USD Magazine, Winter 2001
February 25 MOSTLYMOZART This annual benefit concert for the Amadeus Music Fund features USD Professor Emeritus Henry Kolar and friends. 3 p.m., French Parlor. March 3-10 SIX CHARACTERS IN SEARCH OF AN AUTHOR by Luigi Pirandello Six peoplewalk into atheater troupe look– ing for an author to dramatize their sordid stories in this play within a play. Performed by master of fine arts students. Sacred Heart Hall. For information on times, call (619) 231-1941, ext. 2131. April 1 REQUIEM This masterpiece is performed by the USD Choral Scholars and the Los Angeles Baroque Orchestra on period instruments, directed by OndineYoung. 7:30 p.m., The lmmaculata. April 4-8 OUR COUNTRY'S GOOD by TTmberlake Wertenbacher A young British officer organizes a cast of convicts in an 18th century Australian penal colony to put on a play. Mature themes. 8 p.m., Shiley Theatre. $8 general admis– sion, $5 seniors and students. April 24-26 SOUND IMPRESSIONS Ill· MEDIEVAL SPIRITUALITY An interdisciplinary festival exploring the spiritual, philosophical, scientific and artis– tic world of the 12th century composer Hildegard van Bingen, directed by Marianne Pfau. Various times and locations. May 9-12 ACTORSANONYMOUS PRESENTS One-act plays produced, directed and per– formed by advanced theater arts students. Various times and locations. For general information on events, call the Fine Arts Office at (619) 260-2280 or go to www.acusd.edu. For tickets for select events, call the Box Office, 260-4600, ext. 4901, one week prior to the event.
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