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Teaching Librarian Lindsey Rae Publishes in LOEX Quarterly






Technology and Public Services Librarian Lindsey Rae was published in the most recent issue of LOEX Quarterly, a journal covering library instruction and information literacy. Her article, entitled “Owning the Stage: Using Dramatic Theory to Improve Teaching,” focuses on the intersection of teaching and acting techniques and theory. Read Lindsey’s article here. Or here: Owning the Stage- Using Dramatic Theory […]

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Champlain Theatre Presents “Seeds”






Who Owns Life? Annabel Soutar, a Canadian playwright, explores this question in her compelling documentary play. Seeds, about Percy Schmeiser, the Canadian farmer, who was sued by Monsanto Inc. for growing their genetically modified canola seeds without paying the licensing fee. Champlain Theatre’s  informal dramatic reading opens on Wednesday, September 24 and runs for three nights […]

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Alan Stracke’s Words Made “Visible”






Alan Stracke had a bone marrow transplant almost seven years ago at Memorial Sloane Kettering Cancer Center (MSKCC) in NYC. Last year he took part in a special writing program for MSKCC patients and survivors called Visible Ink. Hundreds of patients take part but only a small percentage of their stories are selected for their yearly […]

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Champlain Theatre Presents Sweeney Todd






Champlain Theatre to Present    Sweeney Todd, The Demon  Barber of Fleet Street Music & Lyrics by Stephen Sondheim, Book by Hugh Wheeler  Based on “penny dreadful” stories of the 19th century, Sweeney Todd has it all — revenge, obsession, madness, love, death, food, and bucking the system in a dog-eat-dog world.  Sweeney Todd has […]

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SHYLOCK SINGS THE BLUES: Jan 16-19






JANUARY 16-19 — PLAY, “SHYLOCK SINGS THE BLUES” Contact: Joanne Farrell, 865-5468, farrell@champlain.edu Champlain Theatre Co. is pleased to co-produce David Sokol’s original work… SHYLOCK SINGS THE BLUES: THE STORY OF A MAN WHO STANDS UP TO BIGOTRY Vermont-based lyricist and illustrator David Sokol and composer Dennis Willmott replace Shakespeare’s iambic pentameter and prose with blues, […]

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