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On Campus - July Preview

Sunday, July 5

The exhibition Punctuating Space: The Prints and Multiples of Richard Artschwager will be on display at the Frances Lehman Loeb Art Center through September 6.

Sean Mathias

The play The Unbuilt City by Keith Bunin will be performed at the Powerhouse Theater through July 12. Directed by Tony Award nominee Sean Mathias, the play looks at the mysteries of love, legacy, and the untold history of New York City. Show times are 2 and 7 pm on Sunday, July 5; 8 pm on Tuesday–Friday, July 7–10; noon and 8 pm on Saturday, July 11; and 2 pm on Sunday, July 12.

Friday, July 10

The musical Rain will be performed at the Martel Theater, Vogelstein Center for Drama and Film, through July 12. Directed by Barry Edelstein, the music and lyrics are by Michael John LaChiusa. Show times are 8 pm on Friday and Saturday, July 10–11 and 2 and 7 pm on Sunday, July 12.

Friday, July 17

Patricia McGregor

The musical Loving v. Virginia, by Marcus Gardley and Patricia McGregor, will be performed at the Martel Theater, Vogelstein Center for Drama and Film, through July 19. Show times are 8 pm on Friday and Saturday, July 17–18 and 2 and 7 pm on Sunday, July 19.

Wednesday, July 22

A piano concert featuring Adjunct Artist in Music Thomas Sauer will begin at 8 pm in the Villard Room, College Center. The music will include Beethoven, Darius Milhaud, and Thomas Adès.

Thursday, July 23

Hannah Bos '00

The play The Light Years, by Hannah Bos ’00 and Paul Thureen ’00, will be performed at the Powerhouse Theater through August 2. Developed and directed by Oliver Butler, the play tells a haunted love story spanning 40 years, with the 1893 and 1933 Chicago World’s Fairs as the setting. Show times are 8 pm on Thursday and Friday, July 23–24; 2 and 8 pm on Saturday, July 25 and August 1; 2 and 7 pm on Sunday, July 26; 8 pm on Tuesday–Thursday, July 28–30; and 2 pm on Sunday, August 2.

A screening of the film Richard Artschwager: Shut Up and Look will be held at 7:30 pm in the Taylor Hall 203 Auditorium. The film provides a look at the works of artist Richard Artschwager.

Wednesday, July 29

A concert featuring Professor of Music Richard Wilson on piano and Joseph Genualdi on violin will be held at 8 pm in the Villard Room, College Center. The concert will include sonatas by Mozart and Beethoven.

Friday, July 31

Colman Domingo

Vassar & New York Stage and Film’s Powerhouse Theater Readings Festival will take place at the Susan Stein Shiva Theater. The readings include: The Brothers by Colman Domingo; Open Road, book by Paul Scott Goodman and Joseph Hendel and music and lyrics by Paul Scott Goodman; Talk To Me of Love by Meghan Kennedy; and White Noise, White Light by Nicky Silver. Show times are 7:30 pm on Friday, July 31 and noon and 5 pm on Saturday and Sunday, August 1–2.

Duncan Skeik

The musical Noir, with music by Tony Award- and Grammy Award-winning composer Duncan Sheik, will be performed at the Martel Theater, Vogelstein Center for Drama and Film, through August 2. Show times are 8 pm on Friday and Saturday, July 31 and August 1 and 2 and 7 pm on Sunday, August 2.

Photos of Hannah Bos, Colman Domingo, Patricia McGregor courtesy of the subjects; Duncan Sheik by Lexi Lambros; Sean Mathias © Donald Maclellan. 

Posted by Office of Communications Monday, June 22, 2015