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April 21, 2018   Gamelan Galak Tika celebrates 25 years and performs traditional and contemporary Balinese music and dance, featuring the traditional dance piece Puspanjali, as well as Guest Artistic Director Dewa Alit's Gringsing (2004), Batu Kalian (2014), and the world premiere of Ameriki (...
Gamelan Galak Tika Concert

April 21, 2018

 

Gamelan Galak Tika celebrates 25 years and performs traditional and contemporary Balinese music and dance, featuring the traditional dance piece Puspanjali, as well as Guest Artistic Director Dewa Alit's Gringsing (2004), Batu Kalian (2014), and the world premiere of Ameriki (2018) written for American gamelan and performed on instruments designed and constructed by Lou Harrison and William Colvig.

Galak Tika also welcomes Gamelan Anak Tika (Cambridge Youth Gamelan) for the conclusion of their 2nd season.

The MTA Playwrights Lab is a first-of-its-kind collaboration between MIT students and professional theatre artists. The Lab is a weekend-long festival of staged readings featuring the work of the eight writers in the Playwrights’ Workshop (21M.785) taught by Senior Lecturer Ken Urban. PROGRAM OF...
MTA Playwrights Lab Festival

The MTA Playwrights Lab is a first-of-its-kind collaboration between MIT students and professional theatre artists. The Lab is a weekend-long festival of staged readings featuring the work of the eight writers in the Playwrights’ Workshop (21M.785) taught by Senior Lecturer Ken Urban.

PROGRAM OF EVENTS:

Day 1: Thursday 4/5 

Opening Reception @ 7pm

Program A @ 8pm

The Courting at Roya by Alaisha Alexander ‘18
Directed by LA Williams
With Cody Sloan, Jordan Clark, Marianna Bassham, Maurice Emmanuel Parent, and Ayomide Fatunde ('18).

Fireproof by Fatima Husain (Grad)
Directed by Marti Lyons
With Adrianne Krstansky, Nael Nacer, Peter Duerst ('18), and Dan Pecci.

Day 2: Friday 4/6

“Text as Blueprint” Workshop @ 12noon
with Director Marti Lyons
To signup for this workshop, go to https://doodle.com/poll/euavhqdps9crh2we

Program B @ 8pm

Sand by Kollin Wasserlein ‘19
Directed by Adam Greenfield
With Marge Buckley, Sarah Bedard, and Robert Thorpe ('18).

Tactless by Rachel Yang ‘18
Directed by LA Williams
With Jordan Clark, Marianna Bassham, Matthew J Harris, and Tal Scully ('18).

Day 3: Saturday 4/7

Program C @ 2pm

Ants by Ayomide Fatunde ‘18
Directed by Adam Greenfield
With Brandon Green, Elle Borders, Kadahj Bennett, Kollin Wasserlein ('19), and Alaisha Alexander ('18).

90 Seconds by Crystal Chang ‘20
Directed by LA Williams
With Sy Lee, Johnny Hager, Jordan Clark, Tal Scully ('18), and Amanda Fike ('19).

Program D @ 8pm

Untitled by Amanda Fike ‘19
Directed by Adam Greenfield
With Brooks Reeves, Cody Sloan, Jackie Davis, and Rachel Yang ('18).

Ideal by Alana Lidawer ‘18
Directed by Marti Lyons
With Dan Pecci, Michael Hisamoto, Sarah Bedard, and Johnny Hager.

The MTA Playwrights Lab is Funded by the Council for the Arts at MIT, and Music and Theater Arts at MIT.

Video by MIT student Marisa Nienberg '16 as part of 21W.749, Documentary Photography and Photojournalism
Prof. Jay Scheib, Director of MIT Theater Arts

Video by MIT student Marisa Nienberg '16 as part of 21W.749, Documentary Photography and Photojournalism

As part of the Charter Day Celebration concert from April 2, 2016, Senior Lecturer Charles Shadle wrote a new work, Nocturne: On the River, to commemorate the Institute’s move from Boston to Cambridge. This world premiere performance also included historical photographs dating from around 1916.
Nocturne: On the River by Charles Shadle

As part of the Charter Day Celebration concert from April 2, 2016, Senior Lecturer Charles Shadle wrote a new work, Nocturne: On the River, to commemorate the Institute’s move from Boston to Cambridge. This world premiere performance also included historical photographs dating from around 1916.

MIT Symphony Orchestra performs Jean Sibelius’ Symphony no. 2. Recorded October 18, 2014 MIT Kresge Auditorium
MIT Symphony Orchestra, Adam K. Boyles, director

MIT Symphony Orchestra performs Jean Sibelius’ Symphony no. 2.
Recorded October 18, 2014
MIT Kresge Auditorium