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Dibden puts on virtual show

Opal Savoy, Web Editor March 18, 2021

“The Monument,” written and performed by Northern Vermont University-Johnson students, brings small town life in the COVID age to the small screen. The homegrown project, done in collaboration with...

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NVU-Johnson students perform in theater festival

Marcus Allen, Staff Reporter March 3, 2021

This year, NVU-Johnson students participated in The Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival, an annual event for over 1800 students. They presented an original show called “The Monument,”...

Dibden offers wide array of programming

Justin Robertiello, Staff Reporter October 8, 2020

The loss of live performances at Johnson’s Dibden Center for the Arts due to COVID 19 restrictions was not a surprise to students and faculty. Despite this setback, the Performing Arts Department was...

Pretty pleasing, with Sugar Ray on top

Pretty pleasing, with Sugar Ray on top

Tom Benton April 12, 2012

Sugar Ray and the Bluetones played Dibden on March 23, and if a harmonica was a flamethrower, they would’ve set the house on fire. The first sign of greatness was their opening act, three smoked-out-looking...

“Two Rooms,” one strong performance

“Two Rooms,” one strong performance

Anna Maria Liccione, Arts and Entertainment Editor/Senior Copy Editor March 22, 2012

The cast of “Two Rooms” delivered a powerful performance Saturday, March 17, bringing members of the audience to tears at the end. This senior project was directed by Taryn Glasser. This project, over...

Students bring “Two Rooms” to Dibden

Students bring “Two Rooms” to Dibden

Anna Maria Liccione, Arts and Entertainment Editor/Senior Copy Editor March 8, 2012

“Two Rooms,” a senior project shared by Performing Arts majors Claire Demarais and Taryn Glasser, will be performed in Dibden Center for the Performing Arts on Saturday, March 17.“Two Rooms” gets...

“Slave Girl” makes fantasy real

Whitney Nellé , Contributor March 8, 2012

Have you ever wanted to have a conversation with a slave from the 1800s? That fantasy became a reality Wednesday, Feb. 29 for those who attended The American Place Theatre’s Literature to Life presentation...

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