Event 2018: Readings of New Original Plays by BYU Students

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Event 2018: Down the Rabbit Hole – A Closer Look at BYU’s Production of Wonderland

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Event 2018: Coming Home – A Christmas Story

Coming Home: A Christmas Story, a BYU award-winning play, will be performed on December 10 in the Provo Library Ball Room at 7pm. The production is free. George King wrote the script and lyrics and C. Michael Perry wrote lyrics and music (both are BYU Alumnus). We hope you have the chance to come enjoy!

 

Event 2018: BYU’s Anti-Human Trafficking Club

This event is meant to bring awareness to the current issue of human trafficking that can be found rampant in some sectors of our society today. Come to this informational lecture with Ed Smart on November 16 from 7-8:15pm in the JSB Auditorium.

BYU's AHTC

MDT Cabaret Fall 2018

Once each semester, MDT students have the opportunity to perform solo and small group performances in a cabaret setting at “The Wall” in the Wilkinson Student Center. “The Wall” is a popular night spot with food and beverage service in a relaxed atmosphere. Students are responsible for selecting and rehearsing their own material presented in this informal setting. Join us on Friday, November 16 at 8pm to enjoy their work!

MDT Cabaret at the Wall

Event 2018: Divine Comedy – Y School Musical

Come see Divine Comedy’s second hilarious show this fall – Y School Musical! You’re sure to bust a gut in this spoof on a Disney classic. Showtimes are at 7pm and 9pm each evening (Friday, November 9 and Saturday, November 10). Get your tickets now – click here!

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Global Women’s Studies 2018: Kirsten Pullen, Theatre Professor

Two years in the making, our GWS Bodies of Women Conference happens this week! Six amazing scholars—Cecelia Cavanaugh, Lisa Olsen Tait, Sherine Hafez, Joan Chrisler, Kirsten Pullen, and Elizabeth Daniels—will arrive on campus on Thursday and Friday to teach us about the wonderful things bodies of women can do. We planned the conference to make it easy for GWS STUDENTS and FACULTY to attend:

  • We start at 10:00 on Thursday with a service project for Days for Girls. Volunteer your time and talents to cut out material for shields, liners, and draw-bags for the DfG period packs.
  • Speaker sessions start on the hour and end in 50 minutes 1:00-4:00 on Thursday (in the Kennedy Center) and 10:00-1:00 on Friday (in the JFSB), so you can slip in and out between your classes. See the complete schedule below.
  • We will hold discussion groups with the speakers at 4:00 on Thursday and 2:00 on Friday to talk about organizing bodies of women and valuing women’s bodies.
  • Join us on Thursday evening at 5:30 and 8:00 in the Alice Louise Reynolds Auditorium for Afghan Cycles, a film about bodies of women, and Shout Gladi Gladi, a film about women’s bodies. Register for FREE tickets at peeryfilms.com.

Event 2018: The Hive – The Bookbinder’s Tale

Once upon a time, at a Prominent University, a young woman wanted to help people see their lives as stories they tell themselves and each other. Once upon a time, at the same Prominent University, the chair of its English department, who was also the young woman’s fiancé, wanted to indulge her. Once upon a time, at (yes) a Prominent University, a cheerful and charming Italian bookbinder thought the young woman’s story and his own might become a single saga.

The Bookbinder’s Tale is a love triangle that travels in and out of its three characters’ fables, seen through one another’s eyes. Circumstances that seemed set become fluid, and futures shift with startling speed. By turns funny, breathtaking, and touching, it invites us to return to Story – our oldest and best home. Suitable for all audiences, but is recommended for ages 16+. The lead is BYU Acting graduate Mariah Bowles. Go ahead and support her in the show’s final weekend at the Hive. For more information about showtimes and tickets, click here.

Lore at BYU 2018

Sometimes the truth is more frightening than fiction. Join storyteller Aaron Mahnke and musical guest Chad Lawson for an unforgettable evening of dark, spine-tingling tales – the perfect way to celebrate All Hallows’ Eve. Lore is an award-winning, critically-acclaimed podcast that exposes the darker side of history, exploring the people, places, and things we fear the most.

de Jong Concert Hall

Wednesday, October 31, 7:30 pm

https://arts.byu.edu/2018/10/lore-brings-real-world-horror-stories-to-byu-this-halloween/