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CANCELED Urinetown

Sunday, March 29, 2020 - 14:00

Tulane Musical Theatre Workshop presents Urinetown in historic Dixon Hall
After last year’s heralded production of Spring Awakening, the Tulane Musical Theatre Workshop is back with the Tony Award-winning URINETOWN.  Originally, Urinetown was the show that no production company would touch.  It was only after winning audiences over at the New York Fringe Festival that Urinetown made its Off-Broadway debut in May of 2001 and subsequently transferred to Broadway in September 2001 just after 9/11.  The production would go one to play for 965 performances.

CANCELED Urinetown

Saturday, March 28, 2020 - 19:30

Tulane Musical Theatre Workshop presents Urinetown in historic Dixon Hall
After last year’s heralded production of Spring Awakening, the Tulane Musical Theatre Workshop is back with the Tony Award winning URINETOWN.  Originally, Urinetown was the show that no production company would touch.  It was only after winning audiences over at the New York Fringe Festival that Urinetown made its Off-Broadway debut in May of 2001 and subsequently transferred to Broadway in September 2001 just after 9/11.  The production would go one to play for 965 performances.

CANCELED Urinetown

Friday, March 27, 2020 - 19:30

Tulane Musical Theatre Workshop presents Urinetown in historic Dixon Hall
After last year’s heralded production of Spring Awakening, the Tulane Musical Theatre Workshop is back with the Tony Award-winning URINETOWN.  Originally, Urinetown was the show that no production company would touch.  It was only after winning audiences over at the New York Fringe Festival that Urinetown made its Off-Broadway debut in May of 2001 and subsequently transferred to Broadway in September 2001 just after 9/11.  The production would go one to play for 965 performances.

Thursday Night Jazz - Gerald French

Thursday, March 5, 2020 - 19:00

Thursday Night Jazz, supported by a grant from Newcomb-Tulane College, is a new on-campus music series and a revamp of the Newcomb Department of Music’s long-running “Jazz At the Rat” program. Featured veteran jazz performers from the New Orleans music scene will be brought in each semester and perform along with the Jazz Program’s combos and big band. Events will be in the Recital Hall of Dixon Annex, 7-9pm, and  free and open to students and the general public.

National Book Award Winner Barry Lopez comes to Tulane

Monday, March 2, 2020 - 18:00

National Book Award winner and decorated author Barry Lopez will give a reading of and talk about his work at Tulane on March 2nd, 6:00 PM, Diboll Gallery (Room 300), The Commons. This is the final event of the 2019-2020 Environmental Studies Speaker Series, "American Water and Actual Air."
Over a long and decorated career, Lopez has written with vividness and specificity about the natural world and the people and creatures for whom the landscape is home. Robert McFarlane of the Guardian describes the experience of first reading Lopez's work thus: 

The Sino-French Text: A Migrant Aesthetic between China and France


Wednesday, March 4, 2020 - 15:00

Recent cultural production by Chinese immigrants to France such as Dai Sijie, Shan Sa and Gao Xingjian play out a complicated relationship to the political and aesthetic ideals that long characterized their home country in the French imaginary. Indeed, 19th century French race theory and world politics relegated China to the status of a rival power that needed to be subdued. Even over the next century, fear of Chinese invasion permeated the work of the most famous of France’s Sinophile writers like Victor Segalen and Marguerite Duras.

New Tulane Summer Abroad Program in Rome

Thursday, December 19, 2019 - 10:00

Starting this year Tulane is going to Rome with the French and Italian Department 5 weeks' program.
Students will study Italian Literature, Culture, Society related subjects in English and are also able to take a Global Management class, taught by a Business School professor. This class is counting for their BS Major and Minor. Since the goal of the program is to encourage students to experience Rome and Italian culture in their authentic context, the majority of courses are going to be held in situ and outside of the regular class environment.

She Loves Me - UPDATED SCHEDULE

Monday, July 15, 2019 - 19:30

She Loves Me opens at Summer Lyric Theatre at Tulane.  Change in performance schedule due to weather conditions.
Summer Lyric’s production of She Loves Me will open this evening (Thursday, 7/11) at 8:00pm as scheduled.  Due to pending weather conditions, we will be cancelling our Friday and Saturday evening performances and adding shows on Sunday and Monday at 7:30pm.
Ticket holders for Friday and Saturday will be able to exchange their tickets and use them for any of the other scheduled and added performances. (See current performance schedule below).  

She Loves Me - UPDATED SCHEDULE

Sunday, July 14, 2019 - 19:30

She Loves Me opens at Summer Lyric Theatre at Tulane.  Change in performance schedule due to weather conditions.
Summer Lyric’s production of She Loves Me will open this evening (Thursday, 7/11) at 8:00pm as scheduled.  Due to pending weather conditions, we will be cancelling our Friday and Saturday evening performances and adding shows on Sunday and Monday at 7:30pm.
Ticket holders for Friday and Saturday will be able to exchange their tickets and use them for any of the other scheduled and added performances. (See current performance schedule below).  

She Loves Me - UPDATED SCHEDULE

Sunday, July 14, 2019 - 14:00

She Loves Me opens at Summer Lyric Theatre at Tulane.  Change in performance schedule due to weather conditions.
Summer Lyric’s production of She Loves Me will open this evening (Thursday, 7/11) at 8:00pm as scheduled.  Due to pending weather conditions, we will be cancelling our Friday and Saturday evening performances and adding shows on Sunday and Monday at 7:30pm.
Ticket holders for Friday and Saturday will be able to exchange their tickets and use them for any of the other scheduled and added performances. (See current performance schedule below).  

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