The Bay-Atlantic Symphony
Copland & Vivaldi
Sunday • January 22 • 2:00 pm
Conversation with the Conductor: 1:00 pm
Tickets: $32 (includes $2 fee)
Performing Arts Center

Can you blame us for pushing the season? Actually, all four of them! The Bay-Atlantic Symphony looks ahead to springtime with Copland’s most famous masterwork written for Martha Graham. Then, co-concertmaster Jorge Ávila is featured in Vivaldi’s scintillating romp through the calendar. Let’s go! Copland—Appalachian Spring ~ Intermission ~ Vivaldi—Four Seasons Jorge Ávila, violin

A Memoir with Music
Rachel Calof
Starring Kate Fuglei
Sunday
January 29
2:00 pm
Tickets: $32 Regular • $8 Seniors and Students (includes $2 fee)
Campus Center Theatre
Studies in the Arts

Rachel Calof – A Memoir with Music dramatizes the story of Rachel Calof, a Jewish picture bride. We follow Rachel’s touching story, as she emigrates from Russia to Devil’s Lake, North Dakota in 1894, crossing the ocean to marry a man she has never met, determined to make a new life as a homesteader. Her story is filled with an engaging humor, compassion, and detailed accounting of the unrelenting realities faced by homesteaders on a windswept prairie. Sponsored by: The . . .

Franklin Institute
How to Build a Storm
Tuesday • February 7 • 10:30 am
Wednesday • February 8 • 10:30 am

ADDITIONAL PERFORMANCE ADDED!! Wednesday • February 8 • 10:30 am • FREE but tickets must be reserved. Please call (609) 652•9000 (For School Groups and Home Schooled Children Only)
Performing Arts Center
Imagination Station

Lightning, twisters and hail—oh my! This dynamic show reveals the science of weather—to the extreme. Where does our weather come from, and what factors make it a sunny day or a blustery one? We’ll make a cloud, explore thunder and lightning, and even create snow. We promise a stormy ending to this show as we demonstrate the power of a tornado! Appropriate for Grades 5-8 | Curriculum link: Water Cycle, Thermodynamics, Air Masses, and Fronts | Study Guide Available