- May 2, 2013Macbeth--one of Shakespeare's shortest, darkest, most psychological, and most popular tragedies--opens at the Weitz Theater this May as produced by the Department of Theater and Dance. The production is directed by senior CAMS major Daisuke Kawachi and features senior theater majors Emily Altschul and Chris Densmore acting as the tragic Scottish couple in their Senior Integrative Exercise along with a stellar ensemble of Carleton's finest acting talent.
- April 18, 2013
To celebrate National Poem in Your Pocket Day, the Humanities Center has collected a pocketful of poems from departments across campus.
Visit the Humanities Center website for an electronic version.
Or visit the Weitz Center Commons, where you can put an actual poem printed on actual paper in your actual pocket—there's a box of verse waiting for you to adopt one.
- April 9, 2013As part of Music Professor Ron Rodman's course this spring, the Weitz Cinema will be showing a series of films presenting prominent examples of music in film on Wednesday evenings at 7:30.
- April 7, 2013Joe Chvala's Flying Foot Forum and the Carleton Players join forces to bring Alice in Wonderland to Carleton's Weitz Center for Creativity this weekend.
- February 15, 2013Carleton's International Film Forum will present its' last two titles the next two weeks in Carleton's Weitz Cinema on Thursday evenings (Feb. 21 & 28) at 7 p.m.
- February 14, 2013
Roger Bechtel and the Carleton Players will be presenting British playwright Martin Crimp’s ATTEMPTS ON HER LIFE at the Weitz Center for Creativity. The production is Bechtel’s first production at Carleton. He joined the faculty this Fall after a stint at Bowdoin College. In addition to teaching, Bechtel has directed and acted Off-Broadway and at a number of regional theaters, including Theater for a New Audience in New York, the Yale Repertory Theatre, the McCarter Theatre, the Utah Shakespeare Festival, the Snowmass Aspen Repertory Theater, and the Attic Theater. He is currently the artistic director of Big Picture Group, a theater company based in Chicago that creates multimedia performances exploring contemporary culture.