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February 26, 2017

The Kitchen

Cultures clash, expletives fly, knives are thrown, crockery is broken: War zones aren't called theaters for nothing. Arnold Wesker's 1957 slice-of-life drama The Kitchen draws battle lines...
March 2, 2017

The Kitchen

Cultures clash, expletives fly, knives are thrown, crockery is broken: War zones aren't called theaters for nothing. Arnold Wesker's 1957 slice-of-life drama The Kitchen draws battle lines...
March 3, 2017

FRIT Salon

FRIT Salon: “The Louisianification of the French Immersion Classroom in the State of Louisiana: How Can It Be Done?” C. Brian Barnett, Director of Language Instruction in French &...
March 3, 2017

Cruising Foucault

Please join us for a talk by Samuel Galloway, PhD Student at University of Chicago. ​The talk will be followed by a screening of William Friedkin's Cruising​. Samuel Galloway is a graduate...
March 3, 2017

Agamemnon

The University of Minnesota / Guthrie Theatre BFA Actor Training Program class of 2018 presents Agamemnon, directed by Markell Kiefer and adapted from Robert Lowell translations...
March 3, 2017

The Kitchen

Cultures clash, expletives fly, knives are thrown, crockery is broken: War zones aren't called theaters for nothing. Arnold Wesker's 1957 slice-of-life drama The Kitchen draws battle lines...
March 5, 2017

Agamemnon

The University of Minnesota / Guthrie Theatre BFA Actor Training Program class of 2018 presents Agamemnon, directed by Markell Kiefer, adapted from Robert Lowell translations. Performance...
March 5, 2017

The Kitchen

Cultures clash, expletives fly, knives are thrown, crockery is broken: War zones aren't called theaters for nothing. Arnold Wesker's 1957 slice-of-life drama The Kitchen draws battle lines...
March 5, 2017

Agamemnon

The University of Minnesota / Guthrie Theatre BFA Actor Training Program class of 2018 presents Agamemnon, directed by Markell Kiefer, adapted from Robert Lowell translations. Performance...
March 6, 2017

Big Questions

Our topic for this session of Big Questions will be: How can college campuses fight sexual violence effectively? Big Questions is a joint effort between the College of Liberal Arts (CLA)...
March 24, 2017

Power on the Page

Join regional writers, teachers, and publishers as we discuss the intersection of activism, politics, identity, and the written word. Featuring Tai Coleman, Jennifer Kwon Dobbs, Heid...
April 13, 2017 to April 23, 2017

The American Clock

In this brilliantly theatrical, kaleidoscopic study of the Great Depression in its early years, Arthur Miller's The American Clock stitches a fabric of short scenes played in vaudeville...
April 27, 2017

CELLOTONE

A cello extravaganza featuring students of Tanya Remenikova. This event is free and open to the public. Tickets are not necessary, seating is general admission and available on a first-come...
April 28, 2017

Bright Lights

Join us as we recognize CLA’s “Bright Lights.” We’ll celebrate the accomplishments of the college’s most exceptional undergraduate students. The program will showcase award-winning students...
April 29, 2017

Spring Fling

Featuring Campus Singers, Women’s Chorus and Men’s Chorus. Kathy Romey, Matthew Mehaffey, Katherine Chan, Amanda Weber and Ahmed Anzaldua conductors. This event is free and open to the...