EVENT CANCELLATION:
Friday Music Series: ANDERSON AND FADER GUITAR DUO on November 2

     
Due to storm-related circumstances for the scheduled New York-based artists, the free Friday Music Series performance originally planned for November 2 at 1:15 p.m. in McNeir Hall has been cancelled.  The Friday Music Series will resume on November 9 (additional details in the listings below).

 




Please join us for the following events:


Nomadic Theatre
SQUARE PEGS
Produced by Nicole Chenelle (COL’14)
Directed by Adrian Iglesias (COL’14)

Wednesday, October 31 at 9 p.m.

Halloween revue of scenes from plays and adaptations of Halloween-appropriate short stories.

RED SQUARE, outside Edward B. Bunn, S.J. Intercultural Center
(Rain site: Walsh Black Box Theatre, Corner of 36th & Prospect Sts, NW, across from Tombs.)
FREE


D.C. A CAPPELLA FESTIVAL

Saturday, November 3 at 7:30 p.m. (hosted by the Phantoms)
Saturday, November 10 at 7:30 p.m. (hosted by the GraceNotes)

The D.C. A cappella Festival (DCAF) is the annual concert co-hosted by two of GU's most charismatic groups: the Phantoms, GU's first co-ed a cappella group, and the GraceNotes, GU's first all-female a cappella group. Each weekend's performance features different guest groups and programs include songs ranging from oldies to rock to pop, mixing traditional and eclectic styles and feature debuts of new arrangements. 

GASTON HALL, HEALY BUILDING
$10 GENERAL / $8 STUDENT

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 Mask and Bauble Dramatic Society
DONN B. MURPHY ONE-ACTS FESTIVAL
SPIRITUAL ECSTASIES
By Katie Mitchell (COL '15)
Directed by Kathleen Joyce (COL '15)
Produced by Sam Buckley (COL '14) 

Wednesday - Friday, November 7 - 9 at 8 p.m.
Saturday, November 10 at 2 p.m. and 8 p.m. 


A Mask and Bauble tradition, the Donn B. Murphy One-Acts Festival celebrates students' original work. The 161st season features Spiritual Ecstasies, written by sophomore Katie Mitchell (COL '15) and directed by Kathleen Joyce (COL '15). The piece asks the audience to grapple with questions of humanity and realms beyond. Follow the ensemble cast as it approaches the ultimate revelation.

POULTON  HALL, STAGE III
$7 GENERAL / $5 STUDENT

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Friday Music Series
EYA

Friday, November 9 at 1:15 p.m. 

Specializing in the interpretation of medieval music for women's voices, Eya (pronounced "eh-yah," a Latin exclamation of joy) performs diverse music of the 12th through 15th centuries.

DAHLGREN CHAPEL
FREE



Georgetown University Dance Program
BLACK MOVEMENTS DANCE THEATRE
Professor Alfreda Davis, Artistic Director

Friday and Saturday, November 9 and 10 at 8 p.m.

This contemporary dance-theater program includes signature company works along with new works by student and professional guest choreographers and performers.


WALSH BLACK BOX THEATRE, WALSH BUILDING 
$10 GENERAL / $8 STUDENT

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Georgetown Improv Association
IMPROV SHOW

Friday, November 9 at 9 p.m. 

The Georgetown Improv Association invites you to a night of unscripted, unrehearsed, and unbelievable improvised comedy. Inspired by audience suggestions, this program - never to be seen again - showcases the performers' quick wit.

LEAVEY CENTER, BULLDOG ALLEY
$6 GENERAL / $4 FACULTY, STAFF, SENIOR, STUDENT
Contains adult themes.

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Georgetown University Music Program

GU CHAMBER MUSIC ENSEMBLES
SYMPHONIC SKETCHES 
Professor Ralitza Patcheva, Director
Ralitza Patcheva and Vasily Popov, Coaches
 
Sunday, November 11 at 3 p.m. 

The students of Georgetown University's Chamber Music Ensemble Program will perform music by Dvořák, Brahms, Reinecke, Prokofiev, Mendelssohn, and Telemann.


McNEIR HALL, NEW NORTH BUILDING
$5 GENERAL / FREE STUDENT

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Georgetown University Music Program

GEORGETOWN UNIVERSITY CHAMBER SINGERS
MAGNIFICAT

Professor Frederick Binkholder, Music Director
Jinsun Cho, Accompanist


Wednesday, November 14 at 7:30 p.m.

A choral concert featuring the Monteverdi Magnificat, selections from Weihnachts Historie-SWV 435 by Schutz, and Missa Quam Pulchri Sunt by Victoria. 

DAHLGREN CHAPEL
FREE 



Friday Music Series
GEORGE LE PAUW, PIANO
Friday, November 16 at 1:15 p.m.

 

The Georgetown alumnus, who was the youngest-ever student of Madame Aïda Barenboim  (with the exception of her son, pianist and conductor, Daniel Barenboim), performs an all-Beethoven program.


McNEIR HALL, NEW NORTH BUILDING
FREE
 




Georgetown University Dance Program

GEORGETOWN UNIVERSITY DANCE COMPANY
Professor Miya Hisaka Silva, Artistic Director

Erica Pincus (SFS' 13) and Kara Thomas (COL '13), Student Co-Directors

Friday and Saturday, November 16 and 17 at 8 p.m.

A high energy, pre-professional repertory dance ensemble, Georgetown University Dance Company offers diverse programs of dances ranging from hip-hop to classical ballet by professional guest and student choreographers. This program includes work by professional choreographer Kim Parmer, faculty member at American Ballet Theatre and American Dance Institute.

WALSH BLACK BOX THEATRE, WALSH BUILDING
$10 GENERAL / $8 FACULTY, STAFF, SENIOR, STUDENT

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Co-produced by the Georgetown University Theater & Performance Studies Program, Music Program,
and Nomadic Theatre




A CIVIL WAR CHRISTMAS:

AN AMERICAN MUSICAL CELEBRATION
By Paula Vogel

Music by Daryl Waters
Directed by Professor Nadia Mahdi
Music Direction by Professor Maureen Codelka
Produced by Tenaya Campbell (COL '13)

Saturday, November 17 at 8 p.m.
Sunday, November 18 at 2 p.m.
Thursday and Friday, November 29 and 30 at 8 p.m.
Saturday, December 1 at 8 p.m.
Thursday - Saturday, December 6 - 8 at 8 p.m.

Christmas Eve in Washington D.C., 1864: a cold night for an embattled nation in the thick of a civil war. Troops in both Confederate and Union camps prepare for the fighting ahead, President Lincoln embarks on a danger-filled midnight adventure, and a mother and daughter fly from slavery towards an uncertain future in the nation's capital. In this musical celebration, Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Paula Vogel weaves an array of voices and stories into a rich and moving musical drama, inspiring a theatrical holiday event that brings us together to celebrate and reflect on our nation's history and future.

DAVIS PERFORMING ARTS CENTER, GONDA THEATRE
FRI/SAT EVENING: $20 GENERAL / $18 FACULTY, STAFF, ALUMNI, SENIOR / $10 STUDENT
ALL OTHER PERFORMANCES: $18 GENERAL / $15 FACULTY, STAFF, ALUMNI, SENIOR / $8 STUDENT

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Georgetown University Music Program
WORLD PERCUSSION ENSEMBLE
Professor Joe McCarthy, Director

Sunday, November 18 at 4 p.m

In this exciting afternoon of rhythmic exploration, the World Percussion Ensemble presents a program that includes works by some of America's prominent percussion ensemble composers, along with original pieces by members of the WPE.

McNEIR HALL, NEW NORTH BUILDING
FREE




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