Arts

Lilly Woo
A First Look at the Pauper Players’ Production of Chicago
Get ready for a performance you won’t regret. Furman University Pauper Players presents Chicago The Musical, opening on February 11th! 
Feb. 11, 2022 | By McKenzie Gibel
Via Netflix
Toss a Coin to Your Witcher... or Maybe Not 
Season 2 of The Witcher is finally here, and fans aren’t shy to share their brutally honest remarks.
Feb. 03, 2022 | By Mckenzie Gibel
Courtesy of Will Cooks
A Review: The Lotus Paradox at Warehouse Theatre
Be taken on journey with chaos, creativity, and motherhood. A brilliant play you don’t want to miss out on! 
Jan. 31, 2022 | By Macy Petty
Courtesy of Universal Studios
The Works — Back And Better Than Ever!
The Works has returned! Catch Grace Ryan’s take on the ins and outs of campus culture and Greenville life!
Jan. 14, 2022 | By Grace Ryan
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FUISA International Fashion Show
It was a spectacular night in McAllister Auditorium, as audiences were taken all around the world...through clothing!
Dec. 08, 2021 | By Lilly Woo
Provided by Jason D. Johnson, Credit to Wallace Krebs.
Review: Sense and Sensibility at The Warehouse Theatre
Humor and a classic Austen? Count me in!
Dec. 01, 2021 | By Macy Petty
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A Look into Pottery with Annika Conlee
For Furman student Annika Conlee, ceramics is not just a past-time; it is a passion.
Nov. 16, 2021 | By Reagan Scott
Courtesy of Jenna Justice
Review: Pauper Player’s Jeykll and Hyde
Masterful and chilling, Jeykll and Hyde is a must-see performance!
Nov. 11, 2021 | By Macy Petty
Eat Your (Local) Vegetables!
Food just tastes better when its fresh from the farm, don’t you agree? Good thing Furman has its own!
Nov. 09, 2021 | By Gracie Bartel
Review: Furman Theatre Creates Moving and Innovative Drama in As You Like It
Between tenuous love triangles and lasting symbolism, “As You Like It” was a smashing hit!
Nov. 04, 2021 | By Macy Petty
Behind The Voice: An Interview with Addison Ballew
“Given that a singer’s ultimate goal is to communicate the text and take the audience on a journey, emotional tumult is oftentimes a necessary evil, one that helps audience members escape their realities and be present with me in the moment.”
Oct. 19, 2021 | By Macy Petty
And the Winner Is....
“I can’t tell people I won $200 dollars in the talent show and then tell them I did something boring with it.” Intrigued? Us too —read it, you know you wanna.
Oct. 14, 2021 | By Mckenzie Gibel
Lights, Camera, Action: An Inside Look at Furman Theater
Whether it be merely watching a play or starring in one yourself, Furman theater has something to offer for all students!
Oct. 13, 2021 | By Alice Tyszka
Furman Voice Student Performs Around the World
Furman student Wallis Lucas is on her way to international stardom — and we can say “We knew her when....”
Oct. 12, 2021 | By Macy Petty
Cruella: Disney’s Guide to Justifying Puppy-cide
Cruella De Vil — Redeemable or Forever a Villain?
Sept. 23, 2021 | By Mckenzie Gibel
Summer Research Highlights Local Art Legend
This summer, Furman Art Fellows laboriously recreated the work and life of a celebrated Upstate artist.
Sept. 14, 2021 | By Josephine Geraghty
Furman Alum Stacy Capers Wins Online Music Competition
So, How Does a Furman Alum Make it Big Time in the Music World? We Sat Down With Stacey Capers to Find Out.
Sept. 09, 2021 | By Macy Petty
“Tai Chi For Performers:” My May X Experience
Tai Chi — Because We Could All Use a Little Zen, right?
Sept. 06, 2021 | By Lilly Woo
Congratulations to The Paladin’s Photography Contest Winners
Thank you to all who submitted their photos!
May 02, 2021 | By Lauren Krotz
Furman Versus Productivity: The Effects of Social Media on Mental Stamina
Can Furman help combat the negative effects of social media?
April 20, 2021 | By Reagan Scott
Get Cultured, Food Style
Food is more than nourishment — it is a way to share a piece of our identity for all to enjoy.
April 13, 2021 | By Lilly Woo
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