2017. Canada/Spain. Dir: Nacho Vigalondo. With Anne Hathaway. 110 min.
After her boyfriend evicts her over her alcoholism, Hathaway returns to her childhood home and falls back into damaging patterns with an old friend. Concurrently – perhaps relatedly? – a giant monster appears to be destroying Seoul, South Korea. Hathaway must consider whether her bad behavior is affecting more than herself in this Kaufman-esque kaiju fable about toxic relationships.
This religious service, led by A. V. Srinivasan, marks the most auspicious day of the year for beginning new endeavors. The audience may participate and bring instruments, manuscripts, and other items for blessing.
Date: Saturday, September 30th Time: 5PM Location: World Music Hall
Mallika Sarabhai and three dancers from India’s Darpana Academy of Performing Arts perform “Nataraja Vandanam: Love Songs to Shiva,” choreographed by Ms. Sarabhai and her mother Mrinalini Sarabhai. In the work, the nayikas (heroines) journey through a wide range of emotions in their joyous, rhythmic celebration of Shiva, one of the principal Hindu deities.
Date: Today! Friday, September 29th Time: 8PM Location: Crowell Concert Hall Cost: $28 general public; $26 senior citizens, Wesleyan faculty/staff/alumni, non-Wesleyan students; $6 Wesleyan students, youth under 18