Comedian Tom Mabe performs Monday evening at Bear's Place. This year marked the 26th year of the Comedy Caravan at Bear's Place, making it the longest running comedy series in America.
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Michelle Shocked performs Saturday evening at the Buskirk Chumley Theater. Shoked's stage featured a painting of Audrey Hepburn in the background. and in between songs called the painter to talk to him about it, but got his voice mail the first time.
Director of the Singing Hoosiers Michael Schwartzkopf conducts the Singing Hoosiers during practice Wednesday afternoon at the Music Annex. The Singing Hoosiers were invited to sing during the Inauguration events of Barack Obama in Washington D.C. next week.
Dancers perform while the orchestra plays during "The Community of Dance" dress rehearsals Thursday evening at Ruth N. Halls Theatre. The performance features performances by various groups from the Jacob's School and the Theatre department, as well as works from faculty in various departments from IU.
Illusionist BJ Harris levitates a table Saturday afternoon at the Buskirk Chumley Theater. Harris wowed the audience with tricks to entertain, as well as some classics to amaze.
Straight No Chaser performs Friday evening at the IU Auditorium.
Straight No Chaser performs Friday evening at the IU Auditorium. Recently, the original members from the late '90s received a record label, forcing the current group on campus to change its name to Indiana University Straight No Chaser.
Patricia Lockwood, live-in house mom of the Sigma Phi Epsilon, right, sits and talks with sophomore Cory Mason on Wednesday afternoon at the Sigma Phi Epsilon house. Lockwood spends time talking with the men in the house, many of whom admit sneaking Tootisie Pops from the bowl next to her door.
Chris Pickrell • IDS Conductor Stephen W. Pratt presents The Wind Ensemble to the crowd Wednesday evening at the IU Auditorium. The Annual Chimes of Christmas featured performances by The Wind Ensemble, The Singing Hoosiers, the Vocal Jazz Ensemble and the Indiana University Trombone Choir.
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Top right: Keith McCutchen, director of the African American Choral Ensemble, plays the keyboard during the ceremony.
Bottom right: Keith McCutchen and Fareed Mahluli play during the event.