You may not typically associate art with numbers, but the staggering quantity and quality of art found on campus this semester has inspired us to get creative…
Year in which Moliere wrote his famous comedy, “Tartuffe.” Our main stage production will be reimagining this classic satire as a modern-day reality TV show in this year’s fall play. Prepare to laugh on November 11 and 12.
Months the Cornelius Ayer Wood ’13 Gallery will be hosting the exhibition, “Even Mountains Cast Shadows,” by acclaimed artist Brad Nelson. Mr. Nelson will be visiting campus this month to work with Middlesex artists.
Students, faculty, and staff who will be filling the Chapel with music in our annual, candlelit Holiday Concert on December 4.
Students traveling to Boston to see the acclaimed production of the Bernstein musical “Candide,” directed by Mary Zimmerman.
Square feet of open wall our students plan to transform into a mural in the Student Center.
Age range of kids who will be attending our main stage performance of “The Royal Granny and her Royal Ruby Shoes,” Middlesex’s fourth production in our series of plays for children. Children and adults alike are welcome January 7 and 8.
Music groups performing at Parents’ Weekend in October: The Small Chorus, The Chamber Ensemble, and the Jazz Orchestra.
Alumna performing the lead role in “The Veil,” the newest production in London’s prestigious National Theater. Good luck, Mary Mallen.
Number of impromptu rock band performances, trips to the Museum of Fine Arts, and a cappella jams that will spontaneously spawn this semester. Sometimes art isn’t planned at Middlesex…it just happens.
Written by Anonymous (not verified) on October 4th 2011