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Frost Festival of student drama opens tonight

The complexities of relationships between brothers, lovers and newly-met strangers will be explored in three unique, evocative student plays to be performed May 19 to 21 for this year's Eleanor Frost Festival. "Abel" by Pavol Liska '95, "Nothing Like the Sun" by S.T.


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Wind Symphony charms audience

The Mother's Day audience for Sunday's Dartmouth Wind Symphony performance of "Theatrical Music" may not have expected smoke, champagne, dance and howls; but they were charmed nonetheless with conductor Max Culpepper's multi-media approach. Subtitled "Music from the Avant Garde" and billed as an unusual, unique concert, the symphony used the whole of Spaulding Auditorium and many theatrical elements to explore various moods and worlds, including that of a recondite cave and an active, dark forest. The afternoon's concert began with a jazz-rock piece titled "Cave of the Winds" by Russell Peck.


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