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WATCH: Look behind the scenes of Open Frame

  The 12th Open Frame Film Festival takes place Saturday, April 5. Take a behind-the-scenes look at the making of one of the short films that will be premiering at the Palace Theatre.  Emily Cowen is the video editor for The Aviso AVW.

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WATCH: Airband’s 21st year in video

  The 21st Airband performance took place on Saturday, March 22. But don’t worry if you missed it! Full recordings of every act are available here. Alpha Psi Omega Women of Christ Squirrels on Campus Foxy Ladies Kanye West and his Ballerinas Havi Lovin White House   (Credit to the Media Services department)  Emily Cowen [...]

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24 Hour Theatre offers creative pressure

  On January 24 and 25, a mixed group of students and alumni spent a 24-hour period writing, producing, and performing a series of original 10-minute plays. The event started at 9 p.m. Friday when students came to audition for pre-selected teams of writers and directors. at 9 p.m. the next night, the plays were [...]

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WATCH: Christmas at Malone is an act of worship

A popular holiday tradition in the music department, Christmas at Malone takes place this weekend. Music is performed by the University Chorale, Chamber Choir, and Symphonic Band, along with a guest orchestra, and will include selections from Handel’s classic Messiah. Performances are Friday and Saturday at 7:30 p.m. and Sunday at 3:00 p.m. in the Johnson [...]

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Students enjoy summer movies and music

  This summer was full of new music releases and movie premieres. Whether it was seeing new movies, attending concerts or purchasing CDs, this summer was a great time to change things up and try new options. Movies It was a big summer for the movies.  The domestic box office total from the first weekend [...]

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WATCH: Airband celebrates its 20th year

  The 20th annual Airband competition took place Friday, March 22 in the Johnson Center. This year, The Squirrels on Campus took home the coveted golden Nikes. Other performances included selections from Aladdin, Pitch Perfect, The Prince of Egypt, and even performance from the first Airband- a Blues Brothers song by Chris Abrams and Mark [...]

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Frog and Toad debuts with successful reviews

  A Year with Frog and Toad, directed by alumnus Emily Hisey, kicked off its first performance November 7th. It’s a lighthearted story of two best friends, Frog, played by Trisha Landis, junior early-childhood education major; and Toad, played by Zach Hawbaker, junior social work major. It is a fun, family-friendly production. It tells a [...]

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Open Frame launches new tradition at Palace

  The 11th annual Open Frame Film Festival launched a new tradition and set the bar higher than ever at the Palace Theatre on Saturday, April 14. Program Director Andrew Rudd said the change in location from campus to the Palace had always been a dream of his, though it took time to grow the [...]

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WATCH: Movie trailers offer sneak peek for Open Frame Fest

  Students have been working diligently on their submissions for the Open Frame Film Festival this semester—some have even been in production since fall. This year there were a record 15 submissions covering a variety of genres. The festival will take place Saturday, April 14 at Canton Palace Theater with two separate showings: 4 p.m. (free) and 8 [...]

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“Merry Wives” woos with whimsical hijinks

  Last week, the Malone University Theatre put on the Shakespearean comedy The Merry Wives of Windsor. Under the direction of Tammie McKenzie, the show ran from March 27-31 and showcased a wide range of talent from both the cast and crew. One of Shakespeare’s more obscure comedies, Merry Wives tells several stories entwined around a [...]

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