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Tickets to University Events

Artists Series, Forum, and Theatre Productions, Spring 2015

Program participants may request a ticket to these performances by calling the SSS office at 715-836-4542.  Please call by noon of the workday prior to the performance. Tickets must be picked up at the SSS office,Old Library 2136, by 4:30 on the day of the performance.

 

Date

Event

Location

Thursday
Feb 5
7:30 pm

Artists Series: Cirque Zuma Zuma

A 2011 finalist on America's Got Talent, this group of African dancers, acrobats, contortionists, and jugglers provides an evening of non-stop entertainment.

Zorn Arena

 

Tuesday
Feb 17
7:30 pm

 

 

 

Forum Lecture:  Temple Grandin, "Different Kinds of Minds Contribute to Society"

Subject of an award-winning film, Temple Grandin was diagnosed with autism at the age of two, did not speak until she was four, and is now a professor of animal science at Colorado State University.

Schofield Auditorium

Feb 26-28
March 5-7
7:30 pm

Marriage of Figaro by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

Set near Seville, Spain, Mozart's popular comic opera deals with many schemes in the household of a count and countess whose servants Figaro and Susanna hope to marry.  The performance will be sung in English.

Gantner Concert Hall

Tuesday
Nov 4
7:30 pm

Forum Lecture: Bob Harris, "The International Bank of Bob"

A writer, comedian, and Jeopardy champion, Bob Harris will explain how he has used the Kiva.org site to make microloans all over the world.

Schofield
Auditorium

Tuesday
Mar 10
7:30 pm

Artists Series:  Dali Quartet

A string quartet with roots in Venezuela, the Dali Quartet blends classical and Latin American music traditions in their performances.

Gantner Concert Hall

Wednesday
Apr 8
7:30 pm

Forum Lecture: Mark Lynas, "GMOs are Green:  How an Environmentalist Changes His Mind on Biotechnology"

Environmental activist Mark Lynas, who once believed that genetically modified crops were unsafe, has now become an advocate for their use.

Schofield
Auditorium

Apr 16-18
Apr 22-25
7:30 pm

The Three Sisters by Anton Chekhov

This famous play focuses on the experiences of 3 sisters who have lived unhappily for the past 11 years in a small town and who dream of returning to the urban Moscow where they grew up.

Kjer Theater

 

Tuesday
Apr 21
7:30 pm

Artists Series:  To Kill a Mockingbird

Based on the Pulitzer Prize-winning novel by Harper Lee, To Kill a Mockingbird tells of a girl growing up in the American South of the 1930s against a background of prejudice and racial injustice.

Schofield Auditorium

 

Thurs-Sat
May 7-9
7:30 pm

Danceworks 15

This annual performance of faculty and guest-artist works will feature global dance forms, movement theatre, and contemporary concert dance.

Kjer Theater

 


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