Coming Up!   March 2013 
College of the Arts - Events Highlights

By the Dept. of Theatre and Dance

March 6, 7 and 8 • 7:30 p.m.
March 9 • 2 and 8 p.m.
By Peter Shaffer
Directed by Susan Kerner

Alexander Kasser Theater
Every seat: $15*

Intrigued by an account of a stable boy who blinded six horses, Peter Shaffer investigates the mystery of this brutal crime in his sensationally theatrical psychological thriller. Equus delves deeply into the psyche of the 17-year-old boy and his brilliant psychiatrist as playwright Shaffer explores society’s ideas of madness and normality, erotic passion, our human capacity for worship, and the compulsion for mediocrity to destroy genius.

 Please be advised: Production contains adult themes and content.
 March 5 • 7-10 p.m.
University Hall - Room 1040
Admission Free - Open to all
Walden Media specializes in entertainment for the whole family. Past award-winning films include The Chronicles of Narnia, Journey to the Center of the Earth, Nim’s Island, Charlotte’s Web and the Sundance Audience Prize-winning documentary Waiting for Superman. Upcoming films include the family adventure Journey 2: The Mysterious Island, the drama Won’t Back Down, the Jay Moriarity biopic Of Men and Mavericks and the family comedy Parental Guidance.

Via Katlehong Dance (South Africa)
American Premiere - A Peak Commission

March 16 and 23 • 8 p.m.

March 17 and 24 • 3 p.m.
March 21 and 22 • 7:30 p.m.

Alexander Kasser Theater

Every seat: $15*
Directed by Siphiwe Nkosi
Hlengiwe Lushaba
Choreographed by
Vusi Mdoyi
Performed by Steven Faleni, Mandlenkosi Fanie, Vuyani Feni, Hlengiwe Lushaba, Vusi Mdoyi, Buru Mohlabane, Tshepo Nchabeleng, Siphiwe Nkosi, and Xolani Qwabe
South Africa’s Via Katlehong Dance likes to mix things up. Originally formed through an outreach program for youth during the Apartheid era, Via Katlehong’s high-energy style is an energetic brew of Pantsula (street dance) and Gumboot (rhythmic physical percussion). By combining the group’s powerhouse style with dynamite vocal performances of traditional folk music, a fresh and inventive look at modern South Africa is born.
Produced by Damien Valette Productions. Co-produced by Via Katlehong Dance, Peak Performances at Montclair State, Théâtre national de Chaillot, and Scéne nationale d'Orléans. Supported in part by an award from the National Endowment for the Arts.

*No charge for University-enrolled undergraduates

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March 19  • 2:30-4:20 p.m.
Calcia Hall C135     Admission Free
Pedro Barbeito  received his MFA from the Yale School of Painting and Sculpture in 1996 and has exhibited his work internationally for the past 14 years. Solo exhibition venues include Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum, Basilico Fine Arts and Lehmann Maupin Gallery in New York, Parra-Romero Gallery in Madrid, Charest-Weinberg Gallery in Miami, and Galerie Richard in Paris. Barbeito will discuss the various series of paintings he has been working on since 1996.
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Events for Prospective Students
March 8: Theatre Day
Campus Visits: Undergraduate l Graduate
George Segal Gallery - Web page
To April 21: Israel Bernbaum Painting His Story
Dept. of Art and Design - Web page
Art Forum/Art Talks...
March 5: Carol Salmanson, Light Sculpture / Installations
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______________ Dept. of Theatre and Dance - Web page March 6-9: Equus ______________   School of Communication and Media - Web page Film Forum... March 5: Jonas Thaler, SVP/Post production
School of Communication and Media
Film Forum...
March 5:
Jonas Thaler, SVP/Post production
Film Forum's Web page
Carpe Diem...
Current Carpe Diem episodes
Peak Performances - Web page
March 6-9: Equus
March 16-24 Katlehong Cabaret

Creative Research Center -
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Office of Education and Community Outreach -
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