A Memoir with Music
Rachel Calof
Starring Kate Fuglei
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 . . .

Intimate Apparel
by Lynn Nottage
Wednesday, February 15 - Saturday, February 18 • 7:30 p.m.
Sunday, February 19 • 2:00 p.m.
Tickets: $10 Regular • $8 Student/Seniors (includes $2 fee)
Experimental Theatre
Studies in the Arts

Set in 1905 Manhattan, this moving and lyrical story takes us into the world of a black seamstress who creates beautiful lingerie for both wealthy ladies and “working” girls. While her hopes and dreams are nurtured by her talent, her prospects are shaped by society’s attitudes toward race and gender.

Ed Vezinho/Jim Ward Big Band
March 1
7:30 pm
Tickets: $15 Regular • $10 Seniors • $8 Student (includes $2 fee)
Campus Center Theatre
Studies in the Arts

The Ed Vezinho/Jim Ward Big Band is comprised of some of Atlantic City’s finest showroom musicians. Join them as they present the music of Stockton’s own Jazz Composer In-Residence, Ed Vezinho. Combining original compositions with thrilling arrangements of popular tunes, this show is sure to leave you wanting more. This high energy, 16 piece jazz ensemble will have you dancing in your seat!