Sunday, March 10, 2013

This week at Douglas: Poetry readings, plays and more!

Here's what's happening at Douglas College March 11-17:


Monday, March 11


Billeh Nickerson
New West Campus, room 1808
2:30pm
Literature Alive presents a reading by poet Billeh Nickerson. Free and open to the public. More info: Arts Events

Wednesday, March 13


Bran Cran
New West Campus, room 1808
6:30pm
Literature Alive presents a reading by poet, essayist and photographer Brad Cran. Free and open to the public. More info: Arts Events

Ongoing


Blue Window
New West Campus, Laura C. Muir Performing Arts Theatre
March 15-23
The departments of Theatre and Stagecraft present a play by Craig Lucas that examines our shared sense of loneliness in an increasingly crowded world. Directed by Deborah Neville. General admission $12, students and seniors $8 Showtimes and tickets: Massey Theatre, 604 521 5050. More info: doug: the community blog

Top Girls
New West Campus, Studio Theatre
Till March 16
The departments of Theatre and Stagecraft present a play by Caryl Churchill about a tough career woman who is forced to acknowledge the dark side of success. Directed by Claire Fogal. General admission $12, students and seniors $8 Showtimes and tickets: Massey Theatre, 604 521 5050. More info: doug: the community blog

Formed Earth, Earth Formed: works by Judy Weeden and Ronald T. Crawford
New West Campus, Amelia Douglas Gallery
Till April 12
Judy Weeden explores Form through clay, producing works which are both functional and decorative. Ronald T. Crawford creates fictional landscapes inspired by the ocean and aerial views of earth. More info: gallery website

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