Calendar

October 2017

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Tero Saarinen Company: "Morphed"
8:00 PM|MainStage

Tero Saarinen, one of the world’s most renowned contemporary choreographers, brings his  powerful and expressive style to Morphed, a new work with music by Esa-Pekka Salonen. A band of seven men seduce, demand, and swagger, with both music and movement ranging from brutally aggressive to ...

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"A People's History of Performance Art"
7:30 PM|WCMA

What’s the difference between theatre and performance art? When do objects “act” better than actors? Why is Kendall Jenner imitating Yoko Ono? Join us for a new collaboration between the Theatre Department and Williams College Museum of Art that aims to investigate the history (and ...

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"A People's History of Performance Art"
7:30 PM|WCMA

What’s the difference between theatre and performance art? When do objects “act” better than actors? Why is Kendall Jenner imitating Yoko Ono? Join us for a new collaboration between the Theatre Department and Williams College Museum of Art that aims to investigate the history (and ...

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"A People's History of Performance Art"
7:30 PM|WCMA

What’s the difference between theatre and performance art? When do objects “act” better than actors? Why is Kendall Jenner imitating Yoko Ono? Join us for a new collaboration between the Theatre Department and Williams College Museum of Art that aims to investigate the history (and ...

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Davis Center Lecture: Dr. Monique W. Morris, Ed.D.
7:00 PM|Adams Memorial Theatre

The W. Allison Davis 1924 and John A. Davis 1933 Lecture to commemorate distinguished scholars. Monique W. Morris, Ed.D. is an author and social justice scholar who specializes in education, civil rights, juvenile and social justice.  Her most recent book is Pushout: The Criminalization of Black Girls in Schools (The New Press, 2016).  ...

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Netta Yerushalmy: "Paramodernities #2 & #3"
8:00 PM|MainStage

Williams Dance Department is proud to present Netta Yerushalmy in residency and a preview performance of Paramodernities #2 & #3. Paramodernities is a multidisciplinary project. It is a series of lecture-performances, or dance-experiments, generated through deconstructions of landmark modern choreographies, performed alongside contributions by scholars ...

Frosh Revue 2017
8:00 PM|Adams Memorial Theatre

A comedic family-friendly celebration of the Williams first-year experience. Appearing annually since time immemorial, Frosh Revue features 10 energetic freshman stars and an hour of zany fun in this traditional fall offering from the Williams Community.

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Frosh Revue 2017
8:00 PM|Adams Memorial Theatre

A comedic family-friendly celebration of the Williams first-year experience. Appearing annually since time immemorial, Frosh Revue features 10 energetic freshman stars and an hour of zany fun in this traditional fall offering from the Williams Community.

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