From Michael Steves ’13, who it seems you may or may not consider God:
Come audition for Heaven*, a new play produced by Second Stage! The play is a comedy about a hopelessly average old woman’s journey through an afterlife in which she gets to relive one moment of her life as it was, relive one moment with the ability to change it, and finally must audition to get into Heaven (in a process that resembles a particularly superficial version of American Idol).
Auditions will be held from 2-5pm Saturday and Sunday from 2:30-6pm. No preparation is necessary- just show up ready to read a few scenes.
The show goes up the weekend of October 29th.
- Date: Sept. 10
- Time: 2:00 PM – 5:00 PM
- Place: Saturday will be in the CFA Theater and Dance Studios East Room,
- Date: Sept 11
- Time: 2:30 PM – 6:00 PM
- Place: Theater Studio Jones Room
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Lindsey Grimes ’12 and the rest of the Alpha Delt hooligans offers up a safe, wholesome, family-friendly alternative to being productive this Sunday:
Didn’t get enough board games on Friday at Well Being House? Want to release tension by whomping people at Monopoly? Avoid your homework this Sunday afternoon and come play board games in ADP’s living room! Noms provided.
Date: Sunday, Sept. 11
Time: 1 – 3:00 PM
Place: Alpha Delt Living Room
Interested in running sound for events and shows around campus and getting paid? Join the sound coop, a student run team of sound engineers!
They’re having a training session at Eclectic on Sunday at 2pm for all those interested. In the past, students ran sound for bands like Beach House, Bear Hands, Japanther, Xiu Xiu and tons of student bands and events. The training session will teach you all the basics and will go into advanced techniques and equipment use for those who choose to stick around.
Email Sam Long ’12 (email@example.com) or Jordan Lewis ’12 (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you want to attend.
- Date: Sunday, September 11th
- Time: 2pm
- Place: Eclectic
Fresh after the mind-blowing AEPaint Party at 200 Church during WesFest, the boys of AEPi bring you AEPirates. So come dressed up as a swashbuckling pirate, and get ready to rave.
ALL THOSE DRESSED IN PIRATE ATTIRE WILL GET FREE EYEPATCHES AT THE DOOR
10:30 – 11:30 – J666n
11:30-12:15 – Dubbstep
12:15- end – Nephesh
We will be checking WesIDs at the door.
Date: Sept. 10 – Sept. 11
Time: 10:30 PM – 12:00 AM
Place: 200 Church
Calling all politics junkies! If you love talking about American politics (and who doesn’t?), come join us on Mondays in Allbritton. Each weekend, Prof. Brian Glenn of the Government Department will select a newspaper article, and from roughly 2:05 to 2:45pm each Monday, we will get together and discuss the reading. It doesn’t matter what your major is, you don’t have to talk or know anything about politics, and no one’s taking attendance.
Email: lyris(at)lyris(dot)wesleyan(d0t)edu. In the subject heading type the following: subscribe americanpolitics-discussion-group-l. Shortly after you will receive a confirmation email, click on the link, and sometime late on Sunday, you will receive an email with links to the article(s) we will discuss on Monday.
Date: Sept. 12
Time: 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM
Place: Allbritton 311 (that’s the room at the very top)
Exciting news: the Writing Workshop officially opens this Sunday, September 11! Come discuss your writing with trained tutors who will work with you one-on-one.
Drop-in Hours: Drop by with your work, no appointment necessary!
Sundays – Thursdays, 7-11 p.m. in Olin 106
By Appointment: Click on the “Writing Workshop” link in your e-Portfolio to sign up
Sunday – Thursday, 7-11 p.m. in Shapiro 306 (third floor of Allbritton)
Sunday – Thursday, 7-11 p.m. in SciLi 77
Monday – Thursday, 1-4 p.m. in Shapiro 306 (third floor of Allbritton)
Stay tuned for a list of tutor names and majors, to be released shortly. For more information, go to the Writing Workshop website, email email@example.com, or call 860.685.2440.
Also, make sure to check out this Wesleyan Writing Blog post for some ideas on what to bring to the workshop if you don’t have papers due yet!
After tonight’s U.S. premiere performance of à elle vide in the Patricelli ’92 Theater by the young Italian experimental theater company Dewey Dell, there will be a dance party for the audience featuring a live performance by Black Fanfare.
DJ and composer Demetrio Castellucci explores electronic music and tribal sounds, featuring Dewey Dell soundtracks and other original selections.
à elle vide is a twenty-minute work that focuses on the void between two characters, the red Rooster and the white Scorpion, featuring rhythmic movement set to haunting electronic music. Watch a clip on YouTube past the jump.