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To an audience that might refer to college as the “good ole days,” Jim
Hightower, political radio commentator, spoke on behalf of the WFHB
Faceless, overstuffed white dolls laid upon crumpled silver Mylar while pink papier-mâché hearts spun overhead.
Wedow and the orchestra were preparing for the upcoming performances of
Xerxes, an opera by George Frideric Handel debuting at IU this weekend.
IU Theatre will travel back to the 20th century when the theater debuts its latest production, “Intimate Apparel.”The show begins its run at 7:30 p.m. Friday and concludes Feb. 9.
Since Friday, IU Theatre’s “Intimate Apparel” has transformed the
Wells-Metz Theatre in the Neal-Marshall Black Culture Center into
early-1900s Lower Manhattan.
At 8:13 p.m., the comedians cleared their throats and entered the room.
Theme Harry and the Potters played Rachael’s Café as part of its Valentine’s Day celebration.
Urban acrobatics show “Traces” will bring its fusion of circus and
street performance to the IU Auditorium for the first time 7:30 p.m.
Friday and Saturday.
On Friday and Saturday, Traces, a spectacle performance show, took over the IU Auditorium with its high-flying circus show.
Sex Salon starts sex talks throughout town, beginning at the Bishop bar Sunday night.
Opening over the land of ancient Egypt, the audience will be introduced
Friday to the story of Akhnaten, the pharaoh who worshipped the sun.
The Department of Theater and Drama’s production of “The School for
Scandal” began its residency at the Ruth N. Halls Theatre on Friday.
Macklemore and Ryan Lewis are headed to Assembly Hall for the official Little 500 concert April 17, presented by Union Board.
The opening band Thee Open Sex played to a large crowd at The Bishop Bar,
setting the tone for main act Jacco Gardner and second opener The
“At First Sight: A Repertory of New Plays” will debut Friday at
the Wells-Metz Theatre, featuring plays written by students
Kelly Lusk and Nathan Alan Davis.
"(a love story)” and “Dontrell, Who Kissed the Sea" premiered this weekend at the Wells-Metz Theatre.
Two plays premiered Friday and Saturday night at the Wells-Metz Theatre that were
part of “At First Sight: A Repertory of New Plays,” which correlates
with the revival of IU’s MFA playwriting program.
Each year, the IU Office of Disability Services for Students plans an
event in March in recognition of Disability Awareness Month. Originally
scheduled for March 26, the event was postponed because of inclement
weather. This year, they have organized a concert from 2-5 p.m. April 14
in Dunn Meadow.
Country music singer-songwriter Willie Nelson returns to the IU
Auditorium at 7:30 p.m. Saturday. Fellow singer-songwriter Pegi Young
and her band, the Survivors, will open for Nelson.
WIUX and Business Careers in Entertainment Club combined to host Culture Shock Music Festival on Saturday.