Tag Archive: London

“Midnight Pillow” premieres this week

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By Andrew Becker The Carolinian The Shoestring Players will perform director Stephen Unwin’s “Midnight Pillow” this week. A Shakespearean production calls for an exploration of young lovers’ relationships, and “Midnight Pillow” is no… Continue reading

Lee Neibert’s ‘Tapestry,’ an unraveling of the American fabric

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By Andrew Becker The Carolinian The Shoestring Players’ first performance of the season was an original devised piece, directed by Lee Neibert, titled “Tapestry” which cast Carter Baran, Chantel Brown, John Gibbs, Savannah… Continue reading

Shoestring Players return from London to perform ‘Tapestry’

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By Andrew Becker The Carolinian The Shoestring Players kick off their fall theatre season with the London Company production of “Tapestry,” an original devised play, performed at the Rose Theatre this summer while… Continue reading

Travel blog: London museum communicates social consciousness

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By Zandra Shafer The Carolinian The only difficult thing about being an art lover in London is deciding between the plethora of options of where to go to get your fix. London has… Continue reading

Travel blog: Exploring London’s museums, architecture

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Oxford offers breathtaking architecture, museums, culture By Zandra Shafer The Carolinian Home to the oldest University in the English-speaking world, Oxford should be near the top of the site-seeing list for anyone with… Continue reading

Two students explore their perspectives on studying abroad

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Studying Abroad in London: Expectations By Zandra Shafer The Carolinian It has been said that preparation is the key to success. As I prepared for my impending month-long trip to London, I found… Continue reading