Friday, October 25, 2013
DIE FLEDERMAUS by Joann Strauss II, from a German libretto by Karl Haffner and Richard Genee
The Waltz King's madcap masterpiece offers a rousing evening of mistaken identities, flirtations, and light-hearted deceit. This delightful Viennese farce is filled with effervescent melodies, lilting waltzes, and a rollicking tribute to champagne. Directed by Eli Villanueva, musical direction by John Roscigno, choreography by J'aime Morrison. Sung in English
Four performances only: Oct 25-26, Nov 2-3 NOTE CURTAIN TIMES: Fri-Sat 7:30pm, final Sun 2pm
Tuesday, September 17 - Friday, July 25 All Day - Oviatt Library, Tseng Gallery
Collective social action movements, whether spontaneous expressions of dissent or high-reaching attempts to change society, have been a part of American life since the nation's earliest days. Protest actions, in the form of boycotts, demonstrations, riots, property destruction, occupations, labor strikes, local activism, or works of art, have spanned the political spectrum, defined generations, and shaped our uniquely American identity.
We invite you to view items from the Oviatt Library's Special Collections and Archives that document dozens of distinct and significant social action movements over the course of the 20th century
11:00 am - 12:30 pm - Sierra Hall, Room 120
The Department of Geography - Departmental Lecture Series presents
Careers in Georgaphy: Spotlight on the U.S. Census Bureau
A special presentation by
Tom Loo, United States Census Bureau. Tom is the Program Coordinator for the Census Bureau's National Advisory Committee on Racial, Ethnic, and other Populations.