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The transition from in-person classes to remote learning in the middle of the semester has not been seamless for all students and academic departments. Some students worry about how they’re going to complete their lab requirements for chemistry, how student-teaching will take place or how recreational courses like broomball or social dancing will translate to an online format.
Producing theater is no cheap or easy feat, but that didn’t stop five Miami University students from teaming up last fall to launch a new theater company in Oxford.
Campus is usually quiet at 8:30 a.m. on a Saturday., but inside the Center of Performing Arts, stage manager and junior Delaney McLaughlin prepares for a 13-hour tech rehearsal of “The Wolves.” Assistant director and junior Jamie Chmielewski sets up a table for snacks and writes a note of encouragement for the cast and crew before making a run to Oxford Doughnut Shoppe.
Since the beginning of September, the Miami University Symphony Orchestra has been preparing for their upcoming fall concert, "Symphony Orchestra: The Daniel Pearl World Music Days." Under the direction of conductor Ricardo Averbach, the ensemble is comprised of both music majors and non-music majors.
The second to last rehearsal of the week for Stage Left's spring musical was about to begin.
"Hey, are you auditioning for 'Octets?'"