The Cardboard Alley Players Present ‘The Nether’

The Cardboard Alley Players of Hartwick College are presenting Jennifer Haley’s futuristic play ‘The Nether’.  The play explore a possible future for the internet, as people are allowed to enter into virtual reality and act out their fantasies. A young police woman investigates a particularly disturbing corner of this new and improved internet to see if these fantasies constitute criminal activity.  The Cardboard Alley Players are a relatively new group on the Hartwick College campus.  We hear from the director and the technical director. http://wskg.org/audio/nethermix.mp3

 

Photo credit: Cardboard Alley Players

The Cardboard Alley Players Present 'The Nether'

The Cardboard Alley Players of Hartwick College are presenting Jennifer Haley’s futuristic play ‘The Nether’.  The play explore a possible future for the internet, as people are allowed to enter into virtual reality and act out their fantasies. A young police woman investigates a particularly disturbing corner of this new and improved internet to see if these fantasies constitute criminal activity.  The Cardboard Alley Players are a relatively new group on the Hartwick College campus.  We hear from the director and the technical director. http://wskg.org/audio/nethermix.mp3

 

Photo credit: Cardboard Alley Players

Students at Hartwick College Take on a Challenging Musical

We hear from the choreographer Alyssa Lundberg and the set and lighting designer Joanna Carber of Hartwick College’s production of the Kander and Ebb musical ‘Chicago’.  Director of Theatre Arts Malissa Kano-White is the stage director of this jazz-age saga. http://wskg.org/audio/hartwickchicago.mp3

 

Photo credit: Hartwick College

An Area Sculptor Unveils a New Art Installation

Sculptor Terry Slade, art professor at Harwick College, unveils his large installation at the Munson Williams Proctor Museum in Utica.  He describes the process of designing and installing the collection of fused glass discs.  A retrospective of his work is on display in other parts of the museum. http://wskg.org/audio/slademix.mp3

 

Photo credit: Terry Slade