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Charles McKinney, Jr., Ph.D., spoke on “Seeing the Unseen: Grappling with Race, History and the Fierce Urgency of Now” during a recent talk on the Chillicothe Campus. He served as this year’s Kennedy Lecture Series speaker, and his talk also commemorated Black History Month. He discussed race relations in a historical perspective, touching on topics… Read More
The dedication of the Gough Arts Memorial Collection will be held from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. on Dec. 13 in the Stevenson Center Quinn Library at Ohio University-Chillicothe. The event is free and open to the public. The non-circulating collection includes approximately 125 books — primarily involving art, Celtic and garden topics – that… Read More
Love, Loss, and What I Wore, Nora and Delia Ephron’s award-winning play about women, relationships and clothes, will be presented Aug. 30 at 8 p.m. at Ohio University-Chillicothe.
This intimate collection of stories, based on Ilene Beckerman’s best-seller, uses clothing, accessories and the memories they trigger to tell funny and often poignant stories.
OU-Chillicothe art student Thomas Ansel is among three college students statewide whose Riverboxes projects have been selected by the Dublin Arts Council for display in Dublin parks and public areas this summer.
Ansel’s handiwork is currently on display in Donegal Cliffs Park along the Scioto River in Dublin.
Comedienne Natasha Neal, a former Ohio University-Chillicothe student, will present an evening of comedic theater featuring her original material, Ghettonoudidnt, during Comedy Night at 8 p.m. on April 25 in OU-C's Bennett Hall Auditorium. The upcoming star-studded program will also include performances by pianist Robb Feldhaus and jazz vocalist Margaret Breidenbaugh, both of Cincinnati, and… Read More
A musical fund-raising endeavor in Chillicothe is extending its impact in a manner that strikes a chord with area youth by utilizing higher education to open doors for prospective students. The Rock for Tots, Inc. OU-C Scholarship Endowment, housed within The Ohio University Foundation, will provide financial support for an incoming Ohio University-Chillicothe freshman students… Read More
The Ohio University-Chillicothe theater program is presenting the heart-warming romantic comedy Sylvia on Dec. 6 and 7. The play involves Greg and Kate, a middle-aged couple who move to New York City after 22 years in the suburbs, and Sylvia, a street-smart dog who turns their worlds upside-down.
Section 8, Ohio University’s original male a cappella singing group, will provide the musical entertainment during the annual Ohio University-Chillicothe Heritage Day event beginning at 6 p.m. on Nov. 14 in the Stevenson Center Learning Commons. The event is free, and members of the campus and area community are invited to attend. Wine, other beverages… Read More
The Human Services Association (HSA) of Ohio University-Chillicothe will present Webb Wilder in concert on Aug. 10 at the First Capital Musical Hall at The Bank, 27 W. 2nd Street, Chillicothe. He will be preceded by some noted area musicians, providing the trappings for an outstanding night of musical enjoyment. Wilder will take the stage… Read More
Ohio University-Chillicothe will present "Seasons of Marriage with the Shuffles," featuring internationally-acclaimed theatrical and vocal duo John and Nancy Shuffle, at 8 p.m. on April 12 in the Bennett Hall Auditorium. Further, the Ohio University Alumni Association is hosting a reception for alumni and friends of Ohio University-Chillicothe at 6 p.m. in Bennett Hall, room… Read More
Allen Richmond, an adjunct music faculty member at Ohio University-Chillicothe, is conducting the orchestra for the Chillicothe Civic Theater’s production of Irving Berlin’s White Christmas at the Majestic Theater. Richmond, who joined the OU-C faculty in 2009, earned his bachelor’s degree of music in theory/composition, cum laude, from Ohio University and his master’s degree in… Read More
The Ohio University-Chillicothe theater program will present The Butter and Egg Man, a comedy with a local twist, at 8 p.m. on Dec. 7 and Dec. 8 in the Bennett Hall auditorium. The play, written in 1925 by George Kaufman, features a character named Peter Jones, who hails from Chillicothe, Ohio. Jones brings Midwestern naiveté… Read More
The new art exhibit Chillicothe: A Crossroads is on display in the Patricia Scott Gallery at the Ohio University-Chillicothe campus through Wednesday, Nov. 21. The show consists of work by four women artists who form pARTners: Polly Campbell Boles, Barbara Finegan Harsha, Maryjo Flamm-Miller and Dawn Zarbakhsh. One of the sculptural pieces features the calligraphy… Read More
Awakening the Artist Within, an art show featuring the work of Ross County art teachers, is currently on exhibit through Thursday, Oct. 18 in Ohio University-Chillicothe's Patricia Scott Art Gallery. Teachers from Adena, Bishop Flaget, Chillicothe City, Southeastern, Unioto, Paint Valley and Zane Trace school districts have various 2-D and 3-D media in the show. … Read More
A pair of art exhibits are currently on display at Ohio University-Chillicothe through September. University of Rio Grande faculty members Kevin Lyles (sculptor) and Benjy Davies (graphics and printmaking) will display True Stories, a show of printmaking and sculptural works in the Patricia Scott Art Gallery in Bennett Hall. "The works in this show all… Read More
Ohio University-Chillicothe Theater will offer a midsummer night’s chuckle with the presentation of The Perfect Party at 8 p.m. on Aug. 10 and Aug. 11 in the Bennett Hall auditorium. The play involves a college professor who decides to throw a party so flawless that he even invites a reviewer from the New York Times… Read More
The Ohio University-Chillicothe theater program will present a doubleheader of comic entertainment with scenes from Hat Tricks and the one-act play Art at 8 p.m. on June 8 and June 9 in the Bennett Hall auditorium. Hat Tricks, a play by Dori Appel, has been described as an exciting compilation of scenes and songs from… Read More
The Ohio University-Chillicothe theater program has established a legacy of offering interesting, thought-provoking performances that serve as the basis for conversations long after the curtain has dropped, and its upcoming production is no exception. The campus’ theater group will present the Pulitzer Prize-winning play ‘Night Mother at 8 p.m. on April 13 and April 14… Read More
Ohio University-Chillicothe student Jordan Clark is looking to turn her passion for singing into her professional pursuit. Clark, 20, recently recorded her debut CD, and she plans to take her ambitions to "Music City" and see how they play out. "I am going to go to Nashville this summer and see what it’s all about…. Read More