When violinist-to-be Lenelle Morse went to her friend’s house in third grade, she was not jealous of her Barbies or
At 16, Kali Oliver is a veteran of the Chautauqua Dance program. She began her dance training in the Workshop
Tim Stephenson, Christine Wu and Elizabeth Crecca have more in common than just their age.
It may seem odd, but Chautauqua audience members got a sneak peak of Charlotte Ballet’s future during “An Evening of Pas de Deux” at the Amphitheater on Wednesday night. Yes, two at a time taking to the stage, not ensemble ballets.
In Lynn Nottage’s Intimate Apparel, Esther and Mayme are leading ladies and best friends.
In 1928, Lucy Coit Fanning Norton donated a welcome gift to Chautauqua Institution — a gift that would house hundreds of operas and entertain Chautauquans for many generations.
Falling into a one-way romantic affair can be devastating.
Don Kimes earliest memory is of drawing.
‘A feat of spectacle’ Review by Guest Critic: Rebecca Ritzel Oh, the early musicians. They are the nerds, outliers and
Nobody puts Emily St. John Mandel in a corner. Her first three novels often get classified as crime novels or