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Chamber Music Concert II

Tue, 04/18/2017 - 6:30pm

The UVa-Wise Hand Bell Ensemble, Guitar Ensemble, Bluegrass Ensemble, and The Wise Guys will perform for this concert.  Cultural activity credit is available.

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Chamber Music Concert I

Thu, 04/13/2017 - 6:30pm

The UVa-Wise Clarinet Choir will perform during this recital.  Cultural activity credit is available.

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Honors Recital

Thu, 01/26/2017 - 7:30pm

Music majors specially selected by the Division of Music will perform during this recital.  This event is available for cultural activity credit.

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Tapestry of Carols

Fri, 12/02/2016 - 7:30pm

The UVa-Wise Concert Choir along with Central, Union, and Eastside High Schools will perform during this event.  Cultural activity credit is available.

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Our Town Hell House

Thu, 11/17/2016 - 8:00pm

The production will take place in Wyllie Hall.  Free to students and public.  Cultural activity credit is available.

Synopsis – Written by Michael Hunt.  Using elements of Thornton Wilder’s classic Our Town, the haunted Hell House, and referencing New York Dada, the production is an meditation on the third act of Our Town. Specifically, the premise that the living are unaware of the weight and value of their existence.

 

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Our Town Hell House

Wed, 11/16/2016 - 8:00pm

The production will take place in Wyllie Hall.  Free to students and public.  Cultural activity credit is available.

Synopsis – Written by Michael Hunt.  Using elements of Thornton Wilder’s classic Our Town, the haunted Hell House, and referencing New York Dada, the production is an meditation on the third act of Our Town. Specifically, the premise that the living are unaware of the weight and value of their existence.

 

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Our Town Hell House

Tue, 11/15/2016 - 8:00pm

The production will take place in Wyllie Hall.  Free to students and public.  Cultural activity credit is available.

Synopsis – Written by Michael Hunt.  Using elements of Thornton Wilder’s classic Our Town, the haunted Hell House, and referencing New York Dada, the production is an meditation on the third act of Our Town. Specifically, the premise that the living are unaware of the weight and value of their existence.

 

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Our Town Hell House

Mon, 11/14/2016 - 8:00pm

The production will take place in Wyllie Hall.  Free to students and public.  Cultural activity credit is available.

Synopsis – Written by Michael Hunt.  Using elements of Thornton Wilder’s classic Our Town, the haunted Hell House, and referencing New York Dada, the production is an meditation on the third act of Our Town. Specifically, the premise that the living are unaware of the weight and value of their existence.

 

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Our Town Hell House

Sun, 11/13/2016 - 8:00pm

The production will take place in Wyllie Hall.  Free to students and public.  Cultural activity credit is available.

Synopsis – Written by Michael Hunt.  Using elements of Thornton Wilder’s classic Our Town, the haunted Hell House, and referencing New York Dada, the production is an meditation on the third act of Our Town. Specifically, the premise that the living are unaware of the weight and value of their existence.

 

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Our Town Hell House

Sat, 11/12/2016 - 8:00pm

The production will take place in Wyllie Hall.  Free to students and public.  Cultural activity credit is available.

Synopsis – Written by Michael Hunt.  Using elements of Thornton Wilder’s classic Our Town, the haunted Hell House, and referencing New York Dada, the production is an meditation on the third act of Our Town. Specifically, the premise that the living are unaware of the weight and value of their existence.

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Our Town Hell House

Fri, 11/11/2016 - 8:00pm

The production will take place in Wyllie Hall.  Free to students and public.  Cultural activity credit is available.

Synopsis – Written by Michael Hunt.  Using elements of Thornton Wilder’s classic Our Town, the haunted Hell House, and referencing New York Dada, the production is an meditation on the third act of Our Town. Specifically, the premise that the living are unaware of the weight and value of their existence.

 

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ArtScape

Fri, 11/11/2016 - 12:00am

ArtScape is a chance for local high school students to come to campus for the opportunity to participate in live, hands-on studio sessions in art, music, and theater.  Limited to 50 high school students per division.

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Fall Bands and Jazz Ensemble Concert

Mon, 11/07/2016 - 7:00pm

The Fall Bands and Jazz Ensemble Concert will feature the UVa-Wise Concert Band and Jazz Ensembles.  This event is available for cultural activity credit.

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Choirs Concert

Sun, 11/06/2016 - 7:30pm

The Concert Choir and Highland Chorale will be performing in Cantrell Banquet Hall.  This event is available for cultural activity credit.

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Marisol

Sun, 11/06/2016 - 2:00pm

Free for students with CAVs Card/$5 for public.  This is a cultural activity credit event.

Synopsis – Marisol was written by Jose Rivera.  Marisol Perez, a young Puerto Rican woman, is a copy editor for a Manhattan publisher. Although she has elevated herself into the white collar class, she continues to live alone in the dangerous Bronx neighborhood of her childhood. Marisol is visited by her guardian angel who informs her that she can no longer serve as Marisol’s protector because she has been called to join the revolution already in progress against an old and senile God who is dying and “taking the rest of the universe with him.” The war in heaven spills over into New York City, reducing it to a smoldering urban wasteland where giant fires send noxious smoke to darken the skies, where the moon has not been seen in months, where the food has been turned to salt, and water no longer seeks its level. Alone, without her protector, Marisol begins a nightmare journey into this new war zone.  Marisol finds herself on the streets, homeless. With the apocalypse well under way, the angels have traded in their wings for Uzis and wear leather motorcycle jackets and fatigues. As the action builds to a crescendo, the masses of homeless and displaced people join the angels in the war to save the universe.

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Marisol

Sat, 11/05/2016 - 7:00pm

Free for students with CAVs Card/$5 for public.  This is a cultural activity credit event.

Synopsis – Marisol was written by Jose Rivera.  Marisol Perez, a young Puerto Rican woman, is a copy editor for a Manhattan publisher. Although she has elevated herself into the white collar class, she continues to live alone in the dangerous Bronx neighborhood of her childhood. Marisol is visited by her guardian angel who informs her that she can no longer serve as Marisol’s protector because she has been called to join the revolution already in progress against an old and senile God who is dying and “taking the rest of the universe with him.” The war in heaven spills over into New York City, reducing it to a smoldering urban wasteland where giant fires send noxious smoke to darken the skies, where the moon has not been seen in months, where the food has been turned to salt, and water no longer seeks its level. Alone, without her protector, Marisol begins a nightmare journey into this new war zone.  Marisol finds herself on the streets, homeless. With the apocalypse well under way, the angels have traded in their wings for Uzis and wear leather motorcycle jackets and fatigues. As the action builds to a crescendo, the masses of homeless and displaced people join the angels in the war to save the universe.

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Marisol

Fri, 11/04/2016 - 7:00pm

Free for students with CAVs Card/$5 for public.  This is a cultural activity credit event.

Synopsis – Marisol was written by Jose Rivera.  Marisol Perez, a young Puerto Rican woman, is a copy editor for a Manhattan publisher. Although she has elevated herself into the white collar class, she continues to live alone in the dangerous Bronx neighborhood of her childhood. Marisol is visited by her guardian angel who informs her that she can no longer serve as Marisol’s protector because she has been called to join the revolution already in progress against an old and senile God who is dying and “taking the rest of the universe with him.” The war in heaven spills over into New York City, reducing it to a smoldering urban wasteland where giant fires send noxious smoke to darken the skies, where the moon has not been seen in months, where the food has been turned to salt, and water no longer seeks its level. Alone, without her protector, Marisol begins a nightmare journey into this new war zone.  Marisol finds herself on the streets, homeless. With the apocalypse well under way, the angels have traded in their wings for Uzis and wear leather motorcycle jackets and fatigues. As the action builds to a crescendo, the masses of homeless and displaced people join the angels in the war to save the universe.

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Marisol

Sun, 10/30/2016 - 1:00pm

Free for students with CAVs Card/$5 for public.  This is a cultural activity credit event.

Synopsis – Marisol was written by Jose Rivera.  Marisol Perez, a young Puerto Rican woman, is a copy editor for a Manhattan publisher. Although she has elevated herself into the white collar class, she continues to live alone in the dangerous Bronx neighborhood of her childhood. Marisol is visited by her guardian angel who informs her that she can no longer serve as Marisol’s protector because she has been called to join the revolution already in progress against an old and senile God who is dying and “taking the rest of the universe with him.” The war in heaven spills over into New York City, reducing it to a smoldering urban wasteland where giant fires send noxious smoke to darken the skies, where the moon has not been seen in months, where the food has been turned to salt, and water no longer seeks its level. Alone, without her protector, Marisol begins a nightmare journey into this new war zone.  Marisol finds herself on the streets, homeless. With the apocalypse well under way, the angels have traded in their wings for Uzis and wear leather motorcycle jackets and fatigues. As the action builds to a crescendo, the masses of homeless and displaced people join the angels in the war to save the universe.

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Marisol

Sat, 10/29/2016 - 7:00pm

Free for students with CAVs Card/$5 for public.  This is a cultural activity credit event.

Synopsis – Marisol was written by Jose Rivera.  Marisol Perez, a young Puerto Rican woman, is a copy editor for a Manhattan publisher. Although she has elevated herself into the white collar class, she continues to live alone in the dangerous Bronx neighborhood of her childhood. Marisol is visited by her guardian angel who informs her that she can no longer serve as Marisol’s protector because she has been called to join the revolution already in progress against an old and senile God who is dying and “taking the rest of the universe with him.” The war in heaven spills over into New York City, reducing it to a smoldering urban wasteland where giant fires send noxious smoke to darken the skies, where the moon has not been seen in months, where the food has been turned to salt, and water no longer seeks its level. Alone, without her protector, Marisol begins a nightmare journey into this new war zone.  Marisol finds herself on the streets, homeless. With the apocalypse well under way, the angels have traded in their wings for Uzis and wear leather motorcycle jackets and fatigues. As the action builds to a crescendo, the masses of homeless and displaced people join the angels in the war to save the universe.

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Marisol

Fri, 10/28/2016 - 7:00pm

Free for students with CAVs Card/$5 for public.  This is a cultural activity credit event.

Synopsis – Marisol was written by Jose Rivera.  Marisol Perez, a young Puerto Rican woman, is a copy editor for a Manhattan publisher. Although she has elevated herself into the white collar class, she continues to live alone in the dangerous Bronx neighborhood of her childhood. Marisol is visited by her guardian angel who informs her that she can no longer serve as Marisol’s protector because she has been called to join the revolution already in progress against an old and senile God who is dying and “taking the rest of the universe with him.” The war in heaven spills over into New York City, reducing it to a smoldering urban wasteland where giant fires send noxious smoke to darken the skies, where the moon has not been seen in months, where the food has been turned to salt, and water no longer seeks its level. Alone, without her protector, Marisol begins a nightmare journey into this new war zone.  Marisol finds herself on the streets, homeless. With the apocalypse well under way, the angels have traded in their wings for Uzis and wear leather motorcycle jackets and fatigues. As the action builds to a crescendo, the masses of homeless and displaced people join the angels in the war to save the universe.

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