Archive for the 'Arts' Category

The Odyssey

Milligan’s performances of The Odyssey took place April 11-14. The show was a beautiful display of theatre finesse and craft. Pamela Adolphi did the set and lighting designs; the music was created by Brad Easteridge; and Richard Major of course, directed the show. The visuals of the show were the most breathtaking part of the show, adding an element to
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And Then There Were None

Over Homecoming Weekend, Milligan presented And Then There Were None a play adaptation of the book by Agatha Christie. I’m pretty sure everyone who saw the play can agree that it was a wonderful performance by everyone involved. The play was directed by Richard Major and the set and lights were designed by Pamela Adolphi. The show starred Colin Blowers, a
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Winter Jazz Concert

When you think of jazz, what’s the first thing to come to mind? Louie Armstrong, George Benson, or Dizzy Gillespie may be the first things, but what about bluegrass? Not many people think that bluegrass would fit into a setting such as jazz, but thanks to an amazing performance on November 19th, it was proven that it could. The Milligan
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Celebrating Milligan Authors

One event that took place on Homecoming weekend was the first ever book reading, an event in which seven authors from the Milligan community read excerpts from their books. This celebrated the works of Del Harris, Clint Holloway, Pat Oaks, Leann Blackmoore, Dr. Pat Magness (reading an essay she contributed to a book), Samantha Baugus, and Dr. Kevin Brown. Our
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Orchestra

The 2012 fall semester started off on a stunning note. Over 200 students participated in the seventh year tradition of the area-wide String Orchestra Concert on Saturday, September 15, at Seeger Chapel.  The concert began with opening introductions by Milligan orchestra director, Kellie Brown.  The instrumentalists included students from Dobyns-Bennett High School Orchestra, Milligan College Orchestra, and Science Hill High School Orchestra. Conductor Scott D. Laird led the
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