One Weekend Three Great Events
The Remick Heritage Center for the Performing Arts fills one weekend with three great events Dec. 10-12.
The Alma College Kiltie Marching Band under the direction of David Zerbe presents its annual indoor show featuring the music of Aaron Copland and others in Presbyterian Hall Friday and Saturday at 8:00 p.m. Admission is $8 for adults; students are free. Reserved seating.
Alma College Theatre presents the 2004 One Act Play Festival Friday through Sunday in the Heritage Center Theatre. Five one-act plays directed by upper-level theatre students are presented every day.
Daniel on a Thursday by Garth Wingfield is directed by Kay Capasso '06.
Somebody Catch My Homework by Sandra Fenichel Asher inspired by the poetry of David L. Harrison is directed by Lori Cargill '05.
Abroad by Michael Weller is directed by James Kuhl '01.
Hotline by Elaine May is directed by Jonathon Musser '05.
Breakfast at the Track by Lanford Wilson is directed by Nathan Oliver '06.
Some of the plays contain explicit language and adult situations.
Friday and Saturday plays begin at 8:00 p.m. Sunday's performance starts at 3:00 p.m. Admission is $8 for adults; students are free. Reserved seating.
The Alma College Jazz Ensemble presents a varied program of Big Band Jazz by prominent artists, composers and arrangers. Student instrumental and vocal soloists are featured. The performance takes place Sunday at 3:00 p..m. in Presbyterian Hall. Admission is $10 for adults; students and children $2. No ticket required.
For ticket information visit the Heritage Center Box Office Website at http://www.alma.edu/news/remick_heritage.
Posted: Mon, December 6th, 2004 at 12:02AM