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Friday May 4th

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7AM-
9 PM

The Harvard Photography Journal 2001 Exhibition
The Harvard Photography Journal displays selected original photographs from this year’s issue. Artists include senior thesis students Kit Cavender’01 and Mike Durcak’01

Holyoke Center Arcade

11AM - 7PM

Holyoke Center presents continuous outdoor performances by Harvard students, staff, and community neighbors. WHRB, 95.3 FM, hosts this exciting day of music and will broadcast performances live from Harvard Square.For schedule updates, call 617-495-5214.

11:30 AM Allston’s St. Anthony Elementary School Chorus

12 PM Harvard Celtic Society: Traditional Irish, Scottish and Welsh music

12:30 PM Ashanti and Umuja 9: Smooth jazz, R’n’B ensemble

1 PM Kathy Jo: Jazz trio

1:30 PM Lucido Felice Pops Quartet

2 PM Lost in Boston: Jazz combo specializing in "hard bop" period

2:30 PM Perfect Monster: Sketch comedy

3 PM Ashley Filip: Blues, folk, and country by singer/songwriter/guitarist

3:30 PM Harvard Ballroom Dance Team

4 PM Mizmor Shir: Jewish a cappella music

4:30 PM Harvard-Radcliffe Veritones: Co-ed a cappella

5 PM The Lowkeys: A cappella

5:30 PM Heliodor Trombone Quartet: Classical Music

6 PM "Subject to Change": Acoustic rock

6:30 Locket: Industrial post-goth art rock

Outdoor Stage at Holyoke Center

12-8 PM

Linden Street Open Studios and Sale
See listing for Thursday, 5 PM. 6 Linden Street
Students from the Department of Visual and Environmental Studies host open studios, exhibiting thesis work and senior projects. Work by teaching assistants also will be displayed.

6 Linden Street
3 PM

Free-for-All
is a photo exhibition on the theme of exploring boundaries between self and other, real and unreal. Patricia Palmer, Adams House Art Tutor, exhibition director.

Adams House Upper Common Room, 10 Linden Street.
4 PM

The Emperor’s New Clothes
Sunken Garden Children's Theater presents The Emperor's New Clothes. This endearing adaptation of Anderson's classic tale about two swindlers and a fashion—obsessed emperor promises to delight children of all ages. Adam Kline ’02, director; Katy Allen ’02, Alec Cooley ’02, Ray Courtney ’01, and Libby Shani ’02, producers.

Radcliffe Yard Sunken Garden, Appian Way
4 -6 PM

Sense and Sentences
In this collaboration between an artist and a philosopher, resident tutors Tami Marks and Tal Ben-Shachar exhibit visual images that deal with our approach to reality. The works provide a lens of optimism through which we can look at our world.

Leverett House G-Tower
5 -7 PM Harvard Photography Journal Reception
The Harvard Photography Journal displays selected original photographs from this year's issue. Artists include senior thesis students Kit Cavender'01 and Mike Durcak'01.

Holyoke Center Arcade

Canceled Broadsides and Work from the Current Year
(Still on for Sunday- See Schedule)
Adams House Bow & Arrow Press
6-9 PM Group Art Show: Vaküm Pakt
Reception at 7 PM.
A group art show featuring photography, sculpture, painting, and video by Harvard undergraduates, including work by artists published in The Advocate.
Adams House Artspace, 26 Plympton Street, C-entry; Eliot House Artspace
7-9 PM

Squash Court #2
Take one (1) large squash court. Cover all sides generously with paint. Fill with squash; stir. Now squash can hold court. Refreshments will be served. Matt Daniels ’01, Melissa Rudolph ’01, producers.

Adams House Artspace, 26 Plympton Street, C-entry

7:00 & 9:30
PM

Odeon
The Harvard-Radcliffe Dramatic Club presents your typical boy-answers-French-man’s-cell-phone, gets-abducted-by-mafiosi, meets-girl-loses-girl-gets-girl story. A young, fresh play about the beauty of things, Odeon, by James Carmichael ’01, is about the wonder, sadness, and adventure of (not so) everyday life. Not recommended for children, due to adult language. Free; tickets are available at the Loeb Drama Center box office. James Carmichael ’01, director; Cary McClelland ’02 and Carrie Roby ’03, producers.

Experimental Theatre, Loeb Drama Center
7:30 PM

Harvard Advocate Spring 2001 Senior Reading
Join some of the rising literary stars of Harvard's class of 2001 for an evening of fiction, poetry, and essays.

Location to be announced; call 617-493-6085.
8 PM ARTS FIRST Concert
Harvard's largest choral and orchestral groups present Poulenc’s Gloria for soprano solo, mixed choir, and orchestra, and Yannatos’ Symphony no. 2, "Earth, Fire, Air, Water." Jameson Marvin and James Yannatos conduct the Harvard Glee Club, Radcliffe Choral Society, Harvard-Radcliffe Collegium Musicum, Harvard-Radcliffe Orchestra, soprano Lucy Shelton, and mezzo soprano Mary Geha-Westrook. Tickets $20, $18 general; $16, $12 students, available at the Harvard Box Office.
Sanders Theatre
8 PM TAPS 101: Rhythm Through Time
TAPS presents the history of rhythm through a humorous interpretation of a historical study course. Complete with professor and head teaching fellow, this performance combines fabulous tap dancing with a comical skit, promising an evening of lively entertainment. Lulu Henderson ’01, dance director; Micaela Chatman ’02, producer; Adam Robbins ’02, administrative director; Ridgely Meyers ’02, business coordinator. Tickets: $5 general, $3 students and seniors, available at the Harvard Box Office and at the door.
Agassiz Theatre, Radcliffe Yard
8 PM

The Glass Menagerie
The elusive "gentleman caller," the southern family, the shy girl who owns the glass menagerie: This production revisits Tennessee Williams’ coming-of-age story to highlight its ambiguities, poignancy, and immediacy. Alison Wood ’01, director/producer; Kathy Bencowitz ’03, sets/production; John Herndon ’04, stage manager; March Jimenez ’96, lights; Abigail Joseph ’04, costumes; Tariq Yasin ’04, tech. Tickets: $5 general, $4 students, $3 Adams House residents, available at the Harvard Box Office and at the door during the half hour before curtain.

Adams House Pool Theatre, 26 Plympton Street, C-entry
8 PM

Into the Woods
The Harvard-Radcliffe Dramatic club invites you to follow your favorite fairy-tale characters as they clumsily chase their dreams, causing their lives to collide hysterically on the mainstage. This enchanting musical comedy by Stephen Sondheim and James Lapine presents an unlikely storybook tale marked with intrigue, deception, adultery, and hope. Featuring Jim Augustine ’01 as The Narrator; Adrien Finlay ’03 and Jenny Marsh ’03, producers; Sara Heller ’02, director; Michael McNabb ’02, musical director; Steven Anderson ’01, vocal director. Tickets $7 general, $5 students, available at the Loeb Drama Center box office and BosTix.

Mainstage, Loeb Drama Center
8 PM The Remembering Tree
Based on the Ashanti proverb, "The ax forgets, but the tree remembers," this theatrical production by members of the class of ’01, in conjunction with the Mather Arts Society, explores the struggles and triumphs of Africans and African-Americans living in the legacy of the transatlantic slave trade. Amma Y. Ghartey-Tagoe ’01, writer/director/composer; Mark Little ’01, composer; Maryvonne Neptune ’01 and Manuela Arciniegas ’01, choreographers; Fentrice Driskell ’01 and Charlly Green ’01, producers. Tickets: $5, available at the door.
Mather House Dining Hall
8:30 PM

"12 Angry Men"
Quincy House Dining Hall (not handicapped accessible) Quincy House presents a dramatic production directed by Daniel Stewart '03. Tickets: $3 general, $2 students, available at the Harvard Box Office in Holyoke Center and at the door.

Quincy House Dining Hall

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