Archive for Kaitlyn Doolittle

Humor, Morals, and Trauma: Theatre Honors Student Discusses Upcoming Gloria Performances

The Department of Theatre and Dance at Gustavus Adolphus College is presenting its last show of the season, Gloria from May 5 to May 8. Theatre Honors major Sydney Sutherland ‘22 shares her experience with the upcoming show, along with her time in the Theatre and Dance department.  Sutherland describes the upcoming show as engrossing […]

“Dance Brings People Closer”: A Conversation with Students in the Gustavus Dancing Community

The Department of Theatre and Dance at Gustavus Adolphus College is proud to present “To Love the World Harder: The Gustavus Dance Company in Concert” from April 7 to April 10. In addition to pieces choreographed by faculty and guest artists, the concert features pieces choreographed by Hannah Saunders ‘22 and Claire Drapeau ‘22, who […]

Premiere of “A Few Brave Souls”

On Saturday, November 20, 2021, the Gustavus Adolphus Fine Arts Department showcased the world premiere of “A Few Brave Souls.” The showing consisted of performances by Anna DeGraff, mezzo-soprano, and Szu-Ling Wu on piano. The premiere also contained art-work by student artist Sanjeeda Tazrin Shutrishna ‘22.  “A Few Brave Souls” celebrates the 100-year ratification of […]

Fine Arts Alum in Guthrie Theatre’s “A Christmas Carol”

The Guthrie Theatre’s annual showing of “A Christmas Carol” is featuring a handful of Gustavus alumni. Clay Man Soo ‘18 and Rush Benson ‘13 will be performing in this timeless classic. Clay Man Soo will be playing Young Scrooge and Rush Beson will be performing as Belle’s Husband/ Ghost of Christmas Future.  Former Gustavus students […]

ART 224: Visual Information Art and History Connection

“I’m not receiving credit, but it has everything to do with what I’m studying,” Georgia Zutz ‘23 Communication Studies major answered when asked the question “Why are you taking ART 224? Is it essential towards your major?”  The Fall Semester course, ART 224: Visual Information analyzes historical documents, posters, and artwork and discusses its efficacy […]