Prospective Theatre Majors/Minors Tea
Meet, greet, and enjoy some refreshments!
Ìrìn Àjò — Odyssey of a Dream, An African Opera
The third in a series of African operas directed by Five College Professor Bode Omojola and produced by the Department of Music, "Ìrìn Àjò — Odyssey of a Dream," tells a timely story of emigration, adaptation, and survival. Performed by Mount Holyoke College and Five College students enrolled in MUSIC-228 (African Opera in Performance and Practice), the cast includes acclaimed soloists, choreography by Amir Hall, and music direction by Ng Tian Hui conducting the Mount Holyoke Symphony Orchestra.
A Midsummer Night's Dream, directed by Noah Tuleja
"The course of true love never did run smooth." Join us for one of Shakespeare's most enduring comedies: an evening of lovers' quarrels, mystical machination, adventures in the wilderness, topped with a heavy dose of fairy dust!
Mount Holyoke College's Historic Athletic Clothing Exhibit
This exhibit features items from Mount Holyoke College's Historic Clothing Collection. This student-curated exhibit will display uniforms from the 1890s to the 1990s. Learn how women's colleges like Mount Holyoke were the birthplace of athletics for women in the United States, and how for many students (1870s to 1920s) athletic wear gave them the first taste of what it would be like to move unrestricted by corsets and clothing. Photos, diary entries, year books, letters, and alumnae themselves will help us tell the story of athletic life in a hundred year period.