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Arts Transcending Borders (ATB)

Panel Discussion: Anne Frank, Otto Frank, and the Creation of Memory

SMITH Rehm Lib: Roger Guenveur Smith, the award-winning playwright and actor, will be performing Otto Frank, a one-person performance based on the well-known story of Anne Frank, on October 22. Of special concern for Smith is the figure of Otto Frank, Anne's father, who would bring her diary to the world. Following Smith's performance, a panel featuring Thomas Doughton, senior lecturer in CIS; Edward Isser, W. Arthur Garrity, Sr.

Silkroad: 3rd Festival of the Arts at Holy Cross

Hogan Center Outdoor Oval: The Festival of the Arts at Holy Cross is a day of arts immersion for high school students from Worcester Public Schools and area independent schools. The Festival introduces students to a range of artistic disciplines through hands-on workshops taught by Holy Cross faculty and visiting artists. Participating in a series of three sessions during the course of the morning, students join in a celebration and culminating performance for festival guests and campus community.

Rabbit Rabbit Radio presents: Black Inscription

O'Kane Hall 037: A free diver descends into the depths of the ocean, never to resurface. As her terrestrial ties dissolve, she embarks upon an Odyssean journey. Transported by the sea's currents, she encounters a mystifying underworld with billions of bioluminescent creatures, endlessly inventive structures of coral, gyres of human detritus, and abandoned nets still fishing for no one -- sights both awe-inspiring and devastating.

Rabbit Rabbit Radio presents: Black Inscription

O'Kane Hall 037: A free diver descends into the depths of the ocean, never to resurface. As her terrestrial ties dissolve, she embarks upon an Odyssean journey. Transported by the sea's currents, she encounters a mystifying underworld with billions of bioluminescent creatures, endlessly inventive structures of coral, gyres of human detritus, and abandoned nets still fishing for no one -- sights both awe-inspiring and devastating.

the little match girl passion

O'Kane Hall Fenwick Theatre: In a brilliant theatrical adaptation with haunting shadow projections, masked dance, and puppetry, Maine-based Figures of Speech Theatre brings contemporary composer David Lang's little match girl passion to the stage in collaboration with the Holy Cross Chamber Singers.Winner of the 2008 Pulitzer Prize in Music, Lang's exquisite score recasts the H.C.

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