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April 5, 2017

  

Wednesday, April 05, 2017

Play: Urban Tricksters, Rebel Clowns and the Unruly Mob
12:30 PM

New Hampshire Institute of Politics - (West Wing)

Carmen McClish, Assistant Professor, Department of English, will give a presentation as part of the Institute’s Faculty Research Colloquium series titled "Play: Urban Tricksters, Rebel Clowns, and the Unruly Mob." Dr. McClish’s discussion will focus on playful antics in public spaces including clowning and street art. By offering concrete examples of play in public spaces, citizenship and social protest can be understood in new and dynamic ways.

Dr. McClish’s research focuses on the intersection of communication and culture with specific interest in play and politics in U.S. public spaces, and everyday life and carnival culture in the Caribbean.

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(Softball) Saint Anselm at Franklin Pierce
3:00 PM - 6:00 PM

(Softball) Saint Anselm at Franklin Pierce
Postponed to 4/11
Postponed

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(Softball) Saint Anselm at Franklin Pierce
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM

(Softball) Saint Anselm at Franklin Pierce
Make-up TBD
Postponed

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(Baseball) St. Michael's vs. Saint Anselm
7:00 PM - 10:00 PM

(Baseball) St. Michael's vs. Saint Anselm
Final
7-2

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(Men's Lacrosse) #3 Adelphi vs. Saint Anselm
7:00 PM - 10:00 PM

(Men's Lacrosse) #3 Adelphi vs. Saint Anselm
Postponed from 3/15
Final - 2OT
10-11

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New Art Theatre in William Shakespeare’s The Tempest
7:30 PM

Dana Center - (Koonz Theatre)

For over 30 years, New Art Theatre’s The Living Classics Series brings literature to life for student and adult audiences alike. As worldwide celebrations of the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare’s death wind down, what better way to honor The Bard than with his last play, The Tempest.

Shipwrecks, magic, young love, and exotic locales abound in this most magical of plays, as well as a deeper understanding of forgiveness, that most noble of all human traits. Talk-backs with the cast after the performance allow students and teachers to investigate the plays’ themes as well as the unique performance style offered by this seasoned professional company, deepening a participatory exploration of context, history, and archetypes that extends to other literary works.

Come join the magic, and journey with Shakespeare’s wizard, Prospero, into a world of discovery.

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