The Chautauquan Daily is printed every night at the Corry Printing Press in Corry, Pa. From start to finish, the Daily takes roughly two hours to print and package under the supervision of Phillip Graffis.Continue reading
Jawad Bayat’s mouth is parched. He’s standing at the front of the Hall of Christ, shoes off, facing Mecca.
It’s Ramadan, and he can’t eat or drink until dark. [w/ VIDEO]Continue reading
At the VACI Open Members Exhibition, which opened Monday in Fowler-Kellogg Art Center and runs through Aug. 22, longtime Chautauquan Enid Shames spent several minutes staring at a video piece called “The Aesthetics of Informatics in a Wandering America.” [w/ SLIDESHOW]Continue reading
Multimedia Editor Andrew Mitchell rounded up many of Chautauqua’s dogs and owners. The humans talked about what makes the relationships with their canines special to them.
Check out the Daily’s CLSC story about the way dogs mixed with Shakespeare in one man’s mind to lead him to writing an bestselling novel. David Wroblewski, the author, will give a talk about his book, The Story of Edgar Sawtelle, today at 3:30 p.m.
For just two nights, a small group of Chautauquans had the chance to step onto the Amphitheater stage to take on the roles of Romeo, Juliet, Tybalt and other iconic Shakespeare characters. Granted, they had no vibrant costumes, no makeup, and they certainly didn’t have their lines down. [w/ VIDEO]Continue reading
Pete Walker (Romeo) and Anna Gerberich (Juliet), both of the North Carolina Dance Academy, discuss how dating in real life allows them to feel more comfortable in their roles opposite each other on stage. [CLICK "READ MORE" BELOW OR THE HEADLINE ABOVE TO WATCH THE VIDEO]Continue reading