A note from the director
The season is filled with world-class music, dance, theater, literature and visual art, presented by artists from a wide spectrum of cultural and creative backgrounds and perspectives. It is unique, eclectic and innovative programming designed to engage, entertain and inspire. You will not find programming like this anywhere else in the region.
- Robert A. Richter '82, Director of Arts Programming
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Guest Artist Series, Dance
David Dorfman Dance - "A(way) Out Of My Body"
Martha Myers Studio, College Center at Crozier-Williams
Friday, Feb. 7, 7:30 p.m. and Saturday, Feb. 8, 2 and 7:30 p.m.
Where do our minds and spirits travel when the weight of everyday life becomes an unbearable load to carry? “A(Way) Out of My Body,” investigates the out-of-body experience as related to intergenerational trauma, and the mental burden and physical impact of surviving personal adversity. David Dorfman and his company of dancers and musicians weave together a memorable evening of dance, live music, and theater, where audiences can explore and realize their own joyous capacity to overcome physical and societal limitations.
Tickets: $24; Seniors: $21; Students: $12 (General Admission)
Guest Artist Series, Music
A Far Cry, chamber orchestra
Friday, Feb. 14,
The Grammy-nominated self-conducted string orchestra A Far Cry returns to Connecticut College. The chamber orchestra has developed a distinct approach to music-making, with playing and programming that encourage risk-taking and exploration for both player and audience. The program for this concert, “Memory,” includes work by Arvo Pärt, W.A. Mozart, Edward Elgar and Pyotr Tchaikovsky.
Tickets: $26; Seniors: $23; Students: $13 (General Admission)
Guest Artist Series, Theater
L.A. Theatre Works - "Seven"
Tuesday March 31,
Susan Albert Loewenberg, Producing Director
“Seven” is a riveting documentary play by seven female writers based on personal interviews with seven remarkable women who faced life-threatening obstacles before bringing heroic changes to their home countries of Pakistan, Nigeria, Ireland, Afghanistan, Guatemala, Russia and Cambodia. “Seven” makes the powerful and timeless statement that even in the darkest times, one person, one voice, and a single act of courage, can change the lives of thousands.
Tickets: $22; Seniors: $20; Students: $11 (General Admission)