Egyptian American musician, dancer and educator, Karim Nagi delivers this dynamic concert and demonstration. He performs on various traditional Arabic percussion and melodic instruments, while including the audience to participate from their seats. Additionally, he demonstrates various styles of folkloric dance from around the Arab world.
A Middle Eastern dinner will be served after the event.
This event is co-sponsored by MHC Asian Studies Program, MHC President's Office, MHC Dean of Students, MHC Multicultural Community and College Life Committee, MHC Dance Dept., MHC Theatre Dept., MHC Religion Dept., and the Five College Arabic Language Initiative.
Performance of Bull in a China Shop
Please join us for a performance of Bull in a China Shop by Bryna Turner '12 and directed by Molly Paige '18. This original play is inspired by the real letters between Mary Woolley, MHC's 11th President, and Jeannette Marks, spanning 1888-1937.
A talk-back follows the Friday evening performance.
Crafting a Life in the Arts
Considering an artistic career? Wondering how to craft a meaningful lifestyle? Want insider information on finding opportunities and connecting with established professionals? Join a campus-wide dialogue with established and emerging artists!
Play Reading of Chay Yew's "Question 27, Question 28"
Directed by Heidi Holder.
Free and open to the public.
What happened to the women of the Japanese American Internment? How did these brave women keep their American dream alive?