Come take a break from studying or procrastinating and join Waiting In Line for their final concert. BYO cocktails to sip on while they serenade you with songs that will make you squeal.
But what makes this show so special is that it is their last performance of the year, and the last show with Joe Newman ’09 and Carmen Melillo ’09, two wonderful (and sexy) men. So, fix yourselves some cocktails, enjoy them while comfortably sitting in the seats, of PAC, and watch their spectacular extravaganza unfold.
Date: Wednesday, May 13
Time: 8:00 PM
Place: PAC 001
Here is last year’s trailer to get you pumped for the madness:
Four site-specific adaptations of Heiner Mueller’s eight-line “Heart Play” in the CFA Courtyard.
Coordinated by Annie Paladino ’09 and Rachel Silverman ’09.
Directed by Emma Sherr-Ziarko ’11, Ben Vigus ’11, Liz Valentin ’11, Ben Bernstein ’10, Dakota Gardner ’11, Arie Levine ’11, Samantha Joy Pearlman ’11 and David Thompson ’11.
Thursday, April 30 – 8 PM
Friday, May 1 – 8 PM
Saturday, May 2 – 3 and 8 PM
No tickets — just show up a little bit early in the CFA Courtyard!
Come and let us lay our heartz at your feet!
A Night of Wesleyan Jazz: Jazz Orchestra and Jazz Ensemble
Friday, April 24th, 8pm in Crowell Concert Hall, Free Admission
The Wesleyan Jazz Orchestra, directed by Jay Hoggard, and The Wesleyan Jazz Ensemble, directed by Noah Baerman, perform an exciting program of classic jazz compositions.
Dedicated to the memory of David Harris ’08.
Dr. Lonnie Smith Trio: Master of the Jazz Organ, Also featuring the Wesleyan Jazz Orchestra.
Saturday, April 25th, 8pm in Crowell Concert Hall, $6 Dollars for Wesleyan Students
Dr. Lonnie Smith is a master of the jazz organ, commanding a worldwide fan-base, and is considered a forefather of acid jazz. He has played with the likes of Dizzy Gillespie, Grover Washington, Lou Donaldson, and many other jazz greats. Smith has recorded on over 70 albums, including tribute albums to Hendrix and Coltrane. Co-sponsored by the Office of Affirmative Action, Office of Diversity and Strategic Partnerships, and Music Department.
A Senior Essay by Kallie Larkin ’09 Gone Haywire.
This Thursday-Saturday, 5 Pm.
WHERE: CFA Cinema.
WHAT: a remembering a protest an inquiry a general confusion into how we tell a story of violence into how we read the newspaper into my spine against yours into fracture into how we can pay homage to you to me to the numbers to the unnamed
there will be a talkback after each hour long performance. please show up a few minutes early as seating is limited…
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Want to stay on campus for senior week? Want to earn money?
Work for Reunion & Commencement, May 21st-24th!
University Relations is now accepting applications for student workers. You can apply through midnight, THIS FRIDAY, April 10th.
Work for registration and event prep, drive a shuttle, or spend all day playing with kids as a Camp Cardinal counselor!
Apply at http://www.wesleyan.edu/rc/2009/students.
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Come break it down at CLUB SEOUL with New York’s DJ NAK for a bumpin’ night of hot hip-hop jams with a kick of Korean club music. There will be vocal and dance performances at midnight. Refreshments will be served. Come dressed to impress: no shirt, flip-flops, shorts or no entrance. This event is sponsored by the KSA.
Date: Friday, April 3
Time: 10:00 PM
Place: 200 Church
Cost: $3 in advance, $4 at the door
Come audition for Heart Playz, four site-specific interpretations of Heiner Muller’s eight-line play, to be shown during the weekend of May 2.
No preparation is necessary, and no experience is needed. Just wear comfy clothes. Auditions will be in groups of four, and there will be warm-up and improvisation with given objects. Bring a handheld instrument if you play one. Please sign up on the call board in the Theater Studios.
Date: Saturday, April 4
Time: 11:00 AM – 2:00 PM
Date: Sunday, April 5
Time: 11:00 AM – 2:00 PM
Place: Jones Room