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Farinas takes flight: local artist shares his inspiration

Farinas takes flight: local artist shares his inspiration

Aubrey Benoit, Arts Editor March 4, 2021
[DURHAM]-- Ryan Farinas, 22, and his band “BLANCO” performed at The Big Bean in Durham, New Hampshire (NH) two Saturdays ago. Farinas takes on the role of lead singer, Shane Jozitis on drums, Kai Dimuzio on bass, Matt Oriente on saxophone and Thomas Williams on guitar. Filling up the capacity of 70 people in a COVID-safe environment, his show was a hit to say the least. Hitting almost 30,000 streams on Spotify alone for his single “I Wanna Die in Hawaii” illuminates the talent Farinas exudes as a young and emerging artist.
UNH Theatre excels in Hershel and the Hanukkah Goblins

UNH Theatre excels in “Hershel and the Hanukkah Goblins”

Cassie Hollasch December 7, 2020
A village forced into darkness. Eight nights to bring light and joy back. Eight terrifying goblins, each more fearsome than the last. One clever wanderer who can outsmart them and save Hanukkah.

UNH’s Hershel and the Hanukkah Goblins: A Storybook Retelling for All Ages

Cassie Hollasch November 23, 2020
As November steadily winds to an end, the days are becoming darker and darker- both literally as night begins to draw in earlier each day, bringing with it a taste of winter, and metaphorically as coronavirus (COVID-19) cases are once more on the rise. But not all hope is lost in the darkness. Sometimes all it takes is a little bit of light and determination in the world to make things right and persevere in the face of daunting circumstances. Perhaps that’s what makes the University of New Hampshire’s newest filmed theatre production “Hershel and the Hanukkah Goblins” just the show we need right now.
A midpandemic night’s show - Theatre department puts on “Midsummer Night’s Dream”

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

Cassie Hollasch November 12, 2020
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.

Visual and audible art combine at Musuem of Art open mic night

Bret Belden February 24, 2017

Spotlights illuminated the double decker auditorium on Thursday night, each purposefully pointing toward either a sculpture or a painting. A crowd filters in, slowly but surely. An eclectic group of...

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