The band, under the direction of Assistant Professor Jeff Cashen, perform a mix of American music ranging from jazz to rhythm and blues to rock. Composers include Thelonius Monk, Ornette Coleman, Sting and more.

Arguably the greatest playwright in history, Shakespeare paints a stark picture of a democracy in crisis. Julius Caesar is a story about a charismatic war hero and democratically-elected leader on the verge of becoming an anointed king, and the extreme efforts taken to stop this meteoric, dangerous rise to power. What makes any story classic is its profound resonance throughout history. Today, as Americans collectively grapple with the assault on the truth, and question the ramifications of absolute presidential power, Julius Caesar serves as a tragic, cautionary tale about our collective responsibility to preserve a government of, by, and for all people. Tickets: $10 general, $5 with a Wheaton ID and seniors.

Arguably the greatest playwright in history, Shakespeare paints a stark picture of a democracy in crisis. Julius Caesar is a story about a charismatic war hero and democratically-elected leader on the verge of becoming an anointed king, and the extreme efforts taken to stop this meteoric, dangerous rise to power. What makes any story classic is its profound resonance throughout history. Today, as Americans collectively grapple with the assault on the truth, and question the ramifications of absolute presidential power, Julius Caesar serves as a tragic, cautionary tale about our collective responsibility to preserve a government of, by, and for all people. Tickets: $10 general, $5 with a Wheaton ID and seniors.

Arguably the greatest playwright in history, Shakespeare paints a stark picture of a democracy in crisis. Julius Caesar is a story about a charismatic war hero and democratically-elected leader on the verge of becoming an anointed king, and the extreme efforts taken to stop this meteoric, dangerous rise to power. What makes any story classic is its profound resonance throughout history. Today, as Americans collectively grapple with the assault on the truth, and question the ramifications of absolute presidential power, Julius Caesar serves as a tragic, cautionary tale about our collective responsibility to preserve a government of, by, and for all people. Tickets: $10 general, $5 with a Wheaton ID and seniors.

Arguably the greatest playwright in history, Shakespeare paints a stark picture of a democracy in crisis. Julius Caesar is a story about a charismatic war hero and democratically-elected leader on the verge of becoming an anointed king, and the extreme efforts taken to stop this meteoric, dangerous rise to power. What makes any story classic is its profound resonance throughout history. Today, as Americans collectively grapple with the assault on the truth, and question the ramifications of absolute presidential power, Julius Caesar serves as a tragic, cautionary tale about our collective responsibility to preserve a government of, by, and for all people. Tickets: $10 general, $5 with a Wheaton ID and seniors.

Arguably the greatest playwright in history, Shakespeare paints a stark picture of a democracy in crisis. Julius Caesar is a story about a charismatic war hero and democratically-elected leader on the verge of becoming an anointed king, and the extreme efforts taken to stop this meteoric, dangerous rise to power. What makes any story classic is its profound resonance throughout history. Today, as Americans collectively grapple with the assault on the truth, and question the ramifications of absolute presidential power, Julius Caesar serves as a tragic, cautionary tale about our collective responsibility to preserve a government of, by, and for all people. Tickets: $10 general, $5 with a Wheaton ID and seniors.

Arguably the greatest playwright in history, Shakespeare paints a stark picture of a democracy in crisis. Julius Caesar is a story about a charismatic war hero and democratically-elected leader on the verge of becoming an anointed king, and the extreme efforts taken to stop this meteoric, dangerous rise to power. What makes any story classic is its profound resonance throughout history. Today, as Americans collectively grapple with the assault on the truth, and question the ramifications of absolute presidential power, Julius Caesar serves as a tragic, cautionary tale about our collective responsibility to preserve a government of, by, and for all people. Tickets: $10 general, $5 with a Wheaton ID and seniors.

In celebration of Women’s History Month and the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment’s ratification, Joyce Van Dyke’s new one-woman show, Representation, and How to Get It, will preview at Wheaton en route to its September 2020 premiere at Boston Playwrights’ Theatre (via Sleeping Weazel). Theatre luminary Elaine Vaan Hogue performs the role of Julia Ward Howe on the eve of her visionary speech about women’svoting rights. Van Dyke, Vaan Hogue and director Judy Braha will engage the community in conversation after the performance.

 

Kuo is known as one of Hawaii’s premiere Slack Key (ki ho’alu) guitar artists playing in the traditional nahenahe (sweet, soothing) style. In his illustrious career, he has accompanied and collaborated with Hawaii’s major artists such as Eddie Kamae and the Sons of Hawai’i, Dennis Kamakahi, Cyril and Martin Pahinui and Aaron Mahi. His recordings for the Slack Key Guitar Masters Series on the Dancing Cat label, Love for the Elders and Hawaiian Touch, were awarded Instrumental Album of the Year by the Hawai’i Academy of Recording Arts. In addition to his performing career, George is a Board Member of the Hawaiian Music Hall of Fame and Museum, where he has supported initiatives to perpetuate Hawaiian traditional music.

Overwhelmed by endless streams of content, sophisticated audiences are demanding deeper, more powerful experiences. Innovative technologies enable and inspire new forms of stories and participation, but immersion is not a property of technology, it is a product of a great experience. Mike Monello, Co-founder of Campfire and one of the creators of The Blair Witch Project, shares secrets from over 20 years on the frontline of emerging technology and storytelling.