2015. Guatemala/France. Dir: Jayro Bustamante. With María Mercedes Coroy. 100 min.
On the slopes of an active volcano, modernity and ritual collide. Young María works the coffee plantation, goes along with the preparations for her arranged marriage, and dreams of the United States beyond the volcano. Her circumstances provide no room for change, until an unexpected pregnancy complicates matters…
Calling all singers, actors, drag queens, rocks stars, and musical queers! This is a 2 actor rock musical/concert, and we need your help to bring its gender-bending-glam-rock glory to life!
Hedwig and the Angry Inch is a 2 person rock musical which takes place entirely at Hedwig’s (and her band, The Angry Inch’s) concert. It’s beautiful, sexy, fun, punk, glam, and everything in between. Written by a Wes alum :o Stephen Trask ’89 and John Cameron Mitchell, this little show has some big ideas about theatricality, gender, pop, punk, rock, and roll, and we want YOU to come audition for it! WHAT WE’D LIKE FROM YOU:
-16-32 bars of a rock song of your choice!
-An optional 1-2 minute monologue of your choice (sides will be provided)
-A little familiarity with the show–literally just skim the wikipedia.
SIGN UP FOR A TIME:
Walk ins are welcome too, you may just have to wait a second longer. Sign up for a slot here.
***THIS SHOW IS GOING UP AS A WINTER INTENSIVE. WE WILL REHEARSE OVER WINTER BREAK (not all of it, don’t worry) AND PUT IT UP WHEN WE GET BACK TO SCHOOL NEXT SEMESTER***
If you have questions, comments, concerns, or jokes, please direct them to: Maia Golden – mnellessager[at]wesleyan[dot]edu Cheyanne Williams ’17 – ctwilliams[at]wes Chloe Briskin ’18 – cbriskin[at]wes Simon Korn ’18 – skorn[at]wes Nola Werlinich ’17 – nwerlinich[at]wes
Yours in aesthetic solidarity.
Date: Friday and Saturday, October 14-15 Time: 5-7PM and 4-6PM respectively Where: Boger Hall Room 114
Are you interested in philosophy, but put off by the lack of representation in your classes? Do you wish there was more of a sense of community among students in the department? Are your friends tired of hearing you talk about theory too much? Come check out this new student group!
This is the official first meeting of SOPHIA! Finally, an intellectual organization dedicated to diversity and the de-mystification of Philosophy across ALL cultures. We will discuss the organizations goals and what to expect moving forward. This will be a casual social event. Food and refreshments with be provided. See you there!
Date: Tomorrow, Friday, October 14 Time: 4:30-6PM Place: Vanguard Lounge, Center for African American Studies (343 High St.)