Double feature: LCCC Theater shines with companion performance

“Laundry and Bourbon” and “Lone Star” are two one-act plays by James McLure that personify the feeling of longing for a time when everything was simpler. Both plays have three characters each. “Laundry and Bourbon” has the calm and longing Elizabeth, played by Brianna Perry; the seemingly uneducated and obnoxious Hattie, played by Amber True;

The 2018 Student Art Exhibit offers chances to learn about, enjoy, purchase student art

Student Art is now being exhibited at Laramie County Community College’s Esther and John Clay Fine Arts Gallery and will be on display through May 1.  At noon on April 11, a reception was held in the gallery where various artists, students and faculty gathered to view and speak about the works. Amy Vialpando, a

ULTIMATE SUMMER FUN GUIDE: Pepsi Center concerts to attend this summer

The Pepsi Center, located at 1000 Chopper Circle in Denver, Col., is hosting a huge amount of concerts this summer. From P!nk starting out the summer, to Kesha and Macklemore, to Panic! At the Disco, all the way to Chris Stapleton, there is a wide range of concerts for anyone to attend. All ticket prices

Three actresses take on ‘Laundry and Bourbon’

Starting April 19, three actresses will be hitting the LCCC Playhouse stage to perform “Laundry and Bourbon” directed by Jason Pasqua as part of a two-part production. Preparing for these productions is a process that includes 10 weeks of rehearsing, Pasqua, a theatre instructor, said. “The actor’s job is to breathe fire into the words

Seven presidents lead college to new heights; bond issues fuel several campus expansions

Editors note: LCCC will celebrate its 50th anniversary in the fall of 2018. As part of the celebration, the Wingspan staff is looking back through the archives to highlight some of the important—and not so important—moments in the history of student media and the college. Laramie County voters approved the creation of Laramie County Community

Music students write school fight song

At the Laramie County Community College’s Board of Trustees meeting on Feb. 28, the motion to adopt LCCC’s first official fight song, “Birds of Prey,” was carried unanimously. Cameron Norby, a music major, wrote the musical number for the song, and all of the music majors of 2018 are credited with the lyrics. [embedyt]

Theatre program takes home two regional honors

Laramie County Community College’s Theatre received two awards from this year’s Region 7 Kennedy Center/American College Theatre Festival. The festival honored several people for last fall’s production of “The Laramie Project: Ten Years Later”. Lighting designer Alexander Soden, stage manager Emilygrace Piel and set designer Solveig Gasner were awarded the Don Child Collaboration Award through

Cantorei choir gets the chance of a lifetime

[embedyt] The Cantorei Choir at Laramie County Community College was invited by Choirs of America last April to perform on April 13 and 14 at Carnegie Hall in New York. On April 13, Cantorei will perform pieces that they have been working on since last year in front of adjudicators at the Aaron Copland

Summary of the spring concerts

There is no shortage on concerts for LCCC this spring, with events going on from the beginning of April through the end of the semester. The first will be held on April 8, where the performance faculty will perform at St. Mark’s Episcopal Church. Following that will be the Cantorei pre-tour concert on April 9

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