Last week, the University welcomed back Claude-Michel Schönberg and Alain Boublil, the creators of the award-winning musical version of “Les Misérables,” for their second residency Feb. 22-24.
The McIntire Department of Art often presents guest lecturers, but hosting renowned art critic and historian Tyler Green on Feb. 7 was a unique opportunity.
“Harry Potter” fans have long awaited the arrival of J.K. Rowling’s latest foray into the wizarding world, and the author did not disappoint.
What is identity? How does one navigate the world when it is perceived so differently by each individual? Virginia Players explored such questions in their show, “Identity: A Musical Cabaret.”
Many in attendance turned out specifically for the burgeoning opening act, but the venue lost few if any concertgoers once Major and the Monbacks took the stage.