Category Archives: Events

Molly Rocket & The Crooks and Robert’s Don @ 200 Church


From Molly Balsam ’14:

Some of you have seen us once, and have been craving more ever since. Others have never seen us, and you don’t know what da fux you’re missing. But it’s officially official, MOLLY ROCKET & THE CROOKS ARE BACK! Come Rock Out. Come Dance. Come Bounce Your Faces Off. There might be free Taco Bell…

Molly Rocket & The Crooks is:

Molly Balsam ’14: Lead vocals and Piano
Lindsay Shapiro ’14: Back up vocals and harmonica
Ian Anderson ’14: Guitar
Matt Gross ’15: Guitar
Robby Caplan ’14: Bass
Henry Peterson ’14: Tenor Sax
Atticus Swartwood ’14: Drums

Pan-Romance Carnival Celebration


From Andrea Ballanti GRAD:

Spring is coming… but also that hard time of the year, full of assignments, tests, and exams. We need some fun… so, we re-scheduled the Pan-Romance Carnival Celebration! You’ll have music, food, costumes, prizes, and fun. Open to all current students of Italian, French, Spanish & Portuguese. Costume required.

Date: Sunday, February 24th
Time: 4-6 pm
Place: RLL Lounge – 300, High Street
Cost: Costume up

War for February: A Staged Reading

War For February PosterStage Manager of the Year candidate Hannah Rimm ’15 writes in with an appropriately-titled play.  Because the month we are in is also in the name of the show:

Come see a staged reading of War For February, a new play by Tess Jonas ’15.

Directed by Sivan Battat ’15
Stage Managed by Hannah Rimm ’15

Cast: Eva Ravenal ’15Grace Nix ’15, Helen Handelman ’16Matt Krakaur ’14Roxie Pell ’15Sarah Woolf  ’16, and Zach Libresco ’13.

Special credit to Gabe Gordon ’15 and Mel Hsu ’13.

Friday February 22 and Saturday February 23, 8 p.m., Fayerweather Theater Studio.

Seating is limited and this performance is NOT ticketed so arrive
early to get seats!

Date: Tonight, Feb. 22, and Feb. 23
Time: 8 p.m.
Place: Fayerweather 106

The New School, Siren, and Sky Bars at BuHo


From Raechel Rosen ’15:

Come check out all these poppin bands with sassy female singers!!!

THE NEW SCHOOL: Wesleyan’s newest hip-hop group, a fusion of contemporary jazz harmonies with classic backbeat grooves and fresh phrase logics.

SIREN: AKA The Bee Gees

SKY BARS: Let me be your stimulation
I could be your occupation
Work you like a 9 to 5
Plus put it that over time

Date: Tonight, Feb 22
Time: 10 p.m.-1 a.m.
Place: Buddhist House
Cost: Free
FB event.

Film Series: No Country for Old Men

2007. USA. Dir: Ethan & Joel Coen. With Javier Bardem. 122 min.

A stalwart hunter tries to make off with a million dollars in cash, but finds himself trailed by a mop-headed, bolt gun-wielding hitman – one terrifying force of nature who is definitely not your “friendo.” The Coens’ tense, nihilistic modern Western provides a good approximation of staring death in the eyes (and poorly coiffed hair).
Tonight. 8pm. Goldsmith Family Cinema. $5.