Williams College Dance Department Presents Kusika & CoDa Spring Concert

The Dance Department presentsKusika & CoDaDance and MusicSpring ConcertMay 6 & 7 | 7 PM | MainStage | $3 Come celebrate dance at Williams with a “double the fun” spring concert featuring faculty-led Dance Department ensembles Kusika and CoDa in a robust shared program. African dance, music, and storytelling traditions old and new, from…

Williams College Theatre Department Presents ” Sometimes the Rain, Sometimes the Sea”

The Theatre Department presentsSometimes the Rain, Sometimes the Seaby Julia IzumiMay 5-7 | 7:30 PM | Adams Memorial Theatre | $3May 8 | 5:00 PM | Adams Memorial Theatre | $3 Sometimes the Rain, Sometimes the Sea by Julia Izumi and directed by Kym Moore, is, in part, a play about the magic of storytelling. Why do we need…

The Dance Department Presents “Step Back In It: Sankofa’s 25th Anniversary”

Step Back In It: Sankofa’s 25th Anniversary and Selected Student Choreographers April 22 & 23 | 7 PM | MainStage | $3 Join us for an evening of dance! Sankofa’s 25th Anniversary and performances by Alex Bernstein ’23, Isabel Carmona ’24, Caroline Morrissey ’25, Ethan Richmond ’24, Lucy Walker ’23, and Ashley Xu ’22.…

Williams Theatre Department Presents “Dancing Resilience:Climate Action & Live Performance”

The Williams College Theatre Department presentsDancing Resilience:Climate Action & Live PerformanceA Panel DiscussionApril 7 | 5 PM | Directing Studio | Free Panelists:April Merleaux, Visiting Assistant Professor of Environmental ScienceLynn Neuman, Artistic Director of Artichoke Dance CompanyShanti Pillai, Assistant Professor of Theatre Join us for a conversation about the relations between climate activism and live,…

The CenterSeries Presents the Elevator Repair Service’s “Baldwin and Buckley at Cambridge”

The CenterSeriespresentsElevator Repair ServiceBaldwin and Buckley at CambridgeMarch 11 & 12 | 7 PM | CenterStage | $10/$3 (students) In 1965, James Baldwin and William F. Buckley, Jr. were invited to the Cambridge University Union to debate the resolution “The American Dream is at the Expense of The American Negro.” What resulted was an…

Williams College Theatre Department Presents “In the Room” Theatre Majors’ Workshop Series

Williams College Theatre Department presents In the RoomTheatre majors’ workshop seriesMar 4 & 5 | 7:30 PM | Directing Studio | FreeMar 5 | 2:00 PM | Directing Studio | FreeMar 6 | 5:00 PM | Directing Studio | Free In The Room is a new 2-program workshop series made by our Theatre majors as a way to experiment with the many shapes…

Phil Kline’s Outdoor Holiday Classic “Unsilent Night” Comes to Ghent, NY, and Williamstown, MA

This December, composer Phil Kline’s mobile surround sound-sculpture UNSILENT NIGHT — a landmark in avant-garde public sound art — takes place in more than 35 cities across the United States, Canada, and Europe. Streets, parks and sidewalks will come alive with “a shimmering sound-wall of bells and chimes that is dreamlike to wander through in the December nip” (The…

Williams Limits ’62 Center Building, Events to Masked College Community Members

The students, faculty, and staff of the ’62 Center for Theatre and Dance at Williams College are excited to return to in-person programming with the start of the 2021/2022 academic year. COVID-19, with the Delta variant, remains an urgent health crisis for us all. Out of a preponderance of caution for our…

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