Santa Clara University

Events Highlights

Two one-act plays

A Winter One-Act Festival Feb. 14-15 features two one-act plays directed by senior theatre majors: "The Book of Liz" by The Talent Family (Amy Sedaris & David Sedaris), directed by Joseph Brady, an "July 00 1994" directed by Jenny Jacobs, Feb.14-15, 2 p.m.,Fess Parker Studio Theatre.

Tickets are $3 per show. For tickets or more information, contact the CPA Box Office (located in the Mayer Theatre Building) at 408/554-4015 or stop by Tuesday-Friday, 2-6 p.m. and beginning one hour prior to performance.

'Images 2004,' SCU dance talent

arts-dance174'Images 2004'  in the Recital Hall, showcased choreography by faculty and students.

Directed by Fran Atlas-Lara, this annual event is the highlight of the dance season, featuring student and faculty choreography spanning all genres and styles of dance including jazz, modern, and classical ballet.

Works presented Feb. 5-7 were by SCU faculty members Kristin Kusanovich, Fran Atlas-Lara, and David J. Popalisky.

California: Is there life after The Recall?

"California and the Common Good, an Endangered Connection" is the title of a lecture presented Feb. 10 at 7 p.m. by the Markkula Center for Applied Ethics.

Kevin Starr, history professor at the University of Southern California and recipient of an honorary degree from Santa Clara, will speak in the Recital Hall. Admission is free.

Starr is considered today's leading commentator on all things Californian. He is to speak on the future of the Golden State in the aftermath of the unprecedented recall election.

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