University Calendar

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Sep
19
Thu
Thanks in Advance: Jason Robinson @ duPont Gallery Tickets
Sep 19 @ 5:00 pm – Dec 8 @ 5:00 pm
Thanks in Advance: Jason Robinson @ duPont Gallery

Jason Robinson makes films, videos, sounds, prints, performances and gifs about family, friends, and the materiality of analog video signals. His work has screened at festivals and galleries both nationally and internationally, including the Virginia Film Festival (Charlottesville, VA), Ethnografilm (Paris, France), the Asheville Art Museum (NC), and the Transmission Art Festival (Athens, Greece). He is an assistant professor of Digital Art at the University of Mary Washington in Fredericksburg, VA.

The Galleries’ hours are Tuesday through Friday 10am to 4pm, and Saturday and Sunday 1pm to 4pm.

Dec
7
Sat
Seiziemistes of the Mid-Atlantic Biennial Conference Tickets
Dec 7 all-day

Conference on Early Modern France

Plenary Speaker: Julie Hardwick, University of Texas at Austin

Afternoon concert of early modern music

Dec
8
Sun
UMW Theatre Road Trip: AMADEUS at Folger Theatre @ duPont Hall Tickets
Dec 8 @ 12:00 pm
UMW Theatre Road Trip: AMADEUS at Folger Theatre @ duPont Hall

Join us this season for UMW Theatre Road Trip and experience exceptional performances in Washington, D.C., a world class theatre city. We make it easy for you! Park your car at duPont Hall and board our charter bus where a faculty host will talk with you about the production you are about to experience as you travel to the city. The bus will drop you at the front door of the theatre and will return to pick you up. On the way home, your host will lead you and your fellow theatregoers in a post-performance discussion about the show.

Each Road Trip is only $80. Your cost covers your transportation to and from the theatre and your ticket. No driving. No parking. Going to the theatre in Washington could not be easier!
Seating is limited. Reserve your seats today!
Questions? Call (540) 654-1243

Amadeus by Peter Shaffer
Professional jealousy and personal crisis drive composer Antonio Salieri to turn from God towards one clear, dark, and menacing goal: destroying the brash young newcomer, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. A highly fictionalized account of Mozart’s final years and Salieri’s jealous pursuit to ruin one of the greatest musical geniuses of all time, Amadeus is equal parts psychological thriller, insightful biography, and morality tale.

Handel’s MESSIAH: UMW Choral Ensembles with the Fredericksburg Community Chorus @ Dodd Auditorium Tickets
Dec 8 @ 4:00 pm – 7:00 pm

The UMW Choral Ensembles join with the Fredericksburg Community Chorus to celebrate its 50th anniversary with a complete performance of Georg Frideric Handel’s 1741 oratorio Messiah.

Dec
11
Wed
USAF HERITAGE OF AMERICA BAND Holiday Memories Concert @ Dodd Auditorium Tickets
Dec 11 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm

The United States Air Force Heritage of America Band proudly presents this year’s Holiday Show: “Holiday Memories.” We all have those stories that warm our hearts and bring smiles to our faces. This year, we want to remind you and your family of just some of those. Come and join us for a festive evening that will be filled with holiday music – both old and new – that will be sure to help start your holiday season right! With family favorites like “Silent Night,” “Santa Claus is Comin’ to Town,” “Little Drummer Boy,” and even a few new ones you’ve never heard before, this is going to be a night to remember. Bring your whole family to this One Night Only performance to celebrate what’s truly the most wonderful time of the year!

Feb
12
Wed
Pay-What-You-Can-Preview Performance: Ordinary Days, music and lyrics by Adam Gwon @ Klein Theatre Tickets
Feb 12 @ 7:30 pm
Pay-What-You-Can-Preview Performance: Ordinary Days, music and lyrics by Adam Gwon @ Klein Theatre

At UMW Theatre, we are pleased to announce that we will now be introducing Pay-What-You-Can (PWYC) Preview Performances. Every Wednesday, prior to the opening night of our productions, we will open the box office TWO hours before curtain at 5:30 pm to welcome any and all guests to pay any amount at the box office for a ticket to that night’s performance. Tickets are available on a first-come, first-served basis, and will only be sold at the box office window starting at 5:30 pm on the specified Wednesdays!

Four young New Yorkers navigate the chaos of being alive in the city that never sleeps, in a world that is eternally shifting. While seemingly unconnected, their paths become entwined in the most unexpected of ways and at the most unlikely of moments. This simple, sweet musical by one of today’s most impressive musical theatre talents, Adam Gwon, reminds us that remarkable lives grow from weeks, months, and years of quite Ordinary Days.

“. . . a sad-sweet comment on the anonymity of life in the city, where it is possible to change other people’s fates without actually getting to meet them.” —The New York Times

“A fresh alternative to most of the overproduced stuff on Broadway.” —The Washington Post

Feb
13
Thu
Ordinary Days, music and lyrics by Adam Gwon @ Klein Theatre Tickets
Feb 13 @ 7:30 pm
Ordinary Days, music and lyrics by Adam Gwon @ Klein Theatre

Four young New Yorkers navigate the chaos of being alive in the city that never sleeps, in a world that is eternally shifting. While seemingly unconnected, their paths become entwined in the most unexpected of ways and at the most unlikely of moments. This simple, sweet musical by one of today’s most impressive musical theatre talents, Adam Gwon, reminds us that remarkable lives grow from weeks, months, and years of quite Ordinary Days.

“. . . a sad-sweet comment on the anonymity of life in the city, where it is possible to change other people’s fates without actually getting to meet them.” —The New York Times

“A fresh alternative to most of the overproduced stuff on Broadway.” —The Washington Post

Tickets will be made available online, over the phone and in person at the Klein Theatre Box Office starting January 30, 2020. The Klein Theatre Box Office is open Monday – Saturday from 10 am to 5 pm.

Feb
14
Fri
Ordinary Days, music and lyrics by Adam Gwon @ Klein Theatre Tickets
Feb 14 @ 7:30 pm
Ordinary Days, music and lyrics by Adam Gwon @ Klein Theatre

Four young New Yorkers navigate the chaos of being alive in the city that never sleeps, in a world that is eternally shifting. While seemingly unconnected, their paths become entwined in the most unexpected of ways and at the most unlikely of moments. This simple, sweet musical by one of today’s most impressive musical theatre talents, Adam Gwon, reminds us that remarkable lives grow from weeks, months, and years of quite Ordinary Days.

“. . . a sad-sweet comment on the anonymity of life in the city, where it is possible to change other people’s fates without actually getting to meet them.” —The New York Times

“A fresh alternative to most of the overproduced stuff on Broadway.” —The Washington Post

Tickets will be made available online, over the phone and in person at the Klein Theatre Box Office starting January 30, 2020. The Klein Theatre Box Office is open Monday – Saturday from 10 am to 5 pm.

Feb
15
Sat
Ordinary Days, music and lyrics by Adam Gwon @ Klein Theatre Tickets
Feb 15 @ 7:30 pm
Ordinary Days, music and lyrics by Adam Gwon @ Klein Theatre

Four young New Yorkers navigate the chaos of being alive in the city that never sleeps, in a world that is eternally shifting. While seemingly unconnected, their paths become entwined in the most unexpected of ways and at the most unlikely of moments. This simple, sweet musical by one of today’s most impressive musical theatre talents, Adam Gwon, reminds us that remarkable lives grow from weeks, months, and years of quite Ordinary Days.

“. . . a sad-sweet comment on the anonymity of life in the city, where it is possible to change other people’s fates without actually getting to meet them.” —The New York Times

“A fresh alternative to most of the overproduced stuff on Broadway.” —The Washington Post

Tickets will be made available online, over the phone and in person at the Klein Theatre Box Office starting January 30, 2020. The Klein Theatre Box Office is open Monday – Saturday from 10 am to 5 pm.

Feb
16
Sun
Ordinary Days, music and lyrics by Adam Gwon @ Klein Theatre Tickets
Feb 16 @ 2:00 pm
Ordinary Days, music and lyrics by Adam Gwon @ Klein Theatre

Four young New Yorkers navigate the chaos of being alive in the city that never sleeps, in a world that is eternally shifting. While seemingly unconnected, their paths become entwined in the most unexpected of ways and at the most unlikely of moments. This simple, sweet musical by one of today’s most impressive musical theatre talents, Adam Gwon, reminds us that remarkable lives grow from weeks, months, and years of quite Ordinary Days.

“. . . a sad-sweet comment on the anonymity of life in the city, where it is possible to change other people’s fates without actually getting to meet them.” —The New York Times

“A fresh alternative to most of the overproduced stuff on Broadway.” —The Washington Post

Tickets will be made available online, over the phone and in person at the Klein Theatre Box Office starting January 30, 2020. The Klein Theatre Box Office is open Monday – Saturday from 10 am to 5 pm.