The Arts at SHU
Barber of Fleet Street
The Arts are alive and well at Siena Heights! This spring, Theatre Siena had a full production schedule, including “August: Osage County” and “Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street”. The annual alumni dinner theater around the Sweeney Todd production had nearly 100 people attend. The newly created SHU Choir has had a busy first year, performing at numerous venues both on and off campus. They are scheduled to perform at the Vatican next winter. Music will again be offered as a major this fall. Spring is also time for many senior art exhibitions in the Klemm Gallery. These shows are the pinnacle of the art program and feature the best student art Siena Heights has to offer. Pictured is a piece entitled “Reprogram” from Lyndsay Payne’s senior show titled “Analysis.” This summer will be a busy one on campus in the fine arts, including the Creative Stages Fine Arts Camp in June for area youth.