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2023/2024 Upcoming Shows

  • Thu Feb 22 - Fri Feb 23

    Queering Perspectives Festival: YOUR SEXTS ARE SHIT: OLDER BETTER LETTERS

    Your Sexts Are Shit: Older Better Letters is an intimate, funny, filthy, and moving solo show from Rachel Mars that triangulates the sex and love letters of long-dead artists, contemporary sexts, and a meditation on the construction of the queer female body. Come! Take pleasure in James Joyce’s passion ...
  • Fri Feb 23

    Queering Festival Community Lunch - Closing Weekend

    To celebrate the Festival closing weekend, please join us for a community lunch in the '62 Center's MainStage lobby at 12 PM. Meet Festival artists Rachel Mars, Salty Brine, and their artistic teams. Gluten-free and vegan options will be available. Please email Corissa Bryant with questions. Free. All are welcome!
  • Fri Feb 23 - Sat Feb 24

    Queering Perspectives Festival: BIGMOUTH STRIKES AGAIN (THE SMITHS SHOW)

    Cabaret artist, writer, and performer Salty Brine weaves iconic, popular albums with major cultural touchstones from classic literature, history and beyond. In Bigmouth Strikes Again: The Smiths Show Salty ventures into the dark and disturbed, weaving Frankenstein and the historical context of Mary Shelley’s writing around The Smiths’ post-punk, ...
  • Wed Mar 13

    Performance: Bangladeshi transgender performer Tashnuva Anan

    Please join the Dacne Department for an evening of poetry and performance with Bangladeshi transgender performer Tashnuva Anan. Tashnuva Anan Shishir is a Bangladeshi Transgender Rights Activist, Model, Actress & News Anchor Who Became Bangladesh's First Openly Transgender News Anchor on March 8, 2021.
  • Fri Apr 12

    Creative Residency: Michelle "Micha" J. Rodriguez '12, PRESENCIA

    What would you do if you were gifted a succulent plant that bursts into flames, speaks to you, and calls you to be a leader? Presencia is a devastatingly funny millennial musical that reinvents the Moses story for women of color thrust into positions of power, told with Bible-fan-fiction vibes, ...
  • Thu Apr 25 - Sat Apr 27

    Theatre Performance: NATASHA, PIERRE & THE GREAT COMET OF 1812

    Natasha, Pierre & the Great Comet of 1812 By Dave Malloy Directed by Jessica Pearson-Blyer Writer and composer Dave Malloy describes his musical Natasha, Pierre & the Great Comet of 1812 as an “electropop opera” that combines elements of rock, EDM, Russian Folk, and classical music with a healthy dose of old-school ...
  • Fri May 03 - Sat May 04

    Dance Performance: Spring PACHEDU

    Join us for a reprise of our Fall (all) ensembles performance. This year the students and faculty will examine how we present performances as a collective of movement and storytelling practitioners. Please join us to support our explorations of how we present a year’s worth of work! Artistic Program ...
  • Fri May 10

    Dance 220: Dancing with the Hips, Butt, and Pelvis Dance Party

    Students from the DHBP course will develop and host a dance party during the final week of the semester. The goal of the dance party is to explore themes in the DHBP course through an embodied and communal celebratory experience. Through collaborations with art and music students as well as ...

 

  • CenterSeries

    Queering Perspectives Festival: YOUR SEXTS ARE SHIT: OLDER BETTER LETTERS

    Your Sexts Are Shit: Older Better Letters is an intimate, funny, filthy, and moving solo show from Rachel Mars that triangulates the sex and love letters of long-dead artists, contemporary sexts, and a meditation on the construction of the queer female body. Come! Take pleasure in James Joyce’s passion ...
  • CenterSeries

    Queering Festival Community Lunch - Closing Weekend

    To celebrate the Festival closing weekend, please join us for a community lunch in the '62 Center's MainStage lobby at 12 PM. Meet Festival artists Rachel Mars, Salty Brine, and their artistic teams. Gluten-free and vegan options will be available. Please email Corissa Bryant with questions. Free. All are welcome!
  • CenterSeries

    Queering Perspectives Festival: BIGMOUTH STRIKES AGAIN (THE SMITHS SHOW)

    Cabaret artist, writer, and performer Salty Brine weaves iconic, popular albums with major cultural touchstones from classic literature, history and beyond. In Bigmouth Strikes Again: The Smiths Show Salty ventures into the dark and disturbed, weaving Frankenstein and the historical context of Mary Shelley’s writing around The Smiths’ post-punk, ...
  • Dance Department

    Performance: Bangladeshi transgender performer Tashnuva Anan

    Please join the Dacne Department for an evening of poetry and performance with Bangladeshi transgender performer Tashnuva Anan. Tashnuva Anan Shishir is a Bangladeshi Transgender Rights Activist, Model, Actress & News Anchor Who Became Bangladesh's First Openly Transgender News Anchor on March 8, 2021.
  • CenterSeries

    Creative Residency: Michelle "Micha" J. Rodriguez '12, PRESENCIA

    What would you do if you were gifted a succulent plant that bursts into flames, speaks to you, and calls you to be a leader? Presencia is a devastatingly funny millennial musical that reinvents the Moses story for women of color thrust into positions of power, told with Bible-fan-fiction vibes, ...
  • Theatre Department

    Theatre Performance: NATASHA, PIERRE & THE GREAT COMET OF 1812

    Natasha, Pierre & the Great Comet of 1812 By Dave Malloy Directed by Jessica Pearson-Blyer Writer and composer Dave Malloy describes his musical Natasha, Pierre & the Great Comet of 1812 as an “electropop opera” that combines elements of rock, EDM, Russian Folk, and classical music with a healthy dose of old-school ...
  • Dance Department

    Dance Performance: Spring PACHEDU

    Join us for a reprise of our Fall (all) ensembles performance. This year the students and faculty will examine how we present performances as a collective of movement and storytelling practitioners. Please join us to support our explorations of how we present a year’s worth of work! Artistic Program ...
  • Dance Department

    Dance 220: Dancing with the Hips, Butt, and Pelvis Dance Party

    Students from the DHBP course will develop and host a dance party during the final week of the semester. The goal of the dance party is to explore themes in the DHBP course through an embodied and communal celebratory experience. Through collaborations with art and music students as well as ...