Medievalist and musician Benjamin Bagby and his six-string harp bewitch audiences in this “double tour de force of scholarly excavation and artistic dynamism “(San Francisco Chronicle), commissioned by the Utrecht Early Music Festival and Lincoln Center.
"Bagby mesmerized his Berkeley crowd, which included its share of medieval buffs and scholars…But while it was happening they might as well have been children sitting around a campfire, listening to ghost stories… — the theater was stone silent." – San Jose Mercury News
6:30 PM lecture: Christina von Nolcken
All tickets include an additional $1 handling fee per ticket.
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Saturday, March 21, 2-3pm
Logan Center, Room 501
Following the long-standing Chicago tradition of improvisation in Chicago's Theatre scene, Teaching Lab Collaborations is offering students a chance to study improv and see if they really have what it takes! Using games and exercises in improvisation students will learn how to work as an ensemble, create characters and build the confidence needed to come out of their shells.
Recommended for ages 5-10.
Maximum Capacity: 25 children.
Reservations required for participating children only.
Ticket reservations will be released if not redeemed 15 minutes prior to the start of the workshop.