Events Calendar

February 20, 2017
Tibet Week at Oxford
School: Oxford College
Department/Organization: Oxford College
Cost: Free

Oxford College celebrates the culture, arts and philosophy of Tibet the week of Feb. 20-25. The week will feature a variety of events including opening and closing ceremonies and a sand mandala created by monks from the Drepung Loseling Monastery in the Oxford College Library. A lecture on "The Symbolism of the Sand Mandala in Buddhism" will be held on Feb. 23 at 7:30 p.m. in Williams Hall.
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February 25, 2017
Play: Big Love by Charles Mee
School: Oxford College
Department/Organization: Oxford College
Building/Room: Tarbutton Performing Arts Center
Cost: $5 each
Contact Name: Clark Lemons
Contact Email: clemons@emory.edu

Fifty brides flee their 50 grooms and seek refuge in a villa on the coast of Italy in this modern re-making of one of the western world's oldest plays, The Danaids by Aeschylus. And, in this villa on the Italian coast, the 50 grooms catch up with the brides, and mayhem ensues: the grooms arriving by helicopter in their flight suits, women throwing themselves over and over again to the ground, pop songs and romantic dances, and, finally, unable to escape their forced marriages, 49 of the brides murder 49 of the grooms—and one bride falls in love. About the same odds as today.

The cast and technical crew, composed entirely of students, are directed by Clark Lemons, professor of English and theater studies. Sets, lighting and sound by Jessie Rivers.

Tickets are $5 each at the door or contact Lemons for reserved seating.

This is an Oxford Studies event.
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February 25, 2017
Play: Big Love by Charles Mee
School: Oxford College
Department/Organization: Oxford College
Building/Room: Tarbutton Performing Arts Center
Cost: $5 each
Contact Name: Clark Lemons
Contact Email: clemons@emory.edu

Fifty brides flee their 50 grooms and seek refuge in a villa on the coast of Italy in this modern re-making of one of the western world's oldest plays, The Danaids by Aeschylus. And, in this villa on the Italian coast, the 50 grooms catch up with the brides, and mayhem ensues: the grooms arriving by helicopter in their flight suits, women throwing themselves over and over again to the ground, pop songs and romantic dances, and, finally, unable to escape their forced marriages, 49 of the brides murder 49 of the grooms—and one bride falls in love. About the same odds as today.

The cast and technical crew, composed entirely of students, are directed by Clark Lemons, professor of English and theater studies. Sets, lighting and sound by Jessie Rivers.

Tickets are $5 each at the door or contact Lemons for reserved seating.

This is an Oxford Studies event.
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