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Animal Farm, Impact of Infectious Disease on Humans & Our Origins, Escape the Virus with a Lights Out-Ing

Events May 14-May 16, 2020

A virtual public symposium exploring how infectious agents and humans shape each other’s evolutionary trajectories.
A virtual public symposium exploring how infectious agents and humans shape each other’s evolutionary trajectories.

Thursday | 14

Animal Farm

George Orwell’s satirical fable Animal Farm presented as student production via online performances.

George Orwell’s satirical fable Animal Farm gets presented in a student production via online performances. Director Benjamin Cole employs unique “staging” and other technical effects not normally available in live performance. Cole: “We had already planned this production for our student season, but now, its themes of community and toiling together with unwavering hope against frightening uncertainty seem more important than ever.”

When: Thursday and Friday, May 14 and 15, 10 am and 6 pm; Saturday and Sunday, May 16 and 17, 2 pm and 6 pm

Where: twitch.tv/theatreschoolncrt

Saturday | 16

Impact Of Infectious Disease On Humans & Our Origins

A virtual public symposium exploring how infectious agents and humans shape each other’s evolutionary trajectories.

The Center for Academic Research and Training in Anthropogeny presents a virtual public symposium, exploring how infectious agents and humans shape each other’s evolutionary trajectories. Following the online talks, a live-streamed Q&A commences around 3:30 pm. Questions for speakers may be submitted prior to or during the event by emailing Lindsay Hunter at [email protected]

When: Saturday, May 16, 1 pm to 5 pm

Where: carta.anthropogeny.org

Escape The Virus With A Lights Out-Ing

Acapella group Lights Out has launched a weekly Facebook Live variety series featuring archival concert videos, live Zoom performances, fan recipe cooking segments, story-swapping, topical discussions, and interaction with those who tune in.

Acapella group Lights Out has launched a weekly Facebook Live variety series. In addition to paying tribute to inspirations such as Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons, weekly presentations range from archival concert videos to live Zoom performances, fan recipe cooking segments, story-swapping, topical discussions, and interaction with those who tune in. “It’s all about maintaining the individual and group intimacy with the public and with each other,” says the band, whose Journey Through Musical Time stage show presents rock and roll hits from the ‘50s through the ‘90s.

When: Saturdays, Through May 30, 1 pm.

Where: facebook.com/lightsoutvocals

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A virtual public symposium exploring how infectious agents and humans shape each other’s evolutionary trajectories.
A virtual public symposium exploring how infectious agents and humans shape each other’s evolutionary trajectories.

Thursday | 14

Animal Farm

George Orwell’s satirical fable Animal Farm presented as student production via online performances.

George Orwell’s satirical fable Animal Farm gets presented in a student production via online performances. Director Benjamin Cole employs unique “staging” and other technical effects not normally available in live performance. Cole: “We had already planned this production for our student season, but now, its themes of community and toiling together with unwavering hope against frightening uncertainty seem more important than ever.”

When: Thursday and Friday, May 14 and 15, 10 am and 6 pm; Saturday and Sunday, May 16 and 17, 2 pm and 6 pm

Where: twitch.tv/theatreschoolncrt

Saturday | 16

Impact Of Infectious Disease On Humans & Our Origins

A virtual public symposium exploring how infectious agents and humans shape each other’s evolutionary trajectories.

The Center for Academic Research and Training in Anthropogeny presents a virtual public symposium, exploring how infectious agents and humans shape each other’s evolutionary trajectories. Following the online talks, a live-streamed Q&A commences around 3:30 pm. Questions for speakers may be submitted prior to or during the event by emailing Lindsay Hunter at [email protected]

When: Saturday, May 16, 1 pm to 5 pm

Where: carta.anthropogeny.org

Escape The Virus With A Lights Out-Ing

Acapella group Lights Out has launched a weekly Facebook Live variety series featuring archival concert videos, live Zoom performances, fan recipe cooking segments, story-swapping, topical discussions, and interaction with those who tune in.

Acapella group Lights Out has launched a weekly Facebook Live variety series. In addition to paying tribute to inspirations such as Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons, weekly presentations range from archival concert videos to live Zoom performances, fan recipe cooking segments, story-swapping, topical discussions, and interaction with those who tune in. “It’s all about maintaining the individual and group intimacy with the public and with each other,” says the band, whose Journey Through Musical Time stage show presents rock and roll hits from the ‘50s through the ‘90s.

When: Saturdays, Through May 30, 1 pm.

Where: facebook.com/lightsoutvocals

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