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Theatre & Dance

Senior I.S. Productions

The department of theatre and dance presents four nights of original performances by five theater and dance majors as part of their Senior Independent Study (Jackie Komos, George Myatt, Lindsay Phillips, Owen Reynolds, and Nina Takacs). Performance dates are divided upon two different sets of dates. Feb. 9, 11 – Jackie Komos, Lindsay Phillips and Owen Reynolds. Feb. 10, 12 – George Myatt and Nina Takacs. Tickets for reservations will be available for reservation on Monday, Jan. 31 at the Freedlander Box Office.

The Glass Menagerie

Tennessee William’s classic memory lay tells the story of the Wingfield family struggling for survival in 1937 St. Louis, Missouri. Abandoned by her husband 16 years before, Amanda finds herself and her children in the midst of the Great Depression experiencing a sting of failures that lead to the ultimate disappointment: a spinster daughter and a son who, like his father, escapes a life of reality for the enchantment of adventure. Tickets go on sale on Feb. 21 at the Freedlander Box Office; students receive one free complimentary ticket.

Spring Dance Concert

In the theatre and dance department’s most formal concert, the College of Wooster Dance Company will showcase the work of faculty and advanced student choreographers. In addition, this concert will feature a special guest artist from the world of modern dance. Tickets go on sale on April 4 at the Freedlander Box Office; students receive one free complimentary ticket.

Music

Jazz Ensemble concert

The College of Wooster Jazz Ensemble, under the direction of Jeffrey Lindberg, will present “A Tribute to Jaco Pastorius.” Ticket required for admission. Please contact Donna Reed (330-263-2419 or dreed@wooster.edu) to purchase tickets to reserve a seat.

Covers: Ladies Night

The Cover music craze is back this semester with “Ladies’ Night!” Don’t worry men, you are allowed attend too. Here’s what the theme is about: songs about girls – girls in general or one specific gal. The event is free and open to the public.

Scot Band Concert

The Scot Symphonic Band and Tri-County Honors Band will present a joint concert. Free and open to the general public.

Art Museum Exhibitions

1. Bridget Murphy Milligan

March 29 ñ May 16

Burton D. Morgan Gallery

A collection of work by Professor Bridget Murphy Milligan

2. Walter Zurko

March 29 ñ April 24

Sussel Gallery

A collection of work by Professor Walter Zurko

3. 2011 Senior Studio Art Group Independent Study Exhibition

April 29 ñ May 16, Sussel Gallery

Featuring original work for the Senior Independent Study projects by Feng-Ju Chien, Nina Dine, Austin Gifford, Adria Hankey-Brown, Nathanael Kooperkamp, Meredyth Lynn, Kathleen Mazzei, Nicholas Ouellette, Will Santino, Anna Sharpe, Taylor Lamborn and Hayet Rida.

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