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Events Hosted by Katzen Arts Center

Important Dates

November 10

  • Theses and dissertations due in deans’ offices for fall degree candidates

The AU Jazz Orchestra brings the swing. The university’s very own big band jazzes up the fall with an evening of classic swing, bebop, funk, and blues. Tickets: $5–10

Type: Arts and Entertainment

Host: Performing Arts

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A modern adaptation of Arthur Schnitzler’s nineteenth-century play La Ronde directed by Carl Menninger. The performance chronicles a series of ten affairs, focusing on the power struggles between the characters and the lies they tell themselves as they move from one encounter to another. This production contains mature content. Tickets: $10–15

Type: Arts and Entertainment

Host: Performing Arts

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After NOVEMBER 10

A modern adaptation of Arthur Schnitzler’s nineteenth-century play La Ronde directed by Carl Menninger. The performance chronicles a series of ten affairs, focusing on the power struggles between the characters and the lies they tell themselves as they move from one encounter to another. This production contains mature content. Tickets: $10–15

Type: Arts and Entertainment

Host: Performing Arts

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A modern adaptation of Arthur Schnitzler’s nineteenth-century play La Ronde directed by Carl Menninger. The performance chronicles a series of ten affairs, focusing on the power struggles between the characters and the lies they tell themselves as they move from one encounter to another. This production contains mature content. Tickets: $10–15

Type: Arts and Entertainment

Host: Performing Arts

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Join the AU Symphonic Band for a sweeping program of new classics and old favorites. This performance will musically transport audiences through the ages with a bit of variety for everyone. Tickets: $5–10

Type: Arts and Entertainment

Host: Performing Arts

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In light of recent events and conversations around Confederate monuments in the United States, this panel aims to explore the past, present, and future of the monument as a cultural phenomenon. The evening will offer the American University and Washington, D.C. communities an opportunity to think through the possibilities and limitations of the monument across time and space in the modern world. …more

Type: Conferences. Panels. Speakers

Host: Art Department

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The AU Chorus explores themes of darkness, sleep, and dreams with music from rising stars in the world of choral composition. Enjoy serene compositions by choral innovator Eric Whitacre, transcendent pieces by Norwegian songwriter Ola Gjeilo, and other musical celebrations of the night. Tickets: $5–10

Type: Arts and Entertainment

Host: Performing Arts

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