The Rev. Allan Aubrey Boesak shared three turning points in his faith journey at Sunday Vespers in the Hall of Philosophy.
On Tuesday evening, hundreds gathered in the Amphitheater to celebrate Chautauqua’s 140th birthday. From the Drooping of the Lilies to the three-fold roll call, Chautauquans embraced the many traditions that are Old First Night.
They had all assembled for a single purpose: to ring in another Chautauquan milestone with a gallop around the grounds. Nearly 900 men, women and children gathered in front of Sports Club to celebrate Chautauqua’s 140th birthday with the Old First Night Run/Walk.
The Amphitheater’s main stage, the central hub of Chautauqua entertainment, has served as a platform for lectures and performances all summer long. On Thursday, the Chautauquans from Boys’ and Girls’ Club claimed that stage.
After a year of pre-production and two intense weeks of putting everything together, the night of Friday, July 24 is the last night before the opening of Go West!. Director Andrew Borba talks about the final work the team has left in less than 24 hours.
The CLSC Alumni Association hosted its annual Great American Picnic on Sunday on the front lawn of the Literary Arts Center at Alumni Hall.
The Rev. Luis León was one of the 14,000 children who left Cuba between 1961 and ’62 in what was called the “Peter Pan Air Lift.” He recalled his faith journey at Vespers Sunday.
The Amphitheater at Chautauqua Institution is constantly transforming to accommodate the season’s programs. Take a look into the life of the Amp in a time lapse created from 2,675 photos taken every 30 seconds.
This weekend, the Chautauqua Inter-arts Collaboration will cram the spilled blood, soaring melodies, brutal battles and undying hope of 500 years of history and American-inspired artistic expression into a neatly packaged show.
The Charlotte Ballet performed its annual “Evening of Pas de Deux” Wednesday in the Amphitheater. The program included 11 dances.