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theatre louisiana college will close out its spring season with Rogers and Hammerstein’s production of Oklahoma! March 14-24 running on Thursdays through Sundays.
Oklahoma! is directed by Tabitha Huffman and musically directed by Dr. Samantha Miller. This… »»» read more
When the Louisiana College Music Department performed "Hansel and Gretel" back in January, the students had a dual purpose in mind.
The first being to entertain those who attended with some quality opera singing, the other to… »»» read more
theatre louisiana college opens its spring season Thursday, Jan. 24 with "The Diary of Anne Frank." Based on the book, "Anne Frank: The Diary of a Young Girl," the production recounts the trials faced by the Frank and Van Daan… »»» read more
When the Louisiana College Music Department performs "Hansel and Gretel" this weekend, hunger will play a big theme.
In the classic opera by Engelbert Humperdinck, which will be sung in English, Hansel and Gretel must find… »»» read more
An annual Christmas tradition continued this year at Louisiana College with the “Follow the Star” and “Christmas on the Hill” presentations put on by faculty and students.
Taking place Nov. 29 and 30, people from the… »»» read more
The chilly Granberry lounge emphasized the Fall atmosphere of Louisiana College’s second Café’ Night of the year.
On October 30, students and faculty arrived wearing hats and scarves, and just kept them on as they poured… »»» read more
A heartfelt performance that can change lives is how Dr. Fred Guilbert, director of The Louisianians, LC’s all-male ensemble, described the group’s recent fall kickoff concert. Performing to an overflowing crowd, The Louisianians opened their fall season in Presser Recital… »»» read more
Theatre Louisiana College opens its latest production of "Pride and Prejudice" this week. The show runs this weekend and next, with performances Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights at 7 p.m. and Sunday Matinees at 2 p.m.
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Building on an event that started last spring, the Louisiana College Music Department hosted its Showcase Concert last Friday for prospective students considering a major or minor in music at LC.
Dr. Fred Guilbert, dean of… »»» read more
theatre louisiana college opened its season Thursday night with "Sunday in Manhattan," a musical about the life and ministry of baseball player and preacher, Billy Sunday.
Sunday, played by LC senior Coby Norman, began his career playing… »»» read more
Before graduating from Louisiana College in 2011, Pineville native Kameryn Lueng became a distinguished performer on campus whether in opera, chorale or the latest theatre louisiana college musical.
Her talents have taken Lueng to Bard College… »»» read more
Theatre Louisiana College is completing their last onstage feat of the year.
This year, TLC is presenting their student directed one acts entitled Seasons of Love, Seasons of Loss.
Thursday April 26 through… »»» read more
It was April 10, 1912.
The world raved about the RMS Titanic as it prepared to embark on its maiden voyage. 2,228 people boarded the “unsinkable ship” that day, but only 711 made it off alive.… »»» read more
Sword fights, men in dresses, sock puppets, and robotic toys are some of the few things that are featured in theater louisiana college’s most recent production.
Juniors, Adam Seth Thompson, Coby Norman, and alumnus, John Willie, are… »»» read more
When you think of opera, terms like “hilarious” or “silly” are usually not the first that come to mind.
But those terms certainly do describe the Louisiana College Department of Music's production of the “Musical Adventures… »»» read more
In baseball, a doubleheader is when fans get to see two games for the price of one.
On Nov. 29, the Louisiana College Music Department presented its own "doubleheader" with the men's ensemble group, the Louisianians,… »»» read more
The Red River Wind Symphony, as it is known to do under the direction of Andrew Hunter, had a little fun with its presentation at this year's fall concert held Nov. 15.
In calling its concert… »»» read more
The Louisiana College Wildcat Band is perhaps best known for its spirited music during home football games.
But on Dec. 5, the Band took their music to another familiar place - Christmas music. Under the direction… »»» read more
If you are ready to see a show filled with side-splitting moments of laughter, riveting action scenes, beautiful music and a heart-wrenching love story, then going to see "The Fantasticks" would be a wise choice for you!
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The Louisiana College Chorale under the direction of Dr. Fred Guilbert will welcome the Southern Chorale, the premier choral ensemble of the University of Southern Mississippi to Guinn Auditorium on Friday, Oct. 28 at 7 p.m. Admission is free and… »»» read more
The Vocal Studio of Dr. Samantha Miller and the Music Department of Louisiana College are happy to present “Wouldn’t You Like to Be on Broadway” a Musical Review.
The audience will enjoy a wonderful variety of… »»» read more
The lights dim, the music that illuminated the room now fades, and the stage lights rise.
Sounds like your typical live theater occurrence, right? Well, not this time.
theatre louisiana college or… »»» read more
PINEVILLE – If you asked Kameryn Lueng about the blessings God has given her in her life, she’d probably tell you she doesn’t deserve them.
With the gift she’s received, though, one would argue that not only… »»» read more
Last year, it was half way around the world. This year it was the state next door.
But the meaning of the Louisiana College Chorale's Spring Tour was not in any way diminished by its close… »»» read more
Louisiana College was again the site of the annual drama festival for the Louisiana Baptist Convention, but this year included an addition.
The 10th Annual LBC Drama Festival this year merged with the Louisiana Baptist Church… »»» read more
Imagine a remote island in the South Pacific. It's inhabited by cannibals who are fond of choir music. And four “divas” happen to arrive on that island.
Who says opera can't be fun?
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PINEVILLE – C.S. Lewis is one of the most famous and best-loved Christian writers to have ever walked Earth, having written many classic Christian works.
Lewis will forever be identified, however, with his seven-book "Chronicles of… »»» read more
Anyone who has seen senior Kellie Fuselier sing as part of Louisiana College's "Voices" knows she is passionate about her music.
But that hasn't always been the case. Hard as it is to believe now, Fuselier… »»» read more
"theatre louisiana college's" spring production, "The Lion, The Witch, and The Wardrobe" by C.S. Lewis premieres Thursday night.
The production is directed by Dr. Deborah “Pete” Richardson, Assistant Professor of Mass Communication and Theatre, and will… »»» read more
Louisiana College senior Joseph Cole might have felt like this was a night that would never come - his senior recital.
Having stretched his LC education across most of the last decade, and in the process… »»» read more
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