Donna Tillman rehearses for her upcoming senior production. Photo: Ethan Rogers

Whales Outside the Window uses drama to tackle tough questions

Performance Hall will host the first-ever performance of Whales Outside the Window Feb. 26, 27 and 28 at 7:30 p.m. The production is the first-year project for the practicum class for four graduate assistants. The play will be directed by Meg Jones and was written by Lydia Stewart, whose other works include Then Came the

Yuriy and Kristin Leonovich married in July.  Photo: Tatiana Bento

God uses music to orchestrate the Leonovich love story

Music often accompanies a romantic date, but in Yuriy and Kristin Leonovich’s love story, music was much more than background noise — it brought their lives together. The Leonoviches, both members of the University’s Division of Music, met when Dr. Yuriy Leonovich applied for a position at Bob Jones University and was interviewed by a

Cantus, one of America's premier vocal ensembles will perform a concert at BJU. Photo: Submitted

Chamber vocal ensemble Cantus to perform on BJU campus

Cantus, the full-time professional vocal chamber ensemble declared “the premier men’s vocal ensemble in the United States” by Fanfare Magazine, will perform a concert in BJU’s Founder’s Memorial Amphitorium Tuesday at 8 p.m. This nine-member group is known for its innovative concert programming. Rebecca Davis, who handles public relations for the group, said Cantus will

Dr. Eliezer Yanson directs rehearsal for Handel’s Messiah, typically performed every four years at BJU. Photo: Ethan Rogers

Choirs, orchestra to perform Handel’s Messiah

Three of BJU’s choirs, along with the BJU Symphony Orchestra, will perform a Bob Jones University Christmas tradition tonight at 7:30 in Rodeheaver Auditorium: a collaborative performance of Handel’s Messiah. Messiah, an oratorio composed by George Frideric Handel in only 24 days, is a large-scale vocal and orchestral work narrating the birth, death, burial and

Philip Eoute and Annette Pait play the lead couple, Petruchio and Katherine, in the upcoming performance of The Taming of the Shrew. Photo: Ethan Rogers

Taming of the Shrew to be ‘rip-roarin’ good time’

The BJU Classic Players will perform a rendition of William Shakespeare’s The Taming of the Shrew Nov. 20-22 that will show audiences “a rip-roarin’ good time,” said the production’s director, Mr. Jeff Stegall. The story revolves around Baptista, a rich gentleman, and his two daughters, Katherine and Bianca. The sweet and tender younger daughter, Bianca,

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