Category: Arts

“Identity V” pits puppets against the possessed

Read Art’s Editor Cee Annis’ review of horror game “Identity V!”
“Identity V” is a one versus four survival horror game, akin to “Dead by Daylight.” You play either as a survivor or a hunter. Hunters, like the name suggests, hunt down the survivors while they try to decipher four clues to open the gates to let them out of the manor they are stuck in.

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A midpandemic night’s show – Theatre department puts on “Midsummer Night’s Dream”

Last week the University of New Hampshire’s Theatre and Dance department released a filmed production of Shakespeare’s classic comedy “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” directed by Deb Kinghorn. This supernatural play of confused lovers, feuding fairies, and overly eager thespians marks a deviation from the department’s general approach to theatre. As a result of COVID-19 and the limitations it has put on theatre, the production took a note from the Bard himself and made the world their stage – or at least, the university’s campus.

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Art Department makes changes amid pandemic

From art class capacity decreasing in size to some courses going completely online, the University of New Hampshire’s (UNH) art department has faced many changes during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.