You are here: Calendar of Events

Arts and Entertainment Type Events

Coming Soon

  1. This Pulitzer Prize-winning Broadway musical classic is an irreverent, hilarious, and tuneful satire of sex and big business. Following the advice of a self-help book, an ambitious window washer becomes chairman of the board!

    Export to Calendar

  2. This Pulitzer Prize-winning Broadway musical classic is an irreverent, hilarious, and tuneful satire of sex and big business. Following the advice of a self-help book, an ambitious window washer becomes chair(wo)man of the board!
    Stick around after the show for a panel discussion with AU faculty, "How Women Succeed in Business by Really Really Trying."

    Export to Calendar

  3. This Pulitzer Prize-winning Broadway musical classic is an irreverent, hilarious, and tuneful satire of sex and big business. Following the advice of a self-help book, an ambitious window washer becomes chairman of the board!

    Export to Calendar

  4. Participate by choosing the order and which pieces are played in this interactive experience featuring electronic music works by AU faculty Paul Oehlers.Katzen Soundbites is the Music Library's series of lunchtime concerts from 12:35-12:55 in the Katzen Rotunda (lobby). Performers are students, faculty, and staff from the Department of Performing Arts and the Library. Soundbites is a …more

    Export to Calendar

    Host
    University Library
    Type
    Arts and Entertainment
    More Info
  5. Join us every Wednesday morning September 4-December 11 for a rejuvenating Kripalu yoga class. All levels welcome. $10 per class, $5 for museum members, free for Associate level members and above. Cash, check, or pay online here.

    Export to Calendar

  6. A haunting oratorio honoring the life and death of Matthew Shepard, an openly gay university student who died violently at the hands of two men acting out of hate. Talk-back panels follow each performance. For mature audiences.
    Please note there will be no late seating or intermission. Please be advised that this production contains specific depictions or references to kidnapping and abduction, …more

    Export to Calendar

  7. A haunting oratorio honoring the life and death of Matthew Shepard, an openly gay university student who died violently at the hands of two men acting out of hate. Talk-back panels follow each performance. For mature audiences.

    Export to Calendar

  8. Voice students from Linda Allison's studio present songs and arias, accompanied by Mary Gottlieb.Katzen Soundbites is the Music Library's series of lunchtime concerts from 12:35-12:55 in the Katzen Rotunda (lobby). Performers are students, faculty, and staff from the Department of Performing Arts and the Library. Soundbites is a collaboration between the AU Library and the Department of …more

    Export to Calendar

    Host
    University Library
    Type
    Arts and Entertainment
    More Info
  9. Join us every Wednesday morning September 4-December 11 for a rejuvenating Kripalu yoga class. All levels welcome. $10 per class, $5 for museum members, free for Associate level members and above. Cash, check, or pay online here.

    Export to Calendar

  10. Michal Heiman’s installation Radical Link takes center stage at our Late Fall Members’ Preview. Members are invited to preview five new exhibitions and join a gallery talk centered on photography inspired by nineteenth-century asylums in England and Italy. Featuring artist Michal Heiman and curator Sarah Gordon. Open to museum members, no RSVP required.
    Interested in supporting the …more

    Export to Calendar

    Host
    American University Museum at the Katzen Arts Center
    Type
    Arts and Entertainment
    More Info