Upcoming Events

Wed Jul 8, 2015

Beyond the Stage: Explore Love's Labor's Lost

7:30 PM - 8:30 PM
Regis Philbin Studio Theatre, DeBartolo Performing Arts Center

Join director West Hyler and members of the Notre Dame Shakespeare Festival’s Young Company for a one-evening-only, behind-the-scenes glimpse at Love’s Labor’s Lost.

As a Broadway-and-beyond director, Hyler’s career is nothing short of ascendant. He returns this year to direct the Young Company in Shakespeare’s delightful comedy Love’s Labor’s Lost

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Beyond the Stage: Explore Love's Labor's Lost

7:30 PM - 8:30 PM
Regis Philbin Studio Theatre, DeBartolo Performing Arts Center

Join director West Hyler and members of the Notre Dame Shakespeare Festival’s Young Company for a one-evening-only, behind-the-scenes glimpse at Love’s Labor’s Lost.

As a Broadway-and-beyond director, Hyler’s career is nothing short of ascendant. He returns this year to direct the Young Company in Shakespeare’s delightful comedy Love’s Labor’s Lost

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Thu Jul 16, 2015

3rd Thursdays @ The Snite: Ray Parker Quartet

5:00 PM - 7:30 PM
Snite Museum of Art

The Snite Museum of Art presents a summer jazz concert series in the Mary Loretto & Terrence J. Dillon Courtyard.

Make yourself comfortable—bring your own blanket or lawn chair, a picnic basket, and drinks (non-alcoholic). The museum will provide the appetizers, the atmosphere, and some amazing jazz.

The Ray Parker Quartet is the featured July act in the summer series. A decidedly acoustic band consisting of saxophone, piano, bass, and drums, this quartet performs a seamless blend of the entire gamut of jazz styles and history.…

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Sat Jul 18, 2015

ShakeScenes 2015

2:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Washington Hall

Collected scenes from and inspired by the works of William Shakespeare
Coordinated by Christy Burgess

Have you ever imagined Darth Vader as King Henry V or Romeo and Juliet meeting at a middle school dance? Or Shakespeare’s best poetry used as pick-up lines or interpreted in sign language? All of this and more awaits you at this year’s ShakeScenes.…

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Sun Jul 19, 2015

ShakeScenes 2015

2:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Washington Hall

Collected scenes from and inspired by the works of William Shakespeare
Coordinated by Christy Burgess

Have you ever imagined Darth Vader as King Henry V or Romeo and Juliet meeting at a middle school dance? Or Shakespeare’s best poetry used as pick-up lines or interpreted in sign language? All of this and more awaits you at this year’s ShakeScenes.…

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Wed Jul 29, 2015

Beyond the Stage: An Evening with Reed Martin and Austin Tichenor

7:29 PM - 8:29 PM
Regis Philbin Studio Theatre, DeBartolo Performing Arts Center

Reed Martin and Austin Tichenor, the writer-director team behind this summer’s brand-new comedy, William Shakespeare’s Long Lost First Play (abridged) have been “reducing expectations” for more than 25 years with plays like The Complete History of America (abridged); The Bible: the Complete Word of God (abridged)

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Thu Jul 30, 2015

Conference: “New Conversations in Religion and Science: What Difference Might Critical Realist Philosophy Make?”

3:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Notre Dame Conference Center / McKenna Hall

The Center for the Study of Religion and Society presents, “New Conversations in Religion and Science: What Difference Might Critical Realist Philosophy Make?”, an interdisciplinary conference hosted by Director Christian Smith, the William R. Kenan, Jr. Professor of Sociology.

How might conversations between science and religion be helped by the philosophy of critical realism? How can we examine things like “love,” “forgiveness,” “virtue,” and “divinity”—so crucial to many communities of faith—from scientific perspectives? What can communities of faith learn about the world from social scientists and philosophers—and vice versa? This conference brings together thinkers in religion, theology, and social science to explore how critical realism might help us address such questions with fresh, constructive answers.…

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Fri Jul 31, 2015

Conference: “New Conversations in Religion and Science: What Difference Might Critical Realist Philosophy Make?”

All Day
Notre Dame Conference Center / McKenna Hall

The Center for the Study of Religion and Society presents, “New Conversations in Religion and Science: What Difference Might Critical Realist Philosophy Make?”, an interdisciplinary conference hosted by Director Christian Smith, the William R. Kenan, Jr. Professor of Sociology.

How might conversations between science and religion be helped by the philosophy of critical realism? How can we examine things like “love,” “forgiveness,” “virtue,” and “divinity”—so crucial to many communities of faith—from scientific perspectives? What can communities of faith learn about the world from social scientists and philosophers—and vice versa? This conference brings together thinkers in religion, theology, and social science to explore how critical realism might help us address such questions with fresh, constructive answers.…

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Sun Aug 2, 2015

Family Day @ The Snite: Museum Mysteries

1:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Snite Museum of Art

The Museum is full of mysteries—wondrous whodunit’s, curious creations, and puzzling paintings. How many mysteries will your family be able to solve? Find out at Family Day at the Snite Museum of Art!

Family Days are free and open to all. They include gallery explorations, art making, refreshments, and more.…

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Tue Aug 4, 2015

Notre Dame Shakespeare Festival: William Shakespeare's Long Lost First Play (abridged)

8:00 PM - 10:00 PM
Regis Philbin Studio Theatre, DeBartolo Performing Arts Center

August 4–30, 2015
Presented in Association with Shakespeare Napa Valley

Discovered in a treasure-filled parking lot in Leicester, England, an ancient manuscript proves to be the long-lost first play by the young glover’s apprentice from Stratford. Using questionable scholarship and street-performer smarts, three gifted comic actors throw themselves into a fast, funny, and frenzied festival of physical finesse, witty wordplay, and plentiful (pitiful) punning.…

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