Calendar

April 2017

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"Presume Not That I Am the Thing I Was"
7:30 PM|Directing Studio

A desperate rumination on what it means for a woman to step out on the stage. Created and performed by Mia Georgina Hull ’17 as a part of her Honors Thesis in Theatre.

CoDa - "Spring Loaded"
8:00 PM|CenterStage

Launch into spring with CoDa! Spring Loaded features provocative, original premiers in a shared bill of works by dancers and the directors. The CoDa artistic lab has yielded a diverse program of new works by student choreographers Alexia Barandiaran, Alexandra Krstic, Grace Mazzarella, Nyla Thompson ...

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"Presume Not That I Am the Thing I Was"
7:30 PM|Directing Studio

A desperate rumination on what it means for a woman to step out on the stage. Created and performed by Mia Georgina Hull ’17 as a part of her Honors Thesis in Theatre.

CoDa - "Spring Loaded"
8:00 PM|CenterStage

Launch into spring with CoDa! Spring Loaded features provocative, original premiers in a shared bill of works by dancers and the directors. The CoDa artistic lab has yielded a diverse program of new works by student choreographers Alexia Barandiaran, Alexandra Krstic, Grace Mazzarella, Nyla Thompson ...

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Lynette Wallworth: Collisions
7:30 PM|MainStage

Lynette Wallworth is an Australian artist known for her immersive multimedia installations, which focus on the interactivity between humans and the natural world. Her works include Coral: Rekindling Venus, an examination of the ecologically threatened biodiversity of the Great Barrier Reef, and Evolution of Fearlessness, an ...

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EXPRESSIVE MOVEMENT: Dance & Theatre Laboratory with Pau Aran Gimeno
4:10 PM|Dance Studio

Hosted by Associate Professor of Theatre Omar Sangare, and Lipp Family Director of Dance and Senior Lecturer in Dance Sandra Burton Pablo Aran Gimeno, most notably known as a dancer from the Tanztheater Wuppertal Pina Bausch, and currently serving as a choreographer for the August: Osage County production at ...

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Kusika and the Zambezi Marimba Band - "Kutambara"
8:00 PM|MainStage

Since 1986 Kusika has thrived as a place for students, faculty, and artists interested in the study and performance of traditions, concepts, and material from Africa and the diaspora. We are a community that shares a repertoire of traditions in dance, music, and storytelling that embraces the ...

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Kusika and the Zambezi Marimba Band - "Kutambara"
8:00 PM|MainStage

Since 1986 Kusika has thrived as a place for students, faculty, and artists interested in the study and performance of traditions, concepts, and material from Africa and the diaspora. We are a community that shares a repertoire of traditions in dance, music, and storytelling that embraces the ...

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REMNANTS
7:30 PM|CenterStage

REMNANTS, a one-man show, written and performed by Henry (“Hank”) Greenspan, is based on twenty years of the playwright's conversations with Holocaust survivors. In his award-winning play Greenspan recreates moments in which survivors reflect not only on the destruction but also on their lives in the aftermath. The play ...

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August: Osage County
7:30 PM|Adams Memorial Theatre

Must the Promised Land necessarily become cursed and haunted? Is it possible to curtail moral downfall and pursue happiness instead? In his eye-opening play, Pulitzer Prize winner Tracy Letts reveals the secrets of an American family collapsing under the weight of its own mistakes and avalanching toward final disintegration. The play surged in popularity after ...

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August: Osage County
7:30 PM|Adams Memorial Theatre

Must the Promised Land necessarily become cursed and haunted? Is it possible to curtail moral downfall and pursue happiness instead? In his eye-opening play, Pulitzer Prize winner Tracy Letts reveals the secrets of an American family collapsing under the weight of its own mistakes and avalanching toward final disintegration. The play surged in popularity after ...

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August: Osage County
7:30 PM|Adams Memorial Theatre

Must the Promised Land necessarily become cursed and haunted? Is it possible to curtail moral downfall and pursue happiness instead? In his eye-opening play, Pulitzer Prize winner Tracy Letts reveals the secrets of an American family collapsing under the weight of its own mistakes and avalanching toward final disintegration. The play surged in popularity after ...

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