Directors Workshop Festival, P.A.C.

Friday, May 12, and Saturday, May 13, 2017, 8 p.m.
No tickets required; all are welcome

By Sam Shepard
Directed by Nicky Longo
Stage Manager: Hamilton Sawczuk
Austin, a well-off screenplay writer, and Lee, his screw-up older brother, are unexpectedly reunited when they have to watch their mother’s house as she travels to Alaska. Over the course of writing a screenplay, the brothers grapple with their individual identities and their dysfunctional fraternal relationship. Driven by the Pulitzer Prize-winning writing of Sam Shepard, True West navigates truth, devotion, and agency against the familiar backdrop of Los Angeles. 
Austin — Alex Tesson        
Lee — Gus Cosinuke 
Saul — Will Cole             
Mom — Basil Frost
Set Designer — Elliot White
Costume & Sound Designer — Charlotte Cattaneo
Lighting Designer — Iris Ducker
Written & directed by Ivy Indictor
Stage Manager: Elliot White

What would it take to for you to try to off one of your in-laws? Heartbreak? Betrayal? Probably more than it took Maura Stoppard! In this zany, fast-paced comedy, watch as the Stoppards struggle to balance loyalties with their warped moral code through Andy’s failing artistic career and Olive’s forbidden love, and decide for yourself whether or not Maura’s convenient solution justifies the means. Pull up a chair or get cuffed into one for a high-stakes evening with a family that’s finally as crazy as yours!
Jack — Jackson Sypher 
Maura — Lauryn Phinney
Andrew — Nicholas Cattaneo                      
Olive — Ruby Rechler    
Violet — Emily Marquis  
Set Designer — Elliot White
Costume Designer — Jane Lindstrom
Sound Designer — Charlotte Cattaneo
Lighting Designer — Link Berkley
Adapted & directed Jacob Byers
Based on the graphic novel by Alan Moore & Brian Bolland
Stage Manager: Link Berkley
One of the most famous graphic novels of all time, Batman: The Killing Joke brought complex moral questions to the easy-to-digest theme of comics. The Killing Joke, as adapted, is as technically innovative as its predecessor was topically innovative. The three stories discussing insanity and heroism intertwine beautifully through a combination of projected film and live performance.
Batman — Ali Sheikh
Commissioner Gordon — Jackson Abele
The Joker — Jacob Morton 
Shivering Man/Detective/Henchman — Selina Jiang
Jeannie — Meg Sweeney
Barbara Gordon — Chiara Ruberto
Shady Man/Henchman/Man with Green Hair — Erik Abele 
Set Designer — Jessica Cloutier-Plasse
Costume Designer — Charlotte Cattaneo
Makeup/Hair — Jane Lindstrom  
Sound Designer — Liam Yanulis
Lighting Designer — Elliot White

Music Studio Workshop – Natalie Stein, Chapel

Monday, May 15, 2017, 6:30–7:00 p.m.
No ticket required; all are welcome

Music Studio Workshop Festival

Sunday, May 21, 2017
No tickets required, all are welcome

12:00–2:00 p.m. – Jenny Stirling, violin and viola, in the Chapel
2:00–3:00 p.m. – Meghan Jacoby, flute; Debbie Levine, clarinet; in the Chapel
3:00–4:15 p.m. – Arkady Beletsky, cello, in the Smith Room
4:15–6 p.m. – Linda Hossfeld, Michael Bennett, and Corey De Tar, voice, in the Chapel

Chamber Music Concert, Chapel

Monday, May 22, 2017, 6:00 p.m.
No tickets required; all are welcome

Handel ‘Passacaglia’ for string quartet,
Jenna Cosby, Erica Mason-Barrett, Michaela Trieloff, Paul Xu

Reineke Trio for horn, clarinet, and piano 
Sara Goldstein, Sam Meyerson, Katie Painter

Telemann Canonic Duet for flute and violin
Rebecca Yang, Maggie Hamel

Dvorak Slavonic Dance, Op. 72, No. 2 ‘Dumka’ for piano duet
Missy Scavongelli, Colin Regenauer
Trio for flute, cello, and piano
Nina He, Andrew Cekala, Ananya Pani
Ibert “interlude” for harp, flute, and violin
Chiara Ruberto, Rebecca Yang, Maggie Hamel

Schubert piano trio
Ben Zide, Mary Bliss, Sarik Goyal

Bach concerto in d minor for two violins and cello
Ava Glazier, Kate Bacigalupo, Justin Kim

AND a work written for CA’s chamber orchestra by composition student Jeremy Feininger

Senior Music Recital – Sarik Goyal and Steven Chen, Chapel

Wednesday, May 24, 2017, 6:00 p.m.
No tickets required; all are welcome

Departmental Study Showing – Dance, Kiki McEady, Dance Studio

Friday, May 26, 2017, 6:30-7:00 p.m.
No tickets required; all are welcome