Seton Hill's 'Everyman' keeps medieval text, adds modern music

Performing a morality play – especially one penned in the Middle Ages – might not seem too appealing to an average college theater student. Dr. Terry Brino-Dean, associate professor of theater and director of the Seton Hill University theater program, has come up with a way to give “Everyman” — a medieval drama that deals with man’s fear of dying and his hope for redemption through his actions on earth…

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Edible Chess

Chess pastry cutters handmade in brass by Biggles to celebrate the first year of Ms Sophie Sarin’s “Thursday Chess Club”. Each piece can be made into biscuits. Not only do you have the satisfaction of taking a piece, but you can eat it as well! –Edible Chess (Biggles) They are advertised as “one of a kind” art objects…