From Lindsay Schapiro ’14:
We enter the home and mind of Bruce Springsteen as he rises to international super-stardom in the 1980s. Except he may not really be Bruce Springsteen. And this may never have happened.
We are looking for actors, singers, visual artists, filmmakers, drunk concert-goers, clothing designers, experts in American, Sexuality, Race, Epic Theater Studies, and of course 1980’s Aficionados welcome.
This show dabbles in the immersive and experimental realms so all talent is encouraged.
An invitation from Chelsie Green ’14:
Did you know that a fairly large sum is given to Concert Committee every year for any student to book a concert? Are you interested in booking a concert but don’t know how to? Come see us this Friday at 5pm in PAC 001!
Date: Friday, January 24 (tomorrow!)
Time: 5:00 pm – 6:00 pm
Place: PAC rm. 001
The deadline on this one is today, so act fast! From CFA Project Manager Erinn Roos-Brown:
The Assembly Theater Project will lead a three-part interdisciplinary workshop examining the nature of class and poverty in the US through research, personal monologues and physical actions. The mission of the workshop is to increase empathy and understanding by humanizing and embodying class divisions.
An exciting opportunity from Yiyang Wang ’15:
Be The Art is an exhibition in Zilkha Gallery that showcases artwork created by students of color. The opening reception is on February 20th and we need your work by February 1st (preferably asap)! This year, we’re accepting photos, paintings, drawings, sculptures, music, and videos so if you or anyone you know is interested, fill out this googledoc.
“Be the art you wish to see in the world” – Gandhi definitely said this
Date: NOW until February 1st, 2014
Place: the google
Cost: absolutely nothing
From Ethan Hill ’16:
Everyone’s favorite bearded weirdo R. STEVIE MOORE returns to Eclectic for the first concert of the semester! At 62, this legend has released over 400 albums and still writes the catchiest of songs.
Stamford, CT rock n roll knuckleheads JACQUES LE COQUE are opening!
DON’T MISS THIS EVENING OF WEIRD
THURSDAY // ECLECTIC // 10PM
Date: January 23rd, 2014
Time: 10:00PM – 12:00 AM
1996. Canada/UK. Dir: David Cronenberg. With James Spader. 100 min.
A TV director is irresistibly drawn towards the erotic, “fertilizing” potential of car accidents, and discovers that scars and burning metal are a good way to spice up a marriage. This is weirdo Cronenberg at his lurid best: turning what should be horrifying into something intensely alluring.
Tonight. 8pm. Goldsmith Family Cinema. Free.