Friday, February 14, 2014
From the Pulitzer Prize-winning play by Harper Lee, adapted by Christopher Sergel
Set in Alabama during the Great Depression, this classic story is brought to life on stage with its powerful lessons of tolerance, justice, and quiet heroism. Directed by Anamarie Dwyer.
Feb 14-15-16, 19-20-21-22-23, 2014. Curtaintimes 7:30pm except Sundays at 2pm. Very limited late seating. ASL interpreting on Friday, Feb 21.
Tickets and info (818) 677-2488
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
This Valentine's evening the renowned Moscow Festival Ballet brings two of the most romantic classical works to the Valley Performing Arts Center. Often described as a "romantic reverie," Chopiniana portrays a dream-world where ballerinas bathed in moonlight dance around a young poet. The enchanting oeuvre is realized through the music of Chopin and the choreography of Mikhail Fokine. Shakespeare's tragic love story is beautifully danced to Tchaikovsky's majestic score and illuminated with brilliant choreography and radiant costumes in the grand tradition of Russian ballet.