The students and faculty at Bloomsburg University have an exciting season for 2019 planned. Below is a current list of what to look forward to in 2019.
By Naomi Iizuka (2015)
Directed by Dr. Carrie Winship
Performances February 27 through March 3, 2019
Wednesday through Saturday at 7:30pm, Sunday at 3:00pm
Alvina Krause Theatre, 226 Center St, in Downtown Bloomsburg
Tickets are Free to BU Students with ID, $6 for Adults, $4 for Students/Seniors
Tickets available in advance at the Haas Center for the Arts Box Office on the campus of Bloomsburg University or at the Door Starting One Hour Before Curtain
About the Play: Good Kids explores how a sexual assault at a high school party, documented and distributed on social media, shocks the student community and evokes surprisingly varied responses. The recollections and the rumors of the incident incite conflict between the “good kids” in the school community. When everyone has their own truth in the world of social media, can justice exist and what are the repercussions?
Content Warning: Sexual Assault, Underage Drinking, Bullying, Mature Language
MADISON. So why is it that every time some kid does something totally messed up, everybody’s like, ‘I don’t get it. He was such a good kid. Why?’
Themes: Truth, rumors, social media, sexual assault, ethics, appearances, consent culture, bullying
Art-ticulation: The Body and Voice Show
Student-driven Project Initiated by Brandon Leiphart
Tales from the Nightmare City of R’lyeh
Student-driven Project Initiated by Chris Thorne
9th Annual Dance Minor Concert
Choreographed by Students, Faculty and Guest Artists
Professor Julie Petry, Artistic Director
Performances Sunday, April 28 and Monday, April 29
K.S. Gross Auditorium in Carver Hall
Tickets are free.
About the Dance Concert: The concert is inspired by a variety of topical themes and explores a vast array of exciting dance styles. The Dance Minor Concert blends student, faculty and staff talents as choreographers, dancers, lighting designers, costume designers, and sound designers.
Themes: To be determined.
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