North Central College will showcase the artwork of Chicago painter Brian Ritchard from April 10 through June 14.

Titled “Turbine Paintings Series,” the free exhibit will be on display in the College’s Schoenherr Gallery at the Fine Arts Center, 171 E. Chicago Ave. The artist will greet visitors at a reception from 6 to 8 p.m. Saturday, June 6; complimentary refreshments will be served.

North Central introduces new theatrical design and technology major

North Central introduces new theatrical design and technology major that combines theatre experiences and new curriculum.

A stage production requires a multitude of talents both on stage and off. To prepare students for the important behind-the-scenes roles at professional theatre companies, North Central College has launched a new academic program of study.

Seniors direct, stage “Shout! The Mod Musical” Feb. 26-March 1

Allyson Martens, Rachel Rodewald, Tina Naponelli, Ashlyn Seehafer, Colleen DeRos
North Central College seniors present “Shout!” a musical review featuring the culture and songs from the swinging ’60s in England.

North Central College seniors will direct and stage “Shout! The Mod Musical,” a musical review featuring songs from the swinging ’60s.

Four performances of “Shout!” will be presented at 7:30 p.m. Feb. 26, 27, 28 and at 2 p.m. March 1 in Pfeiffer Hall, 310 E. Benton Ave. Tickets are $15/adults and $10/students and senior citizens; call the North Central College Box Office at 630-637-SHOW (7469) or visit northcentralcollege.edu/showtix.

World-class vocalist works with North Central College music students in master class

Lyric soprano Sarah Wolfson instructs a student
North Central College voice students experienced hands-on instruction from lyric soprano Sarah Wolfson during a master class in Wentz Concert Hall.

Music students appreciate having a fresh pair of ears critique their performances, especially when they are the ears of a world-class artist.

North Central College voice students experienced hands-on instruction from lyric soprano Sarah Wolfson during a master class on the stage of the College’s acoustically magnificent Wentz Concert Hall. The 90-minute session Feb. 5 covered topics ranging from physical techniques that improve sound to using facial expressions to advance narratives created by composers.

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