Dökk, a live media performance by fuse* originally scheduled for February 3, 2022, has been cancelled due to COVID-19-related complications.
Modern Renaissance, presented by TEDxPurdueU in a series of 18 minute-long talks, will explore the dynamics of our social, cultural, and political world post-pandemic, and how science, art, history, and social justice will reemerge in its wake
F. Scott Fitzgerald’s The Great Gatsby remains a vivid account of how, in the absence of true equality, pursuing the “American dream” can lead to devastating effects. Known for their powerful immersion in classic texts, Aquila Theatre brings a relevant reimagination of this classic in which Gatsby is a man of color, setting the stage for themes of class, racism and discrimination to play vividly inside the meaning of the American Dream.
Aquila Theatre makes the relevance of political ambition and power-mongering surprisingly fresh with their creative vision of Shakespeare’s Macbeth. This electric rendition is keenly aware that a certain sound and fury persists.
Home Within by Silkroad melds clarinet, cello, voice, and oud with real-time imagery into an audiovisual meditation on loss, longing and the tragedy of the Syrian conflict—haunted, yet hopeful that those who still seek home will soon discover it.