King Tut
Dr. Stephen Phillips, University of Pennsylvania
October 9
7:00 pm
Tickets are free but must be reserved. Please call 609•652•9000.
Absegami H.S. Auditorium
Lecture Series

Dr. Stephen Phillips will reveal fun facts and secrets about the “Boy King” Tutankhamun in a free lecture. Tutankhamun, ancient Egypt’s famous boy pharaoh, grew up 3,300 years ago in the royal court at Amarna, the ancient city of Akhet-aten, whose name meant the “Horizon of the Aten.” This extraordinary royal city grew, flourished and vanished in hardly more than a generation’s time. This presentation examines the religious, artistic and cultural changes that took place during the reigns of famous . . .

"From the Page to the FIlm to the Stage" Series
Wuthering Heights
Presented by the Aquila Theatre Company
October 10
7:30 pm
Tickets: $32
Performing Arts Center

From the Page to Film to Stage Wuthering Heights is a deep and wide story of passion, revenge, family, class, and the supernatural. Over a century and a half later, Bronte’s magnum opus remains incredibly moving. Aquila Theatre brings to life Emily Bronte’s classic story of all-consuming passion with its new production. The novel, one of the most famous works of world literature, was first published in 1847 under a pseudonym and is Emily Bronte’s only work. Wuthering Heights recounts . . .

Arts and Humanities Presents:
The Medley Series III
Thursday • October 9 – Saturday • October 11 • 7:30 pm
Sunday • October 12 • 2:00 pm
Tickets: $10 Regular • $8 Student/Seniors
Campus Center Theatre
Studies in the Arts

A high-spirited evening with singers, actors and dancers performing classic to modern hits from the Broadway songbook. This cabaret evening brings you some of your favorite show tunes and show stopping dance numbers. Bring the whole family!