Category Archives: Events

Andrew Fisher Comedy Show

homeFrom Olivia Chavez ’15:

Born deaf and hilarious, Andrew Fisher has put his unique perspective to work as one of the most captivating comedians on the New York scene.

Though it may seem unexpected for all audiences to be able to enjoy jokes told in American Sign Language, Sean Kelly, editor of National Lampoon magazine and former writer for SNL, has lauded Andrew’s ability to take advantage of his disconnect with the audience. Through a combination of flawlessly physical comedy and expertly timed delivery, Andrew will make you rethink everything you think you know about what makes comedy work.

Sponsored by Sign Language House and Wesleyan Students for Disability Rights.

Date: Saturday, April 5 — today!
Time: 8-9 PM (also practically right now!)
Place: CFA Hall

Ono’s It’s Not Winter Anymore Concert

beeonomatopoeiathumbFrom Avery Peyton ’15:

Oh my goddddd it’s happeningggggg!

This Saturday we’ll be throwing down some hot new jamz in Exley. Come help us welcome back our missing friends who were abroad last semester and listen to our boss lady voices.

It’s gonna bomb I’m so freakin’ excited.

Date: Saturday, April 5
Time: 8-8:45 PM (practically right now)
Place: Exley Lobby

Seiho, Magical Mistakes, And Vice Versa


A very unique concert experience for your Saturday night:

A new generation of artists have come together to create a thriving music community in Osaka, Japan. Now, they’re coming to America.

If you feel like today’s electronic music is hitting a period of inertia, it’s time to widen your borders and get moving again. Here is a chance to get acquainted with the innovative, thrilling, and always challenging sounds coming from one of the world’s most exciting new cultural scenes.

A liaison between Osaka and the rest of the world, Erik aka Magical Mistakes was first inspired by Osaka’s music scene as a student a resolved to move there. His newest productions are bridging the gaps between the rhythms of the club and the more introspective spaces found in nature.

Seiho takes his formal training in jazz, influence from the creative mecca that is Los Angeles, and all that has been labeled ‘post-dub-step’ and melds together a truly unique brand of funky dance music.

As a producer, And Vice Versa’s newest works are serious, sharp, calculated lo-fi techno freakouts. A perfect way to bring in the early hours of the AM.

Date: tonight — Saturday, April 5
Time: 10 PM – 1 AM
Place: Eclectic
Cost: free w/ Wes ID

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Senior Recital: Richard Choe

You’re invited to a senior music recital by the amazing Richard Choe ’14! Come hear the premiere of Richard’s Symphonic Rhapsody, performed by a full symphony orchestra of friends and musicians from Wesleyan and the Middletown community.

Date: Sunday, April 6
Time: 3:00 PM
Place: Crowell Concert Hall (CFA)
Facebook: EVENT PAGE

5 Rhythms Workshop

From Becky Schisler ’14:

Join us for a transformative dance experience!
The 5Rhythms® is a dynamic movement-based practice developed by Gabrielle Roth. Dance, spontaneous and original within every body, is the medium and the medicine in the 5Rhythms® practice. There are no right or wrong moves, no choreography or steps. Curiosity, willingness to move, water bottle, bare feet or light dance shoes are all that is required. The rest is up to the dance. The 5Rhythms® practice is designed for everybody, regardless of age, shape or experience. Dress to sweat!
Daniela Peltekova is a certified 5Rhythms® teacher based in New York City. With warmth, poetic artistry and compassion, Daniela facilitates powerful space for movement and transformation. She comes originally from Bulgaria where the land holds ancient traditions of deep wisdom and spirituality.
Read more about the 5 Rhythms here.
This event is hosted by WesBAM! Wesleyan Body and Mind

Date: Saturday, April 5th – today!
Time: 4:00 PM – 6:00 PM
Place: Cross St Dance Studio (160 Cross St, across from Freeman Athletic Center)
Cost: Free!

Film Series: “George Kuchar’s Clean & Dirty Shorts”

A program of experimental films, 1959-1973. Approximately 42 min.

Curated from others’ work by the late Kuchar – an artist known for his earnest embrace of camp and DIY creativity – these six very short films reflect a love of the craft of filmmaking expressed through humorous uses of the medium and viscerally novel, stunning, and lurid imagery.

Tonight / 8 p.m. / Goldsmith Family Cinema / Free