February 27, 2009
In Performance Convo Series
The Dept. of Music’s In Performance Convo Series presents Piano Extravaganza March 1 at 7:30 pm in Quance Theatre. Tickets are available at McNally Robinson Booksellers, Dept. of Music or at the door. For more information, contact Kathleen Solose at 966-6179.
The Office of the President and the USSU are co-sponsoring the Saskatoon premiere of Stubblejumper, a docudrama based on the life and work of the 1970s Saskatchewan gay activist Doug Wilson, on March 14 at 7 pm at the Broadway Theatre.
When the Shadows End
When the Shadows End, a First World War-era musical with music arranged and libretto written by Garry Gable of the Dept. of Music, will be presented March 7 and 8 at 7:30 pm in Quance Theatre, Education Building. Tickets $10 for adults and $5 seniors and students and are available at the door. For more information, contact Garry Gable at 966-6180.
Joseph Naytowhow will share stories for children and adults from 1-3 pm March 2 in the Neatby-Timlin Theatre, part of the celebration of Aboriginal Storytelling Month. For more information, contact Vicky Duncan, U of S Library, at 966-6023.
50th Anniversary Concerts
The University of Saskatchewan Greystone Singers, directed by Gerald Langner, celebrate its 50th anniversary with a winter concert Feb. 28 at 7:30 pm at Knox United Church and a reunion concert March 21, also at Knox United Church. Tickets for each event are $10 for adults and $5 for seniors and students, and are available from chorus members, McNally Robinson Booksellers or at the door. For more information, contact the Dept. of Music.
College Building Galleries
In the lower level gallery is Mitch Robertson: 567 Economies of Good & Evil, the artist’s playful pondering of Christianity’s corporate makeover in a series of multiples, rubbings, paintings, hand-tinted photographs, and a modular church.
In the upper gallery is Inside/Out, new acquisitions from the permanent collection selected by Kent Archer, gallery director. A public reception for this exhibition begins a 7:30 pm Feb. 6.
The Winter’s Tale
The next Greystone Theatre production – The Winter’s Tale by William Shakespeare and directed by Pamela Haig Bartley – has its preview March 18 and runs March 19-April 4. Tickets are available from the Place Riel kiosk or by contacting the theatre box office at 966-5188.
The gallery at St. Thomas More College is showing Confections III, an exhibition of small works by various artists, until Feb. 28
The Museum of Antiquities is displaying a scale model of King Solomon’s Temple and corresponding didactic display. Built by Greg Burke, the model was donated to the museum by retired history professor Gary Hanson.
Continuing through April is the exhibition From the Island, work by Greg Hardy. The gallery is located on the second floor of the Agriculture Building