The fall 2014 semester is in full swing and The Claw wants you!
We are hiring writers, photographers, designers, editors and ad representatives with a passion for the arts! Click here for more information.
We’re excited to see regular arts events like Open Mic Nights continue and see the new ideas our brilliant staff and students concoct at UNC. Let us know what you’d like to see in this year’s fall issue of The Claw Magazine!
I hope everyone is having a great break away from school. Congratulations to everyone who graduated at semester, and we will see you in January.
Happy Holidays From Everyone at The Claw Magazine!
UNC Opera Theatre presents “La Rondine,” a stunning Italian opera by Giacomo Puccini. From the moment the first notes are sung to the very last chord, this show will captivate you with its overwhelming elegance and breathtaking arias. Set in France during the mid-19th century, “La Rondine” (The Swallow) tells the tale of the curious and irresistible Magda de Civry (played by graduate student Anna Christine Woiwood), the courtesan of Rambaldo Fernandez (played by graduate student Revere Taylor),and her scandalous adventures.
“For anyone who is familiar with anything Puccini has done, this is different than anything he had ever written,” said Brain Luedloff, the director and an associate professor of music at UNC.
For UNC’s production, the ornate costumes and extravagant set immerse you in a world of beautiful song of love and love lost.
True to its operatic roots, UNC students will perform in the show’s original Italian. Don’t know Italian? English supertitles are provided on either sides of the stage. Don’t miss out on the most exciting lesson in Italian you’ve ever had.
“La Rondine” runs from Nov. 21st to Nov. 23rd at 7:30 p.m. in Fraiser Hall’s Langworthy Theatre.
Anna Christine Woiwood (Magda de Civry) fills the auditorium with her aria.
The stage comes to life at a Parisian Cafe.
Kyle Nisbet (Prunier) surrounded by fellow cast members in this comedic opening scene.
Anna Christine Woiwood (Magda) and Nathan Snyder (Ruggero) at a chance encounter.
The Fall issue of The Claw Magazine has been released in print form as well as on our Issues Page. It features the Bear News team. Check it out!
Also, if you have artistic talent, print and color page 31 of the magazine and submit it here. If we like it, we will feature it on the Facebook page.
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