ASC News - February 2011

"American Mix" opens March 8

Contemporary and classic plays of love and laughter -- labor and strife, set in New York City, make up the "American Mix" night of theatre on the Adams State College Xperimental Stage. Three short Continue Reading…

Adams State alumna memory honored with scholarship

Clea Bailey Espinosa's dedication to education and commitment to achieving goals inspired her son, Howard B. Espinosa, to establish a scholarship in her memory. Graduating Sanford High School seniors, Continue Reading…

Day of Percussion features nationally known musicians

The Adams State College Day of Percussion includes guest artists, clinics, and concerts. Chris Wabich and Brad Dutz, studio musicians located in Los Angeles, frequently tour the world with a variety Continue Reading…

Lipke piano recital is February 27

Dr. William Lipke's, Adams State College professor of music, faculty piano recital begins at 7 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 27, in Leon Recital Hall. The program will include music of Chopin, Schumann and others Continue Reading…

Introducing the R&J Project: Seeking Common Ground

Can love rescue what hate threatens? It is a question that is as old as human existence itself and an issue central to our lives today. On behalf of the Adams State College Theatre Program, I am Continue Reading…

Grizzly Activity Board sponsors film “Pushing the Elephant”

"Pushing the Elephant" is the inspiring story of Rose Mapendo. When civil war came to Rose's Congolese village, she was separated from her five-year-old daughter, Nangabire. Rose managed to escape Continue Reading…

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