Author Archives: Sam Camilletti

A peek into African Culture

Last Monday, the Studio Theatre was transformed into a platform for cultural education during the Symposium on African and Caribbean Diaspora: Culture and Performance.  The symposium had a wide variety of events from lectures...

The success of “Working”

TheaterCNU’s “Working” was an ambitious undertaking and they succeeded in stretching their repertoire in several key ways. The musical distinguishes itself from others by lacking a central plot; it’s based off of Stud Terkel’s 197...

The magic of “Pippin”

Norfolk’s Chrysler Hall will transform into a timeless venue when it hosts “Pippin” this weekend, Feb. 24-25.  “Pippin” is advertised as a “high-flying, death-defying hit Broadway musical” according to its website, and has wo...

“Working” is well on its way

“Working”, the first TheaterCNU production of this semester, is what happens when interviews from average working class people are transformed into a script and that script is then turned into a musical. While perhaps not exactly ...

Sing your heart out, CNU

Though Valentine’s Day isn’t until next week, USounds is making sure everyone is still feeling the love with their Sing Your Heart Out Invitational this Saturday. It’s a competition with prizes, but the real emphasis of this invit...