February – November 2014
The New York Times says “The Acting Company endures as the major touring classical theater company in the United States.”
On consecutive nights in Oswego, they attempt a daring artistic long-jump from the Bard’s masterpiece of Hamlet to Tom Stoppard’s witty revisioning Rosencrantz & Guildenstern are Dead
Parking is available in lots E-6 & E-18: See Campus Parking Map
In preparation for International Women’s Day on March 8, Unsinkable Women: Stories and Songs from the Titanic is performed by actor and writer Deborah Jean Templin. It is a play about women from diverse backgrounds who survived the Titanic and went on to live notable lives. They contributed to the continuing struggles for women’s rights and emancipation in the United States. Based on actual diaries, letters and interviews Unsinkable Women brings to life these famous figures including Madeline Astor (the beautiful teenage bride of John Jacob Astor, one of the wealthiest men in America) and Margaret Tobin Brown – the “Unsinkable Molly” herself – whose account of the Titanic’s final moments brings the evening to its dramatic climax.
Unsinkable Women by Deborah Jean Templin
Deborah Jean Templin Website
Baroque pieces have been used in many different settings since their inception, from grandiose Romantic renditions to contemporary rock versions. This concert explores Baroque music as inspiration for different styles of dance: Modern, Classical, and, of course, Baroque. The concert features Ligia Pinheiro– dancer, historian, and choreographer– dance students, and Juan La Manna, performing and conducting.
Join ARTSwego at The CNY Great Pumpkin Festival
as we welcome Open Hand Theater to the event
Founded in 1980, multi-award winning Open Hand Theater has created its own unique style of grand scale puppetry and will add to the fun and entertainment for adults and children alike, at this fun family weekend.
Third Rail Projects Performances:
Friday, October 10 • 6:30 PM
Friday, October 10 • 8 PM
Saturday, October 11 • 6:30 PM
Saturday, October 11 • 8 PM
Third Rail Projects won high praise from New York critics for last season’s Then She Fell, based on the writings of Lewis Carroll. The Bessie Awardwinning ensemble creates their next dance theater work, entitled Anthem, at Oswego’s Fort Ontario, using its intricate architecture as their inspiration and stage!
Third Rail abandons the conventional distance between performer and observer, inviting every participant to deeper immersion in the creative process. Fresh vantage points and surprising juxtapositions are their stock in trade. A thrilling, perspective-changing evening!
Oswego State Theatre & Music Department present
The Rocky Horror Show
Opening on Halloween – the ’70s musical that inspired the midnight movie cult classic
Book, Music & Lyrics by Richard O’Brien
Stage Direction by Jonel Langenfeld
Musical Direction by Todd Graber
Produced under arrangement with Samuel French Inc.
Friday & Saturday, October 31 & November 1 • 7:30 PM
Friday & Saturday, November 7 & 8 • 7:30 PM
Friday & Saturday, November 14 & 15 • 7:30 PM
The performance is suggested for ages 16 & above and contains scenes with (brief) nudity.
The Artville Cafe in Hewitt will be open for business prior to all performances & through intermission.
The Box Office will open 90 minutes prior to each performance.
“Participation bags” will be available for purchase prior to each performance.
For further information, call 312-2141.
The Student Association and SAPB Present Internationally Renowned African Dance Troupe Leader and Drummer Kerfala (Fana) Bangoura and the Mounafanyi Percussion & Dance Ensemble
Guinean-born master drummer Bangoura, who teaches dance & music at the University of Rochester, and the Mounafanyi Percussion and Dance Ensemble visit for a free performance. Light refreshments are served. Presented by the Student Association and SAPB.