BC’s Best showcased Rhiannon Simpson and Little Saturday as the respective winners of their categories.
The BC Theatre Department put on a compelling show with ‘Evita,’ displaying the landmark story of Eva Perón.
From streaming services, to networking and content creation, Tracey Wigfield, BC ’05 and other insiders in some of entertainments biggest industries speak about challenges in the current market.
Though Edgar Allan Poe and Jane Austen never met face to face, their works have always enjoyed each others company. For fans of each, however, only a proper smackdown can put one above the other.
The ‘Now & Then’ short plays saw BC alumni in the industry collaborative in several short performances with current theater talents in a perfect fusion of past and present.
In time, unified, and nuanced perfectly represent the beautiful contours of Baroque period pieces. BC Baroque elegantly brought these works to modern ears in its Arts Fest contributions.
Classic fiddle and dance brought the Irish Studies Music Program to beautiful ends as they traversed the aged methods in an intimate modern fashion.
The A Capella Critics Choice production featured stunning songs from some of BC’s best groups.
The Critics’ Choice Dance Showcase offered a momentary escape from the heat of the coming summer through exemplary, fanned fiery passions.
The inviting nature of the Stokes Tent was reinforced through the welcoming prose of ‘The Laughing Medusa’ in its inspiring and earnest recanting of verse and spoken word.