suffrage , phrenology and spiritualism were held in the church. During the Civil War (American Civil War) the church was used for packing barrels of supplies for Union Army soldiers. In 1867, the Pultneyville Lyceum began performing improvised stage productions with gasoline lamps serving as spotlights. Contemporary community theater organizations have continuously staged productions in the building since 1961. As a result the Library of Congress found Gates Hall to be the second
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, Aspen; Studio 54, Caroline's on Broadway, and Gotham Comedy Club, New York; Hobby Center for the Performing Arts and The Improv, Houston; Crown & Anchor and Town Hall, The Palm, Blue Chairs, and Club Manana, Provincetown. Their stage productions have included "The Balled Sopranos," "Motel Sicks: A Dragapella Summer Vacation," "Everything But the Kitsch 'n'Synch" and "GreatesTits," all of which premiered at San Francisco's New
serves as Executive Producer and host of HDNET's "CELEBRIDATE", scheduled to debut in October 2011. From 1999 to 2006, Lodge was the host of the syndicated dating show ''Blind Date (Blind Date (US TV series))''. Lodge has been the host of ''The Price Is Right Live!'' stage productions in Las Vegas (Las Vegas metropolitan area), Nevada and Atlantic City (Atlantic City, New Jersey), New Jersey and in July 2007, he began hosting a new game show called '' Camouflage (2007 TV
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. At this time Universities typically required students to be proficient in Latin and Greek (Greek language). However, students from rural areas often did not have access to instruction in these subjects. Some early members of the Cornell faculty became concerned about the quality of education available to such students and founded Cascadilla School to address this inequity. However, students also pursued athletic activities such as football and crew and created yearbooks to record their activities. History The Cornell Chordials were founded in 1997 by a group of Cornell students, including founder Elana Wolff ('01), Music Director Dennis Chow ('99), President Anand Swaminathan ('99), and Business Manager Amanda Stahl ('99). The group has traveled and performed in many venues across the northeast (Northeastern United States), including at Penn State (Pennsylvania State University), Haverford (Haverford College), Rutgers (Rutgers University), Muhlenberg (Muhlenberg College), RPI (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute), Johns Hopkins (Johns Hopkins University), "