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Meet Prussia: 1866's Prop Master Kiersten Fallow

Meet Prussia: 1866's Prop Master Kiersten Fallow

Posted by Laura on January 28, 2015 in

It’s crunch time in the Props Department this week, with everyone working hard to get the many quirky and confounding props finished for Prussia: 1866. Cougar skin rug? Work in progress. A dozen matching cups (plus backups, and backups for the backups)? Found some in storage. A stage fire contraption that looks realer than real? DONE. Here’s how senior stage management major Kiersten Fallow is keeping up with her production assignment this semester as Props Master.

Pay to Pee

Pay to Pee

Posted by Annie Tomak on December 11, 2014 in

The notion of paying to use the potty seems a bit ridiculous, but many would be surprised to know that there are actually a few European countries that actually enforce a payment method when citizens use public restrooms, and that this was once a required activity in the U.S.

Point Park alumni choreographs piece in annual dance show

Point Park alumni choreographs piece in annual dance show

Posted by Annie Tomak on November 21, 2014 in

“I was really completely untrained before I came to Point Park, so without my training there I wouldn't have gone too far at all! I think I was lucky that during my time there I worked with some teachers that I really respected and connected with." 

Student Choreography Project: A showcase of original choreography by the Point Park University’s top dance students.

Student Choreography Project: A showcase of original choreography by the Point Park University’s top dance students.

Posted by Annie Tomak on November 06, 2014 in Conservatory Dance Company Current Students Shows

“I’m really enjoying my time here and would recommend this program to anyone looking to grow and be exposed to a variety of voices. This concert was a great example of the diversity that Point Park offers us."

The Story Behind Roberto Clemente's Angel Wings

The Story Behind Roberto Clemente's Angel Wings

Posted by Annie Tomak on October 16, 2014 in

The iconic, seemingly fabricated photograph of Roberto Clemente jumping for a fly ball at Terry Park, is one of the most recognizable photos in baseball history but the story behind the photo is the incredible part.

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