“Intimate Apparel,” written by Pulitzer Prize-winner Lynn Nottage, tells the story of Esther, a seamstress in the early 1900s who makes intimate apparel for a living. Performances will be held on April 3 through 11 at the Inge Theatre. For more information or to purchase tickets, visit the site here.
Students in the Visual Art Department nominated by their professors, held an opening Sunday afternoon to display their work for the Annual Visual Art Scholarship, an opening at which the Chancellor was in attendance. The School of Arts, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences offers the scholarship to students made possible by a large number of donors, and the awards apply to the next fall and spring semesters. The scholarship winners will be announced next week.
Compagnia T.P.O performs Farfalle, a visual and auditory journey through the life cycle of a butterfly, at the Lied Center on Saturday night.
Students make posters and write messages on chalkboards in the museum.
The Tennessee Williams play is more than 60 years old, but contains themes that exist to this day.
The nationally and internationally award winning Jin Xing Dance Theatre performed at the Lied Center on Thursday, February 23, 2012.
Volunteers work with elementary and middle school students once a week for music lessons
Tennessee Williams’ one-act play “Auto-da-fe” will run Thursday and Friday night in Murphy Hall.
A student-run magazine allows students to submit their art, prose or poetry.
Blake Robbins chose Lawrence for the setting of his newest feature film, “The Sublime and the Beautiful.”
Rodgers & Hammerstein’s South Pacific performed to at the Lied Center Wednesday, January 18, 2011. The production has won several Tony Awards in 2008 and the story is Pulitzer Prize winning. The story follows two couple’s romance and its troubles through prejudices and war during WWII set in a tropical island in the South Pacific.
The Lied Center hosted the Suzanne Farrell Ballet Saturday, November 12, 2011. The ballet was choreographed by George Balanchine and presented Balanchine’s famous works including “Haieff Divertimento” with music composed by Haieff, “Diamonds Pas de Deux from Jewels” with music by Tchaikovsky, “Meditation” with music by Tchaikovsky, and “Agon” with music by Stravinsky. The Suzanne Farrell Ballet is stationed at the Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C.
KU Presents “All My Sons” a play by Arther Miller. The show runs Saturday Nov. 12 at 7:30 p.m., Sunday Nov. 13, 2:30 p.m., Thursday Nov. 17, 7:30 p.m, Friday Nov. 18, 7:30 p.m., Saturday Nov. 19, 7:30 p.m., and Sunday November 20, 2:30 p.m. in Crafton-Preyer Theatre.