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Prince Hamlet, which opens the Center for the Performing Arts 2022–23 season, is a bilingual and modern framing of the spectacular downfall of a man.

Lindsey Landfried smiles in front of a brick wall.

The overlap between the visual and performing arts is apparent in many ways, so to make a career transition rooted in one medium to the other isn’t a hard sell for Lindsey Landfried.

Sita Frederick smiles in front of Eisenhower Auditorium.

The Center for the Performing Arts marks Sita Frederick’s first anniversary as director on Tuesday, March 15, and not everything has gone as expected.

Alex Pregel stands in front of a lighting and sound control board while a production of Annie appears on stage in the background.

Audiences are excited to see the return of touring Broadway to Penn State with WAITRESS on Thursday, March 3, 2022, and Penn State graduate Alex Pregel is excited to bring it.

Sita Frederick smiles in front of Eisenhower Auditorium.

As a dance artist and educator, Sita Frederick brings a fresh energy and perspective to the position of director of the Center for the Performing Arts.

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