September 1: Labor Day
September 2: First day of Classes
September 9: Add/drop deadline
Divine Comedy Auditions
Auditions to be part of BYU’s Divine Comedy will take place on September 4-5 from 7-10 pm in TNRB 151. Please prepare up to 1.5 minutes of original material. If you don’t want to audition, you can come watch for free. For more information, visit byudivinecomedy.com.
For non-departmental auditions, see auditions in the area.
An Evening with Sutton Foster
BRAVO! Professional performing arts at BYU presents: AN EVENING WITH SUTTON FOSTER Friday-Saturday, Sept. 5–6, 7:30 pm in the de Jong Concert Hall. The two-time Tony Award winner (Thoroughly Modern Mille, Anything Goes) celebrates the music of Broadway and the American songbook with a night of show tunes, jazz standards, and songs familiar and new. Emmy Award-winning musician Michael Rafter joins her on the piano. Learn more here.
Wesminister College Greek Theatre Festival’s Hecuba by Erupides, translated by Marianne Mcdonald and Directed by Barbara Smith, takes place on September 22 at 5:00 pm in the de Jong Concert Hall. As the Greeks are heading home following the Trojan War, this tragedy depicts the grief of Hecuba, queen of the fallen city of Troy, over the sacrifice of her daughter Polyxena, and the revenge she takes over the added loss of her son Polydorus. $8-11 for tickets.
The Fisherman and His Wife
Larry and Vivian Snipes’ production of The Fisherman and His Wife, directed by Nestor Bravo Goldsmith, will be performed by BYU Young Company on Sept. 26, Oct. 1-3, 8-10, at 7:00 pm and Sept. 27, Oct. 11, at 11:00 am & 2:00 pm in the Margetts Theatre and a 10:00 am school matinee on Oct. 9 in the Pardoe Theatre. ASL performance: Oct. 2
For non-BYU events in the area, see events in the area.
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