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College of Fine Arts News: July 2008

Fine Arts News

Performances and exhibits presented by the College of Fine Arts are listed on the Lively Arts’ events calendar. If you have any questions, please e-mail us at

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Departmental events for current faculty and students can be viewed on the individual department and program pages.

Music Department to Receive Pipe Organ from American Guild of Organists

The Department of Music will add a notable instrument this spring to its already vast keyboard collection. In May 2014, the department will make way amid its 93 Steinway pianos for the Pogorzelski-Yankee Memorial Organ, valued at $400,000.

Posted on 1/14/2014 12:16:28 PM

Boys' Life

Boys’ Life is a bitingly funny post-modern comedy of manners, which follows three former college buddies now seeking to make their way in the big city—and with various women of their acquaintance.

Posted on 7/31/2008 6:50:36 PM

An Evening of Dance and Percussion

In a one-night-only performance, this unique production takes on a different beat as the two groups explore the music and dance of different cultures and genres.

Posted on 7/31/2008 6:48:31 PM

Anything Goes

Through a twisted set of scenarios, confused identities, mis-matched lovers, and super-sized characters, this fast-paced farce of a musical sets sail on a path of true hijinks and adventure.

Posted on 7/31/2008 6:46:29 PM

The Consul: A Musical Drama

The Consul brilliantly illustrates the desire of Everyman/Everywoman to live freely, to speak openly, to defy oppression, and to cry out against injustice.

Posted on 7/31/2008 6:44:32 PM


The luxury of beauty—its advantages and its consequences—are a few of the conflicts that take hold in this popular, Pulitzer Prize winning story by William Inge.

Posted on 7/31/2008 6:42:29 PM

Babes in Toyland

Based on the musical, IUP Dance Theater, with guests Mahoning Valley Ballet, brings Mother Goose Village to life.

Posted on 7/31/2008 6:39:12 PM

Violet Sharp

Winner of the 2006 Julie Harris Playwright Award, Violet Sharp is about a twenty-seven-year-old domestic servant of Charles Lindbergh’s family that is suspected of kidnapping the Lindbergh's infant son.

Posted on 7/31/2008 6:36:35 PM

Simon Shaheen Quartet

Simon Shaheen is one of the most significant Arab musicians, performers, and composers of his generation.

Posted on 7/23/2008 3:23:53 PM

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