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The Experimental Theatre Company presents ‘Blue Heart’

The student run production of the Experimental Theatre Company’s “Blue Heart,” will debut Friday a tale of sadness, comedy, intrigue and above all, what director Austin Yarborough calls a “play about the words left unsaid; a play about “what if?” ...

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Central California Auto Show features ‘hottest’ cars of 2015

The Central California Auto Show rolled through Fresno this past weekend at the Fresno Convention Center showcasing what show manager Trevor Trumbor called “the hottest vehicles of 2015.” The three day event which started on Friday boasted over 200 of ...

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‘Mr. Marmalade’ visits Experimental Theatre Company

Fresno State’s Experimental Theatre Company’s adaptation of “Mr. Marmalade” debuts this weekend at the Lab School Theatre for a nostalgic trip down the quirky, twisted world of childhood. “Mr. Marmalade” tells the story of 4-year-old Lucy and her tumultuous journey ...

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‘Jersey Boys’ grab Fresno spotlight

From rags to riches and back to rags again, the off-Broadway production of “Jersey Boys” hit the stage at the William Saroyan Theatre showcasing the legacy of four singers from New Jersey that captivated listeners for decades. “Jersey Boys” follows ...

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Downtown Fresno celebrates ‘Dia de los Muertos’

For 27 years, Arte Américas has celebrated the rich cultural tradition of Día de los Muertos, or the Day of the Dead, and once again Sunday brought to life a somber, yet festive evening that celebrated the ancient, indigenous tradition. ...

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‘Jazz-o-Ween’ to play a variety of jazz

Antonio Henriques & Megan Ginise Halloween is right around the corner, and in celebration of the occasion, Fresno State’s music department is holding its annual “Jazz-o-Ween” concert on Thursday. Dr. Alan Durst, Director of Jazz Ensembles and Orchestra; will be ...

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Civil War Revisited for 25th Year

Cannon and musket fire rocked Kearney Park this weekend from the 25th anniversary of the Civil War Reenactment. Presented by the Fresno Historical Society, the Civil War Revisited is the largest re-enactment in the state, celebrating the 150th anniversary of ...

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Graduate students set for first opera

Fresno State Opera Theatre will present its first full graduate performance in the university’s history Saturday in the Wahlberg Recital Hall of the music department. The performance is “La Pizza Con Funghi” or “The Mushroom Pie,” by Seymour Barab. Five ...

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Downtown pub celebrates first anniversary

Within the concrete jungle of the forgotten Fulton Mall lies a gastropub growing in popularity in part of a revitalized, rejuvenated Downtown Fresno: Peeve’s Public House. The venue celebrated its one year anniversary this past weekend with an assortment of ...

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‘Topdog/Underdog’ Performance Brings Laughter and Drama

By Megan Ginise Special To The Collegian A student-run production of “Topdog/ Underdog,” under the direction of Fresno State theater professor Thomas Whit-Ellis, captivated audiences on Friday and Saturday. “Topdog,” written by Suzan Lori-Parks, won a Pulitzer Prize for best ...

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