The Rogers Center 2017-18 Season
There is More to Explore this Season. You can experience a prince tortured by love, murder, revenge and the supernatural…Classical Comments on power and politics….Actors playing characters playing playing characters (say, what?)…A funny and fascinating inside out look at the theater…Musical traditions from around the world…Midday escapes to nourish body and soul…Art that pushes boundaries and sparks the imagination…Plus a smorgasbord of cinema that is sure to thrill, chill, and turn heads with stunning surprises.
It’s all here, and it’s all just a ticket away. (Heck, some of it is even FREE). So whether you want to explore characters, explore cultures, or just shake off the dust of everyday life, join us for a season with …more!
- 55 Live performances
- 22 Films
- 10 Art Exhibitions
- And MORE . . .
Download a brochure at www.merrimack.edu/rogers or call us at 978-837-5355 for more information.
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Playwright Michael Hollinger wrote “Red Herring” for six actors to play 18 roles so this week’s premier of the play at the Rogers Center for the Arts will challenge not only the backstage crew’s ability to change sets and lighting quickly but the quick-change skills of the thespians themselves.
Dr. DeCesare addressed the Kentucky AAUP Conference and the SUNY Voices Conference on Shared Governance.