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March 2011

Saturday, March 5th

February 2011

Sunday, February 27th
  • "The Last Firefly"
    • World premiere play by Naomi Iizuka. Based on Japanese folk tales. Suitable for children.
    • 2:00 pm, Arena Theater
Saturday, February 26th
  • "The Last Firefly"
    • World premiere play by Naomi Iizuka. Based on Japanese folk tales. Suitable for children.
    • 2:00 pm, Arena Theater
  • "The Last Firefly"
    • World premiere play by Naomi Iizuka. Based on Japanese folk tales. Suitable for children.
    • 7:30 pm, Arena Theater
Friday, February 25th
  • "The Last Firefly"
    • World premiere play by Naomi Iizuka. Based on Japanese folk tales. Suitable for children.
    • 7:30 pm, Arena Theater
Sunday, February 20th
  • "The Last Firefly"
    • World premiere play by Naomi Iizuka. Based on Japanese folk tales. Suitable for children.
    • 2:00 pm, Arena Theater
Saturday, February 19th
  • Playwriting Workshop with Naomi Iizuka
    • Playwriting workshop with the author of The Last Firefly
    • 8:30 am, Sayles-Hill 251
  • "The Last Firefly"
    • World premiere play by Naomi Iizuka. Based on Japanese folk tales. Suitable for children.
    • 2:00 pm, Arena Theater
  • "The Last Firefly"
    • World premiere play by Naomi Iizuka. Based on Japanese folk tales. Suitable for children.
    • 7:30 pm, Arena Theater
Friday, February 18th
  • "The Last Firefly"
    • World premiere play by Naomi Iizuka. Based on Japanese folk tales. Suitable for children.
    • 7:30 pm, Arena Theater
Wednesday, February 16th
  • Japanese Mask Making Workshop
    • A workshop with Bidou Yamaguchi, Noh mask maker, in residence. Priority will be given to Carleton students, others welcome.
    • 3:45 pm, Boliou Woodshop
Tuesday, February 15th
Monday, February 14th
Thursday, February 3rd

January 2011

Saturday, January 29th
  • Eiko Otake in Residence ends
    • Acclaimed avant-garde performer Eiko Otake of Eiko and Koma, recently featured at the Walker Art Center.
Tuesday, January 25th
Monday, January 24th
  • Eiko Otake in Residence begins (through Jan. 29)
    • Acclaimed avant-garde performer Eiko Otake of Eiko and Koma, recently featured at the Walker Art Center.
Friday, January 7th
  • The Art of Sight, Sound and Heart: Visualizing Japanese Theater
    • January 7-March 9, 2011: Japanese theater, in its two classic forms, is rooted in ancient religion (Noh) and buoyed by popular culture (Kabuki). Visualizing Japanese Theater at the Carleton College Art Gallery, presenting paintings, woodblock prints and printed ephemera; carved masks, figurines and netsuke; and other objects, will explore Kabuki and Noh objects and imagery from the 18th through the 20th centuries. The Exhibition will be enriched by lectures and performances by nationally and internationally known theater and dance performers engaged in transforming traditional forms.
    • Art Gallery
  • The Path of the Onnagata: From Male to Female
    • A lecture/performance by David Furumoto, an expert on traditional Japanese theater and other Asian theater forms at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
    • 7:30 pm, Boliou Hall Auditorium
  • Exhibition Opening Reception: "The Art of Sight, Sound, and Heart"
    • Opening reception in the Art Gallery
    • 8:30 pm, Art Gallery