DAVID KWIATKOWSKI - STAFF WRITER Chautauqua Theater Company Guest Artist Brian Marable performs during the final dress rehearsal for Thurgood Thursday in the Performance Pavilion on Pratt. DAVE MUNCH/PHOTO EDITOR All persons born or naturalized
SARAH VEST - STAFF WRITER Perry Wealth in America has its roots in land ownership, with branches that reach forward to the devaluation of property based on race seen today. Andre Perry conducts research based
NICHOLE JIANG - STAFF WRITER The Chautauqua Symphony Orchestra performs under the baton of music director and conductor Rossen Milanov last Thursday in the Amphitheater. DAVE MUNCH/PHOTO EDITOR As the Chautauqua Symphony Orchestra takes the
SARAH VEST - STAFF WRITER Tankersley Currently, there is a cacophony of voices in the media giving different answers to the complicated question: “What is going on with the economy and the American middle class?”
LAURA PHILION - COPY & DIGITAL EDITOR Rodney Marsalis Philadelphia Big Brass Rodney Marsalis knew he was serious about the trumpet at 11 years old. And he already knew it would take some serious practice.
ZACHARY LEWIS - GUEST CRITIC Chautauqua Opera Company Young Artists perform their final song “Sing to Love” with the Chautauqua Symphony Orchestra and Principal Pops Conductor Stuart Chafetz Saturday in the Amphitheater. KRISTEN TRIPLETT /
JORDYN RUSSELL - STAFF WRITER Niamh Perrins and Raphael Swan Schreiber practice a duet for a piece titled “A Fraction of Abstraction” during a rehearsal for the School of Dance Student Gala on Friday in
SARAH VEST - STAFF WRITER Felts Setting, as a narrative element, is defined as the location and time frame in which the action of a narrative takes place. Susannah Felts, Week Six’s prose writer-in-residence, challenges
SARA TOTH - EDITOR At 10 a.m. Friday, Aug. 6 at the Chautauqua Cinema, Chautauqua Institution launches a partnership with the Toronto-based Planet in Focus International Environmental Film Festival as the Cinema presents a double
NICHOLE JIANG - STAFF WRITER The Chautauqua Symphony Orchestra performs under the baton of Music Director and Conductor Rossen Milanov Sunday in the Amphitheater. DAVE MUNCH/PHOTO EDITOR Darkness has been a prominent theme in everyone’s
SARAH VEST - STAFF WRITER Cole Piper welcomes members of Chautauqua Literary and Scientific Circle’s Class of 2019 at the Hall of Philosophy on Aug. 7, 2019. VISHAKHA GUPTA/FILE PHOTO This year’s Recognition Day is
SARAH VEST - STAFF WRITER Jeffrey Jacobs raises a handkerchief aloft during the Drooping of the Lilies at Old First Night on Aug. 6, 2019, in the Amphitheater — the last in-person celebration before COVID-19.
NICHOLE JIANG - STAFF WRITER Jason Weintraub leads the Chautauqua Community Band in the playing of the National Anthem during the Old First Night Concert Aug. 6, 2019, on Bestor Plaza. SARAH YENESEL/DAILY FILE PHOTO This
DAVID KWIATKOWSKI - STAFF WRITER Chautauqua Opera Company Young Artists, from left, Yazid Gray, Kelly Guerra, Chasiti Lashay, Jared V. Esguerra and Michael Colman rehearse for As the Così Crumbles: A Company-Developed Piece in the
NICK DANLAG - STAFF WRITER Alexandra Bradstreet, center, and her guide dog Wasabi — along with members of Sports Club staff —are preparing for the 45th annual Old First Night Run/Walk on Saturday morning. KRISTEN