Posts tagged with “Theater” (All posts)
- February 17, 2014
Did you Miss it at the Guthrie? Well, the Minnesota Humanities Center is taking it on the road! First stop Carleton College! "Telling: Minnesota" is the 12th original production of The Telling Project. Like all of its predecessors, "Telling: Minnesota" has been created through an intensive process of interviews with veterans and their family members, scripting from these interviews, performance training, and rehearsal. The individuals on stage are Minnesota military veterans performing their own stories of service...
- January 27, 2014
Carleton College hosts The Tournées Festival, a festival of new French films, February 4-18, 2014. Five French films will be shown at Carleton's Weitz Center Cinema to celebrate French cinema and culture. The festival is open to the public...
- October 31, 2013
Special pre-show concerts in celebration of TWELFTH NIGHT!
One-half hour before each performance of TWELFTH NIGHT, the Weitz Commons will come alive with songs and musical pieces appropriate to the occasion. Before each evening performance, the Carleton Singers under the direction of Prof. Lawrence Burnett will perform. Before each matinee on Saturday and Sunday, the Minnesota Dolce Recorder Quartet will perform. Plan to arrive at the show early and enjoy the music—or just drop by the Weitz for the tunes!
- October 1, 2013
Theatre Forever launches new work at the Weitz Center
- September 13, 2013
Now through September 20, the extraordinary dance/theatre/media company TROIKA RANCH is in residence at the Weitz Center.
- 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.