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(PHOTO/ Chloe Lyle) Tucker Park, lead singer of the Park band, takes a photo with a few students in the audience in Sartain Hall from the stage.
(IMAGE/ 20th Century Fox) Movie poster of “The Greatest Showman,” which debuted in theaters in the United States on Dec. 8, 2017.
(CONTRIBUTED/ Max Pixel) The holiday season provides an opportunity for creating exciting new traditions like making festive cookies.
(PHOTO/ Chloe Lyle) Various student-choreographed and -performed numbers are being showcased during the dance department’s fall showcase. Performances will be held on Nov. 16-17 at 7 p.m. and Nov. 18 at 2:30 p.m.
(PHOTO/ Zenith Shreshta) Bruce Larsen’s sculptural exhibit “Artifacts” became open for viewing in the Inter-national Arts Center on Monday, Nov. 13.
(CONTRIBUTED/ Diane Orlofsky) “Frequency” will hold its fall concert after the Thanksgiving break on Tuesday, Nov. 28, at 7 p.m. in the Long Hall choir room.
(PHOTO/ Chloe Lyle) Patrick Vassel, assistant director of “Hamilton,” led a talkback on Saturday morning, during which students asked questions about theater and the theater business.
(CONTRIBUTED/ Jesse Graham) Michaela Bird (left), a junior theater education major from Dawsonville, Georgia, and Sam Hankins (right), a junior theater major from Birmingham, perform the first scene of “Love/Sick,” called “Obsessive Impulsive.”
(PHOTO/ Kymesha Atwood) Troy’s Concert Chorale rehearses for the “Perspectives: Heaven to Earth” concert.
(PHOTO/ Aniket Maharjan) From left to right: Carly Wethington-Nagy, a freshman art education major from New Market; Chelsea Weis, a freshman biology major from Madison; and Nicole Flynn, a freshman art education major from Prattville, participated in Spectrum’s “Rocky Horror Picture Show” event on Monday night.