Arts & Ideas presents lively offerings
February 11, 2002
Concerts, lectures, symposia, films, performing arts, and fine-art exhibitions are among the cultural offerings of the College’s Arts & Ideas program. The spring program, which appears in its entirety at www.lclark.edu/org/artslive, includes:
Angels in America: Millennium Approaches by Tony Kushner: Thurs. to Sat., March 14-16, 7:30 p.m., Fir Acres Theatre, Main Stage. A Pulitzer Prize–winning play, Angels in America focuses on the web of AIDS, personal relationships, individual beliefs, and life-changing decisions about sexuality and political allegiances. Tickets: $8 general; $5 senior citizens, Lewis & Clark alumni, staff, and non–Lewis & Clark students.
Reflections on the Terezin Experience: Matthew Levinger, associate professor of history, and Murry Sidlin, resident conductor of the Oregon Symphony. Thurs., April 18, 7:30 p.m., Agnes Flanagan Chapel. This presentation addresses Terezin, the Nazi “show camp” near Prague that was a prison for nearly 400 scholars and artists for more than three years.
Lewis & Clark Percussion Ensemble with Portland State University Percussion Ensemble: Sat., April 20, 8 p.m., Evans Music Center, Evans Auditorium. This special program includes John Cage’s Amores for piano and percussion, as well as a rare large-scale performance of Terry Riley’s In C, a landmark minimalist composition. Free, open to the public.
Spring Dance Concert: Thurs. to Sat., April 25-27, 7:30 p.m., Fir Acres Theatre, Main Stage. This concert features works choreographed by Susan E. Davis, lecturer in theatre and program head of dance, and guest artists Greg Bielemeier, Michelle Ainza, and Suna Hall ’00. Original music composed by percussionist Rob Lewis. $8 general; $5 senior citizens, Lewis & Clark alumni, staff, and non–Lewis & Clark students.