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Matt Cavenaugh '01 didn't always plan on being an actor -- it wasn't until high school, when he saw a production of West Side Story, that he got bit by the acting bug.

These days the Jonesboro, Arkansas, native gets rave reviews on Broadway, and things have come full circle: Cavanaugh will star as Tony in the modern, bilingual production of West Side Story, opening at...

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“I feel like I just took a shower in truth,” said one IC student after watching spoken-word artist Saul Williams perform to a packed house at Ithaca.

Williams took the mike at Ithaca College’s Park Auditorium recently to deliver poetry, song, artistry, and insight to the enthusiastic crowd.

Saul Williams performing in Park...

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IC’s School of Music and the Department of Theatre Arts have announced their schedules for the 2008-2009 school year.

Along with student performances and recitals in Ford Hall, there are several other noteworthy ensembles scheduled. On Friday, Oct. 3, the Guarneri String Quartet will play Ford Hall as part of their farewell tour....

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The bright lights of Broadway led Ithaca College alumna Kerry Butler ’92 all the way to her first Tony nomination. Butler, a musical theater graduate, earned a nomination for best performance by a leading actress in a musical for her performance in Xanadu. The musical was also nominated for best musical.

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It's not unusual to see IC theater majors make it big after graduation. For example, Michele Federer '95 is now starring opposite Emmy Award-winner Mare Winningham in the stage production of The Glass Menagerie at the Old Globe Theatre in San Diego. Federer originated the role of Nessarose in the Broadway production of Wicked and appeared...

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