Posts Tagged '2011 Week Five'

Ringing in a centennial

Ringing in a centennial

“I fell in love with Chautauqua’s Miller Bell Tower at the age of 5,” Carolyn Benton said.

Now in her 10th year as the bell tower’s chimemaster, Benton gushes enthusiastically about many things, but especially about Chautauqua’s most prominent symbol.

In Living into Hope, Campbell’s truth telling takes book form

In Living into Hope, Campbell’s truth telling takes book form

The famous publishing paradox is that the easiest, and often only, way to get a book published is to have had a book already published. After the Rev. Joan Brown Campbell gave an unusually personal speech at the Washington National Cathedral, a long-haired young woman from a company called Skylight Paths approached Campbell with a simple request.

Walking on air

Walking on air

Summer at Boys’ and Girls’ Club means many things: fun in the sun, blossoming friendships, and — most importantly — Air Band!

Half talent show, half costume party, Club’s 28th annual Air Band drew a large crowd at 4:30 p.m. Thursday to the Amphitheater.

Kimes joins CTC, playwright Metzler at final ‘World Onstage’

Kimes joins CTC, playwright Metzler at final ‘World Onstage’

The idea of intellectual property will be the topic of discussion at Chautauqua Theater Company’s “The World Onstage: How Creative Property is Carved Out” at 12:45 p.m. Saturday at the Brawdy Theater Studios. This event, which is the last of the three “The World Onstage” events, will focus on playwright Molly Smith Metzler’s “Carve,” which also is the last of the three plays to be performed in the New Play Workshop Festival.