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October 2010

Janet Marcavage Exhibition and Gallery Talk

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University of Puget Sound printmaker Janet Marcavage's new work uses patterned imagery and the repetitive process of printmaking to explore the routines and surroundings of everyday life. 

Read Janet Marcavage's biography and artist statement and visit Janet Marcavage's personal website.

Opening Reception on Oct. 13, 5-7pm - University Gallery, Ingram Hall
Gallery Talk on Nov. 2, 6pm - University Gallery, Ingram Hall

 


PLU Mainstage Theatre presents The Musical Comedy Murders of 1940

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An ingenious and wildly comic romp -- poking antic fun at the more ridiculous aspects of 'show biz' and the corny thrillers of Hollywood's heyday, this play is a nonstop barrage of laughter. 

The Musical Comedy Murders of 1940; by John Bishop; directed by Professor Jeff A. Clapp

Starring: Paula Tjarks as Helsa Wenzel; Callie Williams as Elsa Von Grossenkneuten; Joseph Espinoza as Michael Kelly; Jordan Fermstad as Patrick O'Reilly; David Alan Ellis as Ken de la Maize; Osa Jubilee Forrester as Nikki Crandall; Thomas Robinson as Eddie McCuen; Kimberly Woghan as Marjorie Baverstock; Lars Foster-Jorgensen as Roger Hopewell and Angie Tennant as Bernice Roth

Oct. 14, 15, 16, 22, 23 at 7:30 pm; Oct. 24 at 2 pm; Eastvold Auditorium
Call 253-535-7411 for tickets or to purchase a season subscription.

On Oct. 17 at 3 pm in Lagerquist Concert Hall, PLU's Wind Ensemble, assisted by the Choir of the West and University Chorale, will present the world premiere of Meridian by New York-based composer Ola Gjeilo. For more information, visit the PLU Experience page.

Meridian a World Premiere 

Oct. 17; Lagerquist Concert Hall, Mary Baker Russell Music Center
Call 253-535-7787 for ticket information

MediaLab's "Oil Literacy" premieres October 30 in Seattle

medialabMediaLab, in partnership with researchers from the University of Calgary in Alberta, present Oil Literacy, a new and original documentary that seeks to bridge historical polarizations by exploring the roles of industry, citizens, governments and consumers.

Learn more about MediaLab.

October 30
Microsoft Auditorium
Seattle Central Public Library
1000 Fourth Ave.
Seattle, WA 98104