Penn State alumna Jordan Haines is bringing her art to life at Ikonic Inc. through a two year tattoo apprenticeship.
Author Nick Weiss
The Penn State Thespians hold one production per semester. This spring, the Schwab Auditorium will house their production of “Into The Woods,” Stephen Sondheim’s award winning musical, on March 24-26
The tale of two fifth grade outcasts is coming to the Flex Theatre tonight in NRT’s “Bridge to Terabithia,” a stage adaptation borrowing from Katherine Paterson’s 1977 novel and the 2007 film.
“The Force Awakens” arrives this Friday and The Star Wars Club couldn’t be more ready to finally relieve its anticipation. Even though some members are worried about the recent changes in the series, everyone is ready to enjoy the next installment of the franchise that means so much to them.
No Refund Theatre received the rights to produce a stage adaptation of the 2009 movie “An Education” this weekend. This performance, written and designed by Anna Foley, follows Jenny as she receives some unexpected attention and an education in life.
“We Are… On Broadway!” is a concert brining four Penn State alumni currently performing on Broadway back to Happy Valley for a one night only performance at The State Theatre.
New students in the School of Visual Arts are displaying their work from the fall 2015 semester in “Present Future,” and will be working on a collaborative wall drawing during the exhibition.
Bill Doan understands what it means to be a brother, and he understands loss. His play “Drifting” explores these ideas and the ethics of keeping someone alive in a vegetative state.
No Refund Theatre is putting on a free performance of “The Perks of Being a Wallflower,” this weekend in the Flex Theater.
“The Laramie Project” is being performed by The No Refund Theatre this Halloween weekend in the HUB’s Flex Theater.
The Penn State Thespians only show one main stage production per semester and for this fall, Elle Woods is back to clean up in the courtroom in, “Legally Blonde: The Musical.”
“Matt Shepard is a Friend of Mine” is a story about the victim of notorious 1998 hate crime, Matthew Shepard, and his family. This award winning documentary is showing at The State Theater tonight at 7 p.m.