Apr 10, 2020 Apr 10, 2020
07:30PM 09:30PM *CANCELED* Blindness: University Event Topic: Arts,Campus Life & Student OrgsSchool: All Emory University,Emory CollegeDepartment / Organization: Theater Studies DepartmentType of Art: Theater - Productions, Readings, & EventsSeries: Student TheaterEvent Open To: All (Public),All Students,Emory College Students,Emory Community,Faculty,ParentsMeeting Organizer/Sponsor: Emory Chinese Theater ClubBuilding/Room: Burlington Road BuildingCost: freeContact Name: Lisa SunContact Email: lisa.sun@emory.eduTHIS EVENT HAS BEEN POSTPONED/CANCELED. Any updates for future events and rescheduled performances will be posted online and on the Calendar of Events. All ticket holders will be contacted via email or phone by the Schwartz Center Box Office. Thank you for your understanding as we navigate this challenging situation. Visit here for more information on Emory University’s response to COVID-19.Emory Chinese Theater Club presents Blindness Blindness is the story of a mass epidemic of blindness afflicting nearly everyone in the city, and social order immediately breaks down. The play focuses on a handful of characters who are the first to become blind and are imprisoned in an isolated ‘asylum’. Despite their different backgrounds, the group bands together to survive in the completely chaotic environment and revolts against government’s repressive measures. Recommended Parking:Burlington Road BuildingLowergate South Parking Deck + Burlington Road Building<br>Black Box Theater<br>1804 N Decatur Rd, <br>Atlanta, GA 30322 Campus Events
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07:30PM 07:30PM *CANCELED* Vitalina Varela | Not Coming to a Theater Near You: University Event Topic: Arts,Student & Campus LifeDepartment / Organization: Film & Media StudiesType of Art: Film - Screenings, Lectures, & EventsSeries: Not Coming to a Theater Near YouBuilding/Room: White HallCost: Free - no ticket requiredContact Name: Matthew Bernstein: mbernst@emory.eduTHIS EVENT HAS BEEN POSTPONED/CANCELED. Any updates for future events and rescheduled performances will be posted online and on the Arts at Emory calendar. Visit here for more information on Emory University’s response to COVID-19. “Not Coming to a Theater Near You” is a student-run festival, programmed by third-year film studies major and festival founder Evan Amaral (supervised by Department Chair Dr. Matthew H. Bernstein), and sponsored by the Department of Film and Media Studies. None of the films from our diverse selection have screened theatrically in Atlanta — one of the country’s largest, fastest-growing hubs of film production — so Emory brings them here to be shared with local film lovers. In many ways a culmination of Costa’s radically collaborative project thus far, the film takes its title from its lead actress / co-writer, playing herself alongside Costa regular Ventura in two of the year’s most extraordinary performances. Gorgeously shot on consumer-grade digital by Leonardo Simões, the film follows Varela as she arrives in Portugal from her homeland of Cape Verde, only to find that her husband has passed away. A Grasshopper Film release. Recommended parking: Oxford Road Parking Deck, Peavine Parking Deck + White Hall 208 | 301 Dowman Drive Campus Events
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07:30PM 09:30PM *CANCELED* Blindness: University Event Topic: Arts,Campus Life & Student OrgsSchool: All Emory University,Emory CollegeDepartment / Organization: Theater Studies DepartmentType of Art: Theater - Productions, Readings, & EventsSeries: Student TheaterEvent Open To: All (Public),All Students,Emory College Students,Emory Community,Faculty,ParentsMeeting Organizer/Sponsor: Emory Chinese Theater ClubBuilding/Room: Burlington Road BuildingCost: freeContact Name: Lisa SunContact Email: lisa.sun@emory.eduTHIS EVENT HAS BEEN POSTPONED/CANCELED. Any updates for future events and rescheduled performances will be posted online and on the Calendar of Events. All ticket holders will be contacted via email or phone by the Schwartz Center Box Office. Thank you for your understanding as we navigate this challenging situation. Visit here for more information on Emory University’s response to COVID-19.Emory Chinese Theater Club presents Blindness Blindness is the story of a mass epidemic of blindness afflicting nearly everyone in the city, and social order immediately breaks down. The play focuses on a handful of characters who are the first to become blind and are imprisoned in an isolated ‘asylum’. Despite their different backgrounds, the group bands together to survive in the completely chaotic environment and revolts against government’s repressive measures. Recommended Parking:Burlington Road BuildingLowergate South Parking Deck + Burlington Road Building<br>Black Box Theater<br>1804 N Decatur Rd, <br>Atlanta, GA 30322 Campus Events
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08:00PM 08:00PM *CANCELED* Robert McDuffie, violin, and Robert Spano, piano: University Event Topic: ArtsSchool: All Emory UniversityDepartment / Organization: Arts at Emory,Music at Emory,Schwartz Center for Performing ArtsType of Art: Music - Instrumental PerformancesEvent Open To: All (Public)Building/Room: Donna & Marvin Schwartz Center for Performing ArtsContact Name: Box OfficeContact Phone: 404.727.5050THIS EVENT HAS BEEN POSTPONED/CANCELED. Any updates for future events and rescheduled performances will be posted online and on the Calendar of Events. All ticket holders will be contacted via email or phone by the Schwartz Center Box Office. Thank you for your understanding as we navigate this challenging situation. Visit here for more information on Emory University’s response to COVID-19.Part of the 2019-2020 Candler Concert Series Buy Tickets Now Grammy-nominated violinist Robert McDuffie, enjoys a dynamic and multi-faceted career as a soloist with most of the major orchestras of the world. He returns to Atlanta to share the stage with the critically acclaimed artist Robert Spano. Spano is excited to step off the podium and sit down at the piano following his transformative 20-year tenure as music director at the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra. Both performers have profoundly advocated for American music in concert halls throughout their careers, and are thrilled to continue their passion for contemporary, romantic, and classical music alike together on this one of a kind recital tour celebrating the work of Beethoven, Brahms, and legendary American contemporary composer, John Corigliano. Recommended Parking: Fishburne Parking DeckLowergate South Parking Deck (secondary option) + Schwartz Center for Performing Arts: Emerson Concert Hall | 1700 N Decatur Rd. Campus Events
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