Arts & Entertainment

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Tiffany Bryant ’07 makes performing arts accessible
Tribe
As students, Jonathan Leahy ’00 and Michael Fitzpatrick ’00 created museum-quality art out of pizza boxes
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W&M gymnasts reach new heights in entertainment
By & Large
The Muscarelle Museum of Art is open for business ahead of renovation.
By & Large
Major gifts provide a world-class experience at the Muscarelle.
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Artist Willie Ann Wright '45 finds new interpretations through old methods.
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Olivia Newton-John didn’t know it, but in the 1980s, her biggest fan was a third-grader living in the D.C. suburbs. Jen Chaney ’94 talks TV.
Story By Sara K. Eskridge
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Whether you’re warm inside by a fire or taking a long ride on a ski lift, winter is the perfect season to curl up with a book. Have no fear; William & Mary alumni and faculty have readers of any age and interest covered with a bevy of new books.
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What do you get when you combine the 1950s, space, musical theater and a comic book? You get Cornell Christianson’s ’74 newest off-Broadway musical, “It Came From Beyond.”
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On March 8, Ice Dance International (IDI) will host the premiere gala screening of “The World of Ice Dance International” at the American-Scandinavian Foundation.
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A popular hangout spot for William & Mary students, alumni, faculty and staff has been a prominent setting on the most recent season of a hit network television show.
Major Gifts
Willie Anne Wright '45 recounts her discovery of pinhole photography and the influence it had on her success in the art world.
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