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Thursday, April 28, 7:30pmSilk Road Rising77 W Washington Stbus leaves Logan Center at 6:45pmInspired by the "Ground Zero Mosque" controversy in New York City, Mosque Alert tells the story of three fictional families living in Naperville, Illinois, whose lives are interrupted by a proposed Islamic Center on the site of a beloved local landmark. Mosque Alert explores the intersections of zoning and Islamophobia with humor, family drama, and refreshingly blunt honesty. Followed by an exclusive post-show conversation with the playwright and Silk Road Rising co-founder Jamil Khoury.Tickets: $10 including free transportation. Limit 1 per UCID.Presented in collaboration with the Office of Spiritual Life and the Center for Identity and Inclusion.TICKETS FOR THIS ARTS PASS EVENT ARE NO LONGER AVAILABLE.
ARTS PASS: Silk Road Rising Presents: Mosque Alert as part of Spirit Week 2016
Thursday, April 28, 7:30pm
Silk Road Rising
77 W Washington St


bus leaves Logan Center at 6:45pm

Inspired by the "Ground Zero Mosque" controversy in New York City, Mosque Alert tells the story of three fictional families living in Naperville, Illinois, whose lives are interrupted by a proposed Islamic Center on the site of a beloved local landmark. Mosque Alert explores the intersections of zoning and Islamophobia with humor, family drama, and refreshingly blunt honesty. Followed by an exclusive post-show conversation with the playwright and Silk Road Rising co-founder Jamil Khoury.

Tickets: $10 including free transportation. Limit 1 per UCID.

Presented in collaboration with the Office of Spiritual Life and the Center for Identity and Inclusion.

TICKETS FOR THIS ARTS PASS EVENT ARE NO LONGER AVAILABLE.
4/28/2016 7:30 PM
Thursdays, April 28-May 19, 8:30pmThe Revival1160 E 55th StOff-Off Campus Presents: Honey Someone Else Shrunk the KidsOff-Off Campus is the second oldest student improvisational theater troupe in the country, their first Generation forming in 1986.  Now in its 30th Generation, Off-Off continues to serve up unique and weekly shows which feature sketch comedy, improvisation, and various Pre- and Afterglow performances from groups around campus.  Alumni include playwrights David Auburn and Greg Kotis, as well as innumerable writers, performers, upstanding civilians, and others who also turned out fine.  See them here first or see all five for just $15 with a SEASON PASS! For comprehensive Off-Off Campus news and information visit us on Facebook.Some adult language and scenarios, not advised for young children.Individual Tickets: $5**In the event of a SOLD OUT performance all complimentary tickets must be picked up 15 minutes prior to curtain and Quarter Pass holders must arrive no later than 9pm to reserve your seat.TICKETS FOR THURSDAY, APRIL 28TH ARE NO LONGER AVAILABLE ONLINE BUT CAN STILL BE PURCHASED AT THE DOOR UNTIL SHOW TIME.
Off-Off Campus
Thursdays, April 28-May 19, 8:30pm
The Revival
1160 E 55th St


Off-Off Campus Presents: Honey Someone Else Shrunk the Kids

Off-Off Campus is the second oldest student improvisational theater troupe in the country, their first Generation forming in 1986.  Now in its 30th Generation, Off-Off continues to serve up unique and weekly shows which feature sketch comedy, improvisation, and various Pre- and Afterglow performances from groups around campus.  Alumni include playwrights David Auburn and Greg Kotis, as well as innumerable writers, performers, upstanding civilians, and others who also turned out fine.  See them here first or see all five for just $15 with a SEASON PASS!
 
For comprehensive Off-Off Campus news and information visit us on Facebook.

Some adult language and scenarios, not advised for young children.

Individual Tickets: $5

**In the event of a SOLD OUT performance all complimentary tickets must be picked up 15 minutes prior to curtain and Quarter Pass holders must arrive no later than 9pm to reserve your seat.

TICKETS FOR THURSDAY, APRIL 28TH ARE NO LONGER AVAILABLE ONLINE BUT CAN STILL BE PURCHASED AT THE DOOR UNTIL SHOW TIME.
4/28/2016 To 5/19/2016
Friday, April 29, 6pmHutchinson Commons CourtyardFOTA invites you to kick off this year's SpringFest in artful celebration at our Launch Party! Join us for a night filled with visual exhibitions, a fashion show, live artmaking, DIY take-home crafts, and live performances. Tickets: $5
FOTA SpringFest Launch Party
Friday, April 29, 6pm
Hutchinson Commons Courtyard


FOTA invites you to kick off this year's SpringFest in artful celebration at our Launch Party! Join us for a night filled with visual exhibitions, a fashion show, live artmaking, DIY take-home crafts, and live performances.

Tickets: $5
4/29/2016 6:00 PM
Friday, April 29, 7:30 pmLogan Center, Performance HallLed by GRAMMY award-winning drummer Dion Parson, this 7-piece band features a fresh, innovative sound mixing US Virgin Islands traditions with other Caribbean infusions like reggae, calypso, soca, mento, ska, zouk, steel pan, chutney, and funk with New Orleans and African overtones. Together, these supremely talented artists deliver their special brand of Caribbean jazz with down-home sophistication and a high energy level that has audiences—young and old—soaring to their feet time and time again.Click here to visit the University of Chicago Presents website.
Dion Parson and the 21st Century Band
Friday, April 29, 7:30 pm
Logan Center, Performance Hall

Led by GRAMMY award-winning drummer Dion Parson, this 7-piece band features a fresh, innovative sound mixing US Virgin Islands traditions with other Caribbean infusions like reggae, calypso, soca, mento, ska, zouk, steel pan, chutney, and funk with New Orleans and African overtones. Together, these supremely talented artists deliver their special brand of Caribbean jazz with down-home sophistication and a high energy level that has audiences—young and old—soaring to their feet time and time again.

Click here to visit the University of Chicago Presents website.
4/29/2016 7:30 PM
Saturday, April 30, 10am-6pmRegistration/check-in begins at 9amLogan Center, Performance HallIn years past, the conference has been centered around themes such as Making No Little Plans, Putting Theory into Action, and Creating Revolutions. This year at TEDxUChicago 2016: On The Margins, we will focus on the grey area between establishing knowledge and new theory. Where is innovation right now? How is existing knowledge being pushed to its limits? Whether it be talking about innovations on the brink of something great to marginalized groups in society to ideas that stray from the norm, our speakers and attendees will be encouraged to step back and explore the limits and margins outside conventional, central thinking.TEDxUChicago is a local, independently organized TEDx event. Visit our website at http://www.tedxuchicago.com or email us at info@tedxuchicago.com with any questions.Tickets: UChicago students: $10 / Chicago-area students (non UofC): $20 / General Admission: $35VIP Tickets (including a historical tour of the university led by one of the speakers, and entry to the VIP reception from 7-8:30pm): UChicago students: $30 / Chicago-area university students (non UofC): $40 / General Admission: $55TICKETS FOR THIS EVENT ARE SOLD OUT.
TEDxUChicago 2016: On the Margins
Saturday, April 30, 10am-6pm
Registration/check-in begins at 9am
Logan Center, Performance Hall


In years past, the conference has been centered around themes such as Making No Little Plans, Putting Theory into Action, and Creating Revolutions. This year at TEDxUChicago 2016: On The Margins, we will focus on the grey area between establishing knowledge and new theory. Where is innovation right now? How is existing knowledge being pushed to its limits? Whether it be talking about innovations on the brink of something great to marginalized groups in society to ideas that stray from the norm, our speakers and attendees will be encouraged to step back and explore the limits and margins outside conventional, central thinking.

TEDxUChicago is a local, independently organized TEDx event. Visit our website at http://www.tedxuchicago.com or email us at info@tedxuchicago.com with any questions.

Tickets:

UChicago students: $10 / Chicago-area students (non UofC): $20 / General Admission: $35

VIP Tickets (including a historical tour of the university led by one of the speakers, and entry to the VIP reception from 7-8:30pm):

UChicago students: $30 / Chicago-area university students (non UofC): $40 / General Admission: $55

TICKETS FOR THIS EVENT ARE SOLD OUT.
4/30/2016 10:00 AM
Saturday, April 30, 12-4pmLogan CenterFeatured Performers: Story TownRoom 2011-2pm / Ages 6 to 11Story town is an interactive arts experience for children. The audience is an integral part of the fun, as each and every story is woven based on the suggestions of kids of all ages. At the start of the show, the audience picks a location for their story to take place and then become hands on in decorating the backdrop to start to bring our imaginations to life. As the tale unfolds, graphic artists construct props, paint backdrops, modify costumes, and otherwise create an environment as silly and unique as the story.ShantaRoom 8023-4pm / All AgesExplore the traditions of folklore music through song and dance the legendary Shanta Nurullah.Featured Workshops:Mommy and Me Yoga with BlancaRoom 80212-1pm / Ages 2-5Enjoy a fun-filled class approaching yoga postures, breathing techniques, partner work and relaxation through play and yoga games. Open to parents and children.Arts and Crafts with Live Arts StudioGidwidtz Lobby12-3pm / All AgesEnjoy a fun afternoon creating family-friendly arts and crafts projects.Music to the Beat with Pat PikeRoom 8021-2pm / Ages 2-5This upbeat workshop will invite children to move to the beat as they learn educational concepts!Rebirth Poetry Ensemble Word PlayRoom 8012-3pm / Ages 8-11Use your imagination and improve skills to create fun words and innovative poems with the award winning poetry ensemble Rebirth!Ayodele Drum and DanceRoom 6033-4pm / Ages 6-11Explore the dynamic of movements of West African Dance with an Ayodele Drum and Dance, a women centered community of traditional drummers and dancers!And Much More! Tickets: $5 single tickets, $20 families of 5+Check-In at the Welcome Table located at the North Entrance to receive your Wrist Band and to secure entry to the workshops. Workshop capacities are limited and entry is first-come, first-served. Early arrival is recommended.
Family Saturday Festival

Saturday, April 30, 12-4pm
Logan Center

Featured Performers:


Story Town
Room 201
1-2pm / Ages 6 to 11


Story town is an interactive arts experience for children. The audience is an integral part of the fun, as each and every story is woven based on the suggestions of kids of all ages. At the start of the show, the audience picks a location for their story to take place and then become hands on in decorating the backdrop to start to bring our imaginations to life. As the tale unfolds, graphic artists construct props, paint backdrops, modify costumes, and otherwise create an environment as silly and unique as the story.

Shanta
Room 802
3-4pm / All Ages

Explore the traditions of folklore music through song and dance the legendary Shanta Nurullah.

Featured Workshops:


Mommy and Me Yoga with Blanca
Room 802
12-1pm / Ages 2-5

Enjoy a fun-filled class approaching yoga postures, breathing techniques, partner work and relaxation through play and yoga games. Open to parents and children.

Arts and Crafts with Live Arts Studio
Gidwidtz Lobby
12-3pm / All Ages

Enjoy a fun afternoon creating family-friendly arts and crafts projects.

Music to the Beat with Pat Pike
Room 802
1-2pm / Ages 2-5

This upbeat workshop will invite children to move to the beat as they learn educational concepts!

Rebirth Poetry Ensemble Word Play
Room 801
2-3pm / Ages 8-11

Use your imagination and improve skills to create fun words and innovative poems with the award winning poetry ensemble Rebirth!

Ayodele Drum and Dance
Room 603
3-4pm / Ages 6-11

Explore the dynamic of movements of West African Dance with an Ayodele Drum and Dance, a women centered community of traditional drummers and dancers!

And Much More!

Tickets: $5 single tickets, $20 families of 5+

Check-In at the Welcome Table located at the North Entrance to receive your Wrist Band and to secure entry to the workshops. Workshop capacities are limited and entry is first-come, first-served. Early arrival is recommended.

4/30/2016 12:00 PM
Saturday, April 30, 7:30pmRockefeller Chapel5850 S Woodlawn AveThe Rockefeller Chapel Choir and Avalon Quartet partner to celebrate the CD release of director James Kallembach's monumental new St. John Passion, produced by Patrick Dupré Quigley (commissioned for the Chapel and premiered in 2014). Kallembach's work uses the traditional St. John narrative interspersed with classic humanistic texts on the nature of evil from Goethe's Faust, Shakespeare's Macbeth, and Dante's Inferno.Tickets: $20 General / Free to all students with university IDThe approximate run time of this event will be 2 hours including one intermission.
Kallembach St. John Passion
Saturday, April 30, 7:30pm
Rockefeller Chapel
5850 S Woodlawn Ave

The Rockefeller Chapel Choir and Avalon Quartet partner to celebrate the CD release of director James Kallembach's monumental new St. John Passion, produced by Patrick Dupré Quigley (commissioned for the Chapel and premiered in 2014). Kallembach's work uses the traditional St. John narrative interspersed with classic humanistic texts on the nature of evil from Goethe's Faust, Shakespeare's Macbeth, and Dante's Inferno.

Tickets: $20 General / Free to all students with university ID

The approximate run time of this event will be 2 hours including one intermission.
4/30/2016 7:30 PM
Tuesday, May 4, 5pmLogan Center, Performance PenthouseThe Arts, Science & Culture initiative invites you to the 2015-16 Graduate Collaboration Grantees' penultimate presentations. This year's grants were awarded to six collaborative teams of graduate students from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago (SAIC) and the University of Chicago. Reception to follow in the Performance Penthouse.PRESENTATIONS:Molecular MovementAndrew Bearnot (MFA candidate, Visual Art, UChicago); Ken Ellis-Guardiola (PhD student, Chemistry, UChicago); Jeff Montgomery (PhD student, Chemistry, UChicago) Crystals: Order and DisorderApril Martin (MFA candidate, Sculpture, SAIC); Nicole James (PhD candidate, Chemistry, UChicago)Filament FindingsKeeley Haftner (MFA candidate, Fiber and Material Studies, SAIC); Will McFadden (PhD candidate, Biophysics, UChicago) Magnifying IdentityJan Brugger (MFA candidate, Visual arts, UChicago); K. Supriya (Ph.D candidate, Evolutionary Biology, UChicago)Scaling QuelccayaMeredith Leich (MFA candidate, Film, Video, New Media, and Animation, SAIC); Andrew Malone (PhD candidate, Glaciology and Climatology, UChicago)Woven RelationsDylan Fish (MFA candidate, Fiber & Material Studies, SAIC); Daniel Johnstone (PhD candidate, Mathematics, UChicago)The Arts, Science & Culture Graduate Collaboration Grants encourage independent trans-disciplinary research between students in the arts, social sciences, and the sciences. Each group consists of two or more graduate students, with at least one in the arts and one in either science or social science, who work together over the course of two quarters to investigate a subject from the perspectives offered by their disciplines. Funding for the Arts, Science & Culture Graduate Collaboration grants comes from the Office of the Provost and the Institute for Molecular Engineering sciences. Tickets: Free and open to the public but reservations are recommended.
2015-16 Arts, Science & Culture Graduate Collaboration Grantee Presentations
Tuesday, May 4, 5pm
Logan Center, Performance Penthouse

The Arts, Science & Culture initiative invites you to the 2015-16 Graduate Collaboration Grantees' penultimate presentations. This year's grants were awarded to six collaborative teams of graduate students from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago (SAIC) and the University of Chicago. 

Reception to follow in the Performance Penthouse.

PRESENTATIONS:

Molecular Movement

Andrew Bearnot (MFA candidate, Visual Art, UChicago); Ken Ellis-Guardiola (PhD student, Chemistry, UChicago); Jeff Montgomery (PhD student, Chemistry, UChicago) 

Crystals: Order and Disorder

April Martin (MFA candidate, Sculpture, SAIC); Nicole James (PhD candidate, Chemistry, UChicago)

Filament Findings

Keeley Haftner (MFA candidate, Fiber and Material Studies, SAIC); Will McFadden (PhD candidate, Biophysics, UChicago) 

Magnifying Identity

Jan Brugger (MFA candidate, Visual arts, UChicago); K. Supriya (Ph.D candidate, Evolutionary Biology, UChicago)

Scaling Quelccaya

Meredith Leich (MFA candidate, Film, Video, New Media, and Animation, SAIC); Andrew Malone (PhD candidate, Glaciology and Climatology, UChicago)

Woven Relations

Dylan Fish (MFA candidate, Fiber & Material Studies, SAIC); Daniel Johnstone (PhD candidate, Mathematics, UChicago)

The Arts, Science & Culture Graduate Collaboration Grants encourage independent trans-disciplinary research between students in the arts, social sciences, and the sciences. Each group consists of two or more graduate students, with at least one in the arts and one in either science or social science, who work together over the course of two quarters to investigate a subject from the perspectives offered by their disciplines. Funding for the Arts, Science & Culture Graduate Collaboration grants comes from the Office of the Provost and the Institute for Molecular Engineering sciences.

Tickets: Free and open to the public but reservations are recommended.
5/4/2016 5:00 PM
Thursday, May 5, 5:30pmFrank Lloyd Wright Frederick C. Robie House5757 S Woodlawn AveJoin our student night at Frank Lloyd Wright's on-campus historic architectural masterpiece, the Frederick C. Robie House. Learn from student docents on exclusive tours of the interior spaces, listen to live music from student performers, build your own modernist masterwork out of LEGO® blocks, sketch the spaces you see, or simply explore the entire building on your own.Free admission with UCID. Refreshments provided. Limit 1 RSVP per UCID.
ARTS PASS: Student Night at The Robie House
Thursday, May 5, 5:30pm
Frank Lloyd Wright Frederick C. Robie House
5757 S Woodlawn Ave


Join our student night at Frank Lloyd Wright's on-campus historic architectural masterpiece, the Frederick C. Robie House. Learn from student docents on exclusive tours of the interior spaces, listen to live music from student performers, build your own modernist masterwork out of LEGO® blocks, sketch the spaces you see, or simply explore the entire building on your own.

Free admission with UCID. Refreshments provided. Limit 1 RSVP per UCID.
5/5/2016 7:30 PM
Friday, May 6, 7:30pmLogan Center, Performance HallThe enchanting vocal trio provides rich and beautiful interpretations of ancient Armenian village folk melodies while introducing a sophisticated lyricism and energy."Zulal is completely enchanting, providing rich and beautiful interpretations of ancient songs. They are one of the most exciting developments in Armenian music today." – Atom EgoyanClick here to visit the University of Chicago Presents website.Subscriptions available here.
Zulal
Friday, May 6, 7:30pm
Logan Center, Performance Hall


The enchanting vocal trio provides rich and beautiful interpretations of ancient Armenian village folk melodies while introducing a sophisticated lyricism and energy.

"Zulal is completely enchanting, providing rich and beautiful interpretations of ancient songs. They are one of the most exciting developments in Armenian music today." – Atom Egoyan

Click here to visit the University of Chicago Presents website.

Subscriptions available here.
5/6/2016 7:30 PM
Saturday, May 7, 2pm & 7:30pmLogan Center, Theater WestApsara, UChicago's Classical Indian dance organization, weaves passages from the English translation of Vincente Huidobro's epic poem Altazor and other works of literature to depict the nine classical emotions known as the Navarasa. With nine dance vignettes, Apsara explores the relationship between pure technique and storytelling movements that bring to life a deeply-rooted artistic tradition for contemporary audiences.Tickets: $6 in advance / $8 at the doorThis performance will run approximately 90 minutes with one 10 minute intermission.
Navarasa: Reimagined
Saturday, May 7, 2pm & 7:30pm
Logan Center, Theater West


Apsara, UChicago's Classical Indian dance organization, weaves passages from the English translation of Vincente Huidobro's epic poem Altazor and other works of literature to depict the nine classical emotions known as the Navarasa. With nine dance vignettes, Apsara explores the relationship between pure technique and storytelling movements that bring to life a deeply-rooted artistic tradition for contemporary audiences.

Tickets: $6 in advance / $8 at the door

This performance will run approximately 90 minutes with one 10 minute intermission.
5/7/2016
Friday, May 13, 7:30pmLogan Center, Performance Hall(General Admission Seating)Program will include works by Pierce Gradone, Jack Hughes, Joungbum Lee, and Kate Pukinskis.FREE RESERVATIONS ARE RECOMMENDED BUT NOT REQUIRED FOR THIS EVENT. SEATING WILL BE GENERAL ADMISSION.Click here to visit the University of Chicago Presents website.
Contempo – Tomorrow's Music Today I
Friday, May 13, 7:30pm
Logan Center, Performance Hall

(General Admission Seating)

Program will include works by Pierce Gradone, Jack Hughes, Joungbum Lee, and Kate Pukinskis.

FREE RESERVATIONS ARE RECOMMENDED BUT NOT REQUIRED FOR THIS EVENT. SEATING WILL BE GENERAL ADMISSION.


Click here to visit the University of Chicago Presents website.
5/13/2016 7:30 PM
Saturday, May 14, 5-10pmHutchinson CourtyardFor this year’s lineup and the latest SB16 information, please visit our Facebook event page at https://www.facebook.com/events/1699864786955208/PLEASE NOTE: Tickets purchased online or at the Logan Center Box Office will be numbered 801-2250. In case of rain, the event will be moved into Mandel Hall, and due to its limited capacity, only tickets 1-800 will be honored. If you want to purchase a rain-protected ticket, tickets 1-800 will be sold in person by MAB at the Mandel Box Office in the Reynolds Club, starting at 10am on Sunday, May 1st.Tickets: $20 for students (both undergrad & grad), $25 for faculty & staffTICKETS #1-800 GO ON SALE SUNDAY, MAY 1ST AT 10AM IN PERSON AT THE MANDEL BOX OFFICE INSIDE THE REYNOLDS CLUB.TICKETS #801-2250 GO ON SALE SUNDAY, MAY 1ST AT 5PM ONLINE AND TUESDAY, MAY 3RD AT 12PM IN PERSON AT THE UCHICAGO ARTS BOX OFFICE.
MAB Presents: Summer Breeze 2016
Saturday, May 14, 5-10pm
Hutchinson Courtyard

For this year’s lineup and the latest SB16 information, please visit our Facebook event page at https://www.facebook.com/events/1699864786955208/

PLEASE NOTE: Tickets purchased online or at the Logan Center Box Office will be numbered 801-2250. In case of rain, the event will be moved into Mandel Hall, and due to its limited capacity, only tickets 1-800 will be honored. If you want to purchase a rain-protected ticket, tickets 1-800 will be sold in person by MAB at the Mandel Box Office in the Reynolds Club, starting at 10am on Sunday, May 1st.

Tickets: $20 for students (both undergrad & grad), $25 for faculty & staff

TICKETS #1-800 GO ON SALE SUNDAY, MAY 1ST AT 10AM IN PERSON AT THE MANDEL BOX OFFICE INSIDE THE REYNOLDS CLUB.

TICKETS #801-2250 GO ON SALE SUNDAY, MAY 1ST AT 5PM ONLINE AND TUESDAY, MAY 3RD AT 12PM IN PERSON AT THE UCHICAGO ARTS BOX OFFICE.
5/14/2016 5:00 PM
Friday, May 20, 7pmSaturday, May 21, 3pmSunday, May 22, 3pmFXK Theater, Reynolds Club人们抬起头仰望宇宙,在那一片遥远漫长的时空中,飘浮着多少无影无形的物质;人们低下头审视自己,在每一颗捉摸不透的内心里,隐藏了怎样暗潮汹涌的秘密。天人同理。身处社会之中的我们,每个人就像宇宙中的一颗星球,孤独地旋转、穿行,又时刻受到他人引力的牵拉与撕扯。而最终真正决定我们人生轨道的,往往是自己内心里,那些看不见的“暗物质”。爱与恨,哭与笑,沉默与爆发,生存与毁灭,皆在一念之间。刘星是美国一所名牌大学物理系的留学生。这个原本意气风发踌躇满志的小伙子,却在五年之后一个大雪纷飞的下午,把枪口指向了他的朋友和导师。是什么原因,导致了他的坠落?他们是如何一点一点地,掉入这个悲剧的漩涡?让我们掰开了揉碎了,把这个孤独的异乡人的故事说给你听。了解整个宇宙与了解一个灵魂,到底哪个更难?Tickets: $10 Students / $12 General AdmissionAppropriate for ages 15 and up. This performance will run approximately 2 hours and 30 minutes with one intermission.
Dark Matter
Friday, May 20, 7pm
Saturday, May 21, 3pm
Sunday, May 22, 3pm
FXK Theater, Reynolds Club

人们抬起头仰望宇宙,在那一片遥远漫长的时空中,飘浮着多少无影无形的物质;
人们低下头审视自己,在每一颗捉摸不透的内心里,隐藏了怎样暗潮汹涌的秘密。

天人同理。身处社会之中的我们,每个人就像宇宙中的一颗星球,孤独地旋转、穿行,又时刻受到他人引力的牵拉与撕扯。而最终真正决定我们人生轨道的,往往是自己内心里,那些看不见的“暗物质”。爱与恨,哭与笑,沉默与爆发,生存与毁灭,皆在一念之间。

刘星是美国一所名牌大学物理系的留学生。这个原本意气风发踌躇满志的小伙子,却在五年之后一个大雪纷飞的下午,把枪口指向了他的朋友和导师。是什么原因,导致了他的坠落?他们是如何一点一点地,掉入这个悲剧的漩涡?让我们掰开了揉碎了,把这个孤独的异乡人的故事说给你听。

了解整个宇宙与了解一个灵魂,到底哪个更难?

Tickets: $10 Students / $12 General Admission

Appropriate for ages 15 and up. This performance will run approximately 2 hours and 30 minutes with one intermission.
5/20/2016 To 5/22/2016
Friday, May 20, 7:30pmLogan Center, Performance Hall(General Admission Seating)Program will include works by Alican Camci Tomas Gueglio Saccone, Igor Santos and Phil Taylor.FREE RESERVATIONS ARE RECOMMENDED BUT NOT REQUIRED FOR THIS EVENT. SEATING WILL BE GENERAL ADMISSION.Click here to visit the University of Chicago Presents website.
Contempo – Tomorrow's Music Today II
Friday, May 20, 7:30pm
Logan Center, Performance Hall

(General Admission Seating)

Program will include works by Alican Camci Tomas Gueglio Saccone, Igor Santos and Phil Taylor.

FREE RESERVATIONS ARE RECOMMENDED BUT NOT REQUIRED FOR THIS EVENT. SEATING WILL BE GENERAL ADMISSION.

Click here to visit the University of Chicago Presents website.
5/20/2016 7:30 PM
Sunday, May 22, 12-3 pmHutchinson CommonsMEDLIFE at UChicago is hosting our annual Dance for LIFE, three fun-filled hours of different dance workshops and workouts. Register a team to compete for the Most Fundraised and Most Spirited gift baskets! We also welcome individual dancers!Visit medlifedanceathon.tumblr.com for more details.  Tickets: $20 for teams; $6 for individuals.
MEDLIFE at UChicago's Dance for LIFE
Sunday, May 22, 12-3 pm
Hutchinson Commons


MEDLIFE at UChicago is hosting our annual Dance for LIFE, three fun-filled hours of different dance workshops and workouts. Register a team to compete for the Most Fundraised and Most Spirited gift baskets! We also welcome individual dancers!

Visit medlifedanceathon.tumblr.com for more details. 

Tickets: $20 for teams; $6 for individuals.
5/22/2016 12:00 PM
Wednesday, May 25, 6-8pmLogan Center, Performance HallCelebrate the end of another amazing year at UChicago Charter School through an evening of performances and artwork by students from all four campuses! Organized by UChicago Charter's arts teachers, this special event showcases our young people's creative growth and diverse artistic achievements, and the capacity of the arts to inspire us all.All community members are invited to attend to support and recognize our students' many creative successes. Proceeds from the show will benefit arts education across the UChicago Charter network.Tickets:–UChicago Charter Families and Students ($10 adults, $5 students)–Friends of the Arts ($15)–Supporters of the Arts ($100)Photos by Mark Blanchard
Variety: A Celebration of the Arts at UChicago Charter School
Wednesday, May 25, 6-8pm
Logan Center, Performance Hall


Celebrate the end of another amazing year at UChicago Charter School through an evening of performances and artwork by students from all four campuses! Organized by UChicago Charter's arts teachers, this special event showcases our young people's creative growth and diverse artistic achievements, and the capacity of the arts to inspire us all.

All community members are invited to attend to support and recognize our students' many creative successes. Proceeds from the show will benefit arts education across the UChicago Charter network.

Tickets:

–UChicago Charter Families and Students ($10 adults, $5 students)
–Friends of the Arts ($15)
–Supporters of the Arts ($100)

Photos by Mark Blanchard
5/25/2016 6:00 PM
Thursday, May 26, 7:30 pmLogan Center, Performance HallIdentities are ChangableSaxophonist and MacArthur Fellow Miquel Zenón has masterfully balanced and blended the often-contradictory poles of innovation and tradition. A song cycle for his quartet plus big band and video, his "Identities are Changable" project explores the experience of Puerto Ricans who have moved to New York.Click here to visit the University of Chicago Presents website.
Miguel Zenón
Thursday, May 26, 7:30 pm
Logan Center, Performance Hall

Identities are Changable

Saxophonist and MacArthur Fellow Miquel Zenón has masterfully balanced and blended the often-contradictory poles of innovation and tradition. A song cycle for his quartet plus big band and video, his "Identities are Changable" project explores the experience of Puerto Ricans who have moved to New York.

Click here to visit the University of Chicago Presents website.
5/26/2016 7:30 PM
Box Office Number: 773.702.ARTS