Sunday, March 6, 2011

This week at Douglas: Brecht’s Kabaret, Amnesty International on Egypt, Shakespeare and more!

Here’s what’s happening March 7-11 at Douglas College:

Monday, Mar 7 – Saturday, Mar 12

Brecht’s Kabaret
New Westminster Campus (Studio Theatre)
Don’t miss Brecht’s Kabaret, a celebration of the German dramatist’s political and artistic life through play excerpts, songs – and especially his poems – brought to you by the Theatre and Stagecraft & Event Technology departments at Douglas College. Runs March 4-12. For a full synopsis and ticket info, see doug: the community blog.

Thursday, Mar 10

Go Bottled Water Free! Campaign
New Westminster Campus (concourse)
Get involved with the Douglas Students' Union's campaign for a bottled water-free campus. For more info, contact

Friday, Mar 11

Amnesty International: A Human Rights Agenda For Egypt
New Westminster Campus (DSU building)
Discussion with Amnesty International staff member Don Wright, who was in Cairo during the recent anti-government protests that forced the departure of the president and set the stage for democratic reform in that country.

Twelfth Night (opening night)
New Westminster Campus (Laura C. Muir Performing Arts Theatre)
Love is complicated, right Not in Twelfth Night, a Shakespearean romance play and the latest production by the departments of Theatre and Stagecraft & Event Technology at Douglas College March 11-19. For a full synopsis and ticket info, see doug: the community blog.

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