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Sandra Scott Travels: Searching For The Unique Sites

When I travel, besides seeing all the usual tourist spots, I like to see some of the off-beat things. There are several books and websites that I found helpful. “Roadside America” has a website where I can bring up a map and pick out the unique things to see in the area in which I am traveling. It is easy to search by location. […]

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Sandra Scott Travels: Art Museums Have Something for Everyone

There are many great indoor places that are warm, snuggly and interesting to visit. You don’t have to be an art enthusiast to enjoy an art museum; in fact, I am willing to guarantee even those who usually shy away from art museums will find something of interest and, who knows, maybe, learn to like something new. When I took my grandkids to the art museum in Cleveland we signed up for the children’s tour. It was fascinating. We all learned. […]

In the SUNY Oswego theatre department's "The Shape of Things" -- opening at 7:30 p.m. Nov. 7, for a five-performance run on Waterman Theatre's stage -- Phillip and Jenny (right, played by Alex Forrest and Natalie Griffin) witness the transformation of Adam (left, Adam Sommer) at the hands of the manipulative Evelyn (Cassandra Slough).

Off-Stage Team Helps ‘Shape’ Play Into ‘Collaborative Art Form’

As the SUNY Oswego theatre department approaches opening night Nov. 7, for Neil Labute’s “The Shape of Things,” the students on the production team help mold a play that emphasizes the power of manipulation in relationships. As the team winds up its preparations, the play’s “game-day” crew and cast will count down to curtain at 7:30 p.m. Nov. 7 to 9, as well as at 2 p.m. matinees on Nov. 10 and 11. […]

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Sandra Scott Travels: This One’s For The Birds

The leaves are falling and there is snow in the air but there will still be a couple of warm, sunny days perfect for a jaunt in the woods. Recently, John and I were at Cornell’s Ornithology Lab where we watched a video in the theater detailing the patience and endurance of photographers trying to get an image of a bird-of-paradise in New Guinea. They also have a lab where one can listen to and learn bird sounds. On the massive wall they have a world map mural that shows one bird for each of 243 bird families. […]

In the upcoming SUNY Oswego theatre department production "The Shape of Things," Adam (left, played by Adam Sommer) meets the manipulative artist Evelyn (Cassandra Slough) in an art gallery -- in this case Tyler Art Gallery, amidst art faculty member Juan Perdiguero's mixed-media work for a recent exhibition. The intense, morally thought-provoking play will run Nov. 7 to 11 in Waterman Theatre.

‘The Shape of Things’ To Explore ‘Losing Yourself’ In Intense Relationships

The SUNY Oswego theatre department next month will present playwright Neil LaBute’s romantic drama “The Shape of Things,” a “shocking” production that exposes four college students entangled in relationships to harsh life lessons about moral conflicts. The college’s fall production will take the stage at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday to Friday, Nov. 7 to 9, as well as at 2 p.m. matinees on Saturday and Sunday, Nov. 10 and 11. […]