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Omnibus #38

podcast icon Posted Friday, November 23, 2007. Total length: 11:13

Interviews with the cast and crew of Much Ado About Nothing performed at the Loft Theatre from November 23 - December 9. Also, junior Lianne Flynn discusses her winning entry, Island of Pizza and Bagels, in the 12th Annual Library Art Contest co-sponsored with the Visual Arts department.
"...nobody dies at the end and everyone winds up pretty happy."
Teresa K. Pond, Director

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(Music Courtesy of the Podshow Podsafe Music Network)

  • 0:04 Introduction
    Chris Kretz - Assistant Professor/Reference Librarian
  • 1:17 The Production
    Teresa K. Pond, Director
    Dr. Andrew Karp, Artistic Director
  • 4:08 Island of Pizza and Bagels
    Reference Librarian Kami Convery interviews Lianne Flynn, whose painting Island of Pizza and Bagels won the 12th annual art contest sponsored by the Library and Visual Arts department.
  • 7:07 Acting Shakespeare
    • William Downes
    • Juliet Brines
    • Pat Shay
    • Laura Riley
    • Joseph Matero
    • Alex Lund
Island of Pizza and Bagels

Songs: "I Found a New Baby", "Egg and Butter Man" and "Diga Do" by Yamomanem. "Zipolite Rag" by Justin Gordon.

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