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    Capping a two-week residency at Skidmore, composer and performer Howard Fishman presents a multimedia show about mystery musician Connie Converse, this Thursday, Friday and Saturday.
    Dec 6 2017
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    An early play in the Off-Off Broadway movement, Pulitzer winner Lanford Wilson's "Balm in Gilead" explores the lives of the down-and-out in New York City. It opens at Skidmore this Friday, April 14.
    Apr 11 2017
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    A classical, even primal odyssey tale that uses electronic effects and probes today's refugee crises, Skidmore's inventive take on The Orphan Sea opens this Wednesday, Nov. 30.
    Nov 29 2016
  • Skidmore News
    The brutality of Homeric Greece may "fit our modern world like a blood-soaked glove," says dramatist Ian Belton '94. He's directing a powerful reworking of Euripides' Hecuba, getting its U.S. premiere at Skidmore April 8-17.
    Apr 1 2016
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    Thornton Wilder's plays earned acclaimed during his lifetime and continue to appeal to audiences because they make connections between the commonplace and the cosmic dimensions of human experience. Six short plays by the award-winning playwright will be presented on campus this month.
    Feb 28 2010
  • Skidmore News
    Looking for a few good laughs? Check out the National College Comedy Festival Feb. 12-13 on campus. Twenty colleges from around the country will send 170 comedians to the event, which celebrates its 21st anniversary this year. Professional performers include Bleak!Comedy (left).
    Feb 7 2010
  • Skidmore News
    Skidmore's annual celebration of Black History Month will feature an array of events open to the campus and general public, many of them free of charge.
    Feb 2 2007
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    Two-time Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Clarence Page will visit Skidmore Wednesday, Feb. 15, to deliver the keynote lecture for the College's Black History Month celebration.
    Sep 11 2006
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    The New York State Summer Writers Institute marks its 20th anniversary at Skidmore with a traditional lineup of readings and discussions by award-winning poets and authors, along with a new special event.
    Sep 11 2006