Influenced by artist Hanna Melnyczuk's work on children’s books, the images in this collection show her struggle to understand the unfathomable acts of war.
Platinum hit-makers Orleans, now celebrating 50 years of live performances, will take the stage at 7 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 30, while the Grammy-winning Mark O'Connor Duo performs at 7 p.m. Friday, Oct. 20.
The theaterLAB will establish an ADA-compliant incubator for student experiential learning and a venue for campus and community arts and humanities programs.
The program will include pop, musical theater, Renaissance, folk songs, spirituals, Baroque, R&B, and avant-garde selections.
Fred Plotkin, a popular expert on opera and everything relating to Italy, will serve as a virtual guide to this in-person evening dedicated to the special pleasures of Italian cheese and wine.
The play examines the extremes of human capacity: mercy against hatred, compassion against violence, and humanity against torture.
This high energy performance is a combination of all arts on one stage, combined with humor and interaction in a frenzy of movement and color.
The spring programming continues with a screening of the documentary film "Stracci" on March 16.
The exhibition, on display during the depths of a New England winter, is intended to provide a colorful oasis for students and visitors alike.
The funds will go toward the development of a “black box” theater to be constructed adjacent to the main theater building in the downtown performing arts center.