November 14, 2019
ART EXHIBITION – SEPTEMBER 23-NOVEMBER 15
Dawn Ertl, Gisela Insuaste, and Coe Lapossy
William Blizard Gallery
Through materials, we make ideas tangible. Themes such as memory, inheritance, trauma, myth, romantic love, queer narrative, and cultural history are embodied in the material explorations by the artists in this exhibit.
Gallery closing reception for artists and the public: Thursday, November 7
THEATER PERFORMANCE – NOVEMBER 14-17
A comedy by Pierre Corneille and freely adapted by Tony Kushner
Presented by Springfield College Theater
Director: Martin Shell, Appleton Auditorium, Fuller Arts Center, Thursday, Friday, and Saturday, 7:30 p.m.; Sunday 2 p.m.
In the dead of night, a father, desperate to find the son he drove away years before, creeps into a dark cave to engage the services of the mysterious magician there. The sorcerer conjures up strange and unsettling visions of the life the son has been living, full of wild passions, betrayals, adventures, and the perils of love. Tony Kushner’s lively adaptation of Pierre Corneille’s 17th-century comedy explores the concept of reality and questions whether everything or anything is as it seems.
Suggested general admission: $5; Students, senior citizens: $2