3 Short Plays by David Ives
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Featured Classes Fall 2018
Magic of the Musical Stage
3 Short Plays by David Ives
Partners for the Arts
The A&L Buzz
Featured Classes Fall 2018
Magic of the Musical Stage

Southern Miss Theatre

You Can't Take It With You

FEB. 22, 23, 24; MAR. 2, 3 at 7:30PM
MAR. 4 at 2PM
MARTHA R. TATUM THEATRE
$14 public; $10 faculty, staff, seniors, military; $8 students (RESERVED SEATS) 

Tony, the attractive young son of the snobbish Kirby family, falls in love with Alice Sycamore, whose parents are free-thinking and modest. As these eccentric families meet over dinner on an improbable evening, it becomes clear that marriage is out of the question! One of America's happiest comedies, this play won the 1937 Pulitzer Prize for Drama (and the Oscar Award for Best Picture)!

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Guest Artist

Tad Carpenter

March 8 | 5:30 p.m.
Southern Miss Art and Design presents
Tad Carpenter: Guest Artist in Graphic Design
Lecture in Sciannaa Hall Auditorium
Free and open to the public. 
 
Tad Carpenter is an illustrator, designer, author and teacher from Kansas City, Missouri. Tad is co-owner, along with his wife Jessica, of Carpenter Collective, a nationally recognized design studio specializing in brand identity, illustration and visual storytelling. With his whimsical, fun, and witty style, he has illustrated and designed several children’s books, spot illustrations, and national campaigns for such companies as Macy's, Conan, Sonic Drive-In, Coca Cola, Old Navy, and MTV. Tad teaches graphic design at the University of Kansas and has been featured in Communication ArtsPrintHowGraphis, and many more national and international publications.

 

Considering Matthew Shepard

Considering Matthew Shepard

Considering Matthew Shepard transports listeners through a tapestry of musical textures and idioms in a poignant concert experience inspiring hope, compassion, and empowerment. The Washington Post called the work “powerfully cathartic,” and wrote “Like Bach’s large-scale choral works, this spellbinding piece draws on many styles masterfully juxtaposed, though Johnson’s sources are the American vernacular. A Prologue, Passion and Epilogue … combine spoken text, cowboy song, American hymnody and popular song, spirituals, jazz and dazzling polyphony, all woven into a seamless tapestry. The impact is immediate, profound and, at times, overwhelming.”

 

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