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Chris Mahonski, Drifter History, 2015, Found and fabricated walking sticks


Photos by Anne Peterson

Box Office/ Ticketed Events The College of Arts and Letters Box Office is located in the University Theatre, 4600 Hampton Boulevard. For current box office hours or to purchase tickets online, please visit ODUArtsTix.com. Tickets may also be available for purchase at the door, beginning one hour before each event.

REFUND/EXCHANGE POLICIES All ticket orders are nonrefundable. Exchanges may be made if requested at least two business days prior to the performance for which the ticket was purchased. Exchanges are not available for discounted tickets.

LATECOMER POLICY Latecomer policy varies with each event. Guests who need to purchase tickets or retrieve tickets from Will Call are encouraged to arrive at least 30 minutes prior to the performance. Those who already have tickets are advised to arrive at least 15 minutes prior to the performance. In most instances, doors close at the start of the performance and do not reopen until the first piece has finished or until intermission. Late entry is prohibited in some instances.

For more information, visit ODUArtsTix.com or call (757) 683-5305. 

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Black Gods of the Metropolis: The Drawings of J. Alan Cumbey

Locations Chandler Recital Hall

1339 West 49th Street Located in the F. Ludwig Diehn Center for the Performing Arts on 49th Street near Webb University Center. Free parking for Chandler Recital Hall during Diehn Concerts is available in Garage E, 49th Street and Bluestone Avenue, or in the circular lot between the F. Ludwig Diehn Center for the Performing Arts and Webb Center.

University Theatre

4600 Hampton Boulevard Free parking for the University Theatre is available in Garage D, 1070 West 45th Street.

Goode Theatre

4601 Monarch Way Free parking for the Goode Theatre is available in Garage D, 1070 West 45th Street.

Baron and Ellin Gordon Art Galleries

4509 Monarch Way Parking for the Baron and Ellin Gordon Art Galleries is available in Garage D, 1070 West 45th Street. Gallery hours: Tuesday – Saturday, 11 a.m. – 5 p.m. Sunday, 1 – 5 p.m.

Brock Commons

Monarch Way and 47th Street Parking for Brock Commons is available in Garage D, 1070 West 45th Street.

ODU Virginia Beach Center

1881 University Drive, Virginia Beach, VA 23453 Located in the Princess Anne Commons area, with parking in Lot 3. 3


Diehn Concert Series & Residency Programs 4

World-class musicians in an acoustically superb space Funded by an endowment established at the Hampton Roads Community Foundation and made possible by a generous gift from F. Ludwig Diehn, events in this series are presented in the F. Ludwig Diehn Center for the Performing Arts and are accompanied by free master classes, workshops and clinics. Tickets: $15 general, $10 ODU students and groups of 10 or more at ODUArtsTix.com and the Arts & Letters Box Office.


IRKO SPEAKEASY WORKSHOP: JAN. 13, 2 P.M. ROOM 1201 F. LUDWIG DIEHN CENTER FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS

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RKO is a multiplatinum award-winning audio engineer and hip-hop artist working with successful producers, label executives and entertainers such as Diddy, Jay-Z, Jennifer Lopez, Snoop Dogg, Kanye West, and many others. At ODU, IRKO will conduct his SpeakEasy workshop, a public event allowing students and community members intimate access to an entrepreneurially minded veteran of the music world. TICKETS AT ODUARTSTIX.COM AND THE ARTS & LETTERS BOX OFFICE: $15 GENERAL $10 ODU STUDENTS $10 GROUPS OF 10 OR MORE

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Photo by Barbara Johnson

Third Coast Percussion CONCERT: FEB. 11, 7:30 P.M. MASTER CLASS: FEB. 12, 12:30 P.M. CHANDLER RECITAL HALL F. LUDWIG DIEHN CENTER FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS

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hird Coast Percussion is a Grammy-winning, artistrun quartet of classically trained percussionists hailing from Chicago. For over 10 years, the ensemble has forged a unique path in the musical landscape with virtuosic, energetic performances that celebrate the extraordinary depth and breadth of musical possibilities in the world of percussion. The ensemble has been praised for “commandingly elegant” (New York Times) performances, the “rare power” (Washington Post) of their recordings, and “an inspirational sense of fun and curiosity” (Minnesota Star-Tribune). The four members of Third Coast are also accomplished teachers and since 2012 have served as ensemble-in-residence at the University of Notre Dame’s DeBartolo Performing Arts Center.

TICKETS AT ODUARTSTIX.COM AND THE ARTS & LETTERS BOX OFFICE: $15 GENERAL $10 ODU STUDENTS $10 GROUPS OF 10 OR MORE

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Photo by Mat Hennek

Fauré Quartett CONCERT: MARCH 27, 7:30 P.M. MASTER CLASS: MARCH 28, 12:30 P.M. CHANDLER RECITAL HALL F. LUDWIG DIEHN CENTER FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS

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layers of chamber music today can’t be limited to rules from decades ago. The expectations regarding the diversity of repertoire have changed, creating room for ensembles like the Fauré Quartett, which has established itself as one of the world’s leading piano quartets within just a few years. Dirk Mommertz (piano), Erika Geldsetzer (violin), Sascha Frömbling (viola) and Konstantin Heidrich (cello) use the opportunities arising from these developments to discover new sound fields in chamber music and perform compositions outside the mainstream repertoire.

TICKETS AT ODUARTSTIX.COM AND THE ARTS & LETTERS BOX OFFICE: $15 GENERAL $10 ODU STUDENTS $10 GROUPS OF 10 OR MORE

“The Fauré Quartett is right up there with the best ensembles you can listen to today” —Harald Eggebrecht, Süddeutsche Zeitung 7


Photo by John Abbott

Houston Person Jazz Residency CONCERT WITH THE JOHN TOOMEY TRIO: APRIL 15, 7:30 P.M. CHANDLER RECITAL HALL F. LUDWIG DIEHN CENTER FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS

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s eclectic as he is talented, saxophonist Houston Person has recorded everything from disco and gospel to pop and R&B, in addition to his trademark, soulful hard bop. After years as producer and house tenor for HighNote Records and touring with the late Etta Jones, Person is known as a master of popular songs played in a relaxed and accessible style. TICKETS AT ODUARTSTIX.COM AND THE ARTS & LETTERS BOX OFFICE: $15 GENERAL $10 ODU STUDENTS $10 GROUPS OF 10 OR MORE

APRIL 11 3 P.M. CLINIC. 1201 DIEHN CENTER.

4:30 P.M. OPEN REHEARSAL WITH THE ODU JAZZ ORCHESTRA. 1105 DIEHN CENTER.

APRIL 12 10 A.M. CLINIC. 1201 DIEHN CENTER.

1 P.M. OPEN REHEARSAL WITH THE ODU JAZZ CHOIR. CHANDLER RECITAL HALL.

APRIL 14 4 P.M. CONCERT WITH THE ODU JAZZ CHOIR, JAZZ COMBO, AND JAZZ ORCHESTRA. CHANDLER RECITAL HALL. APRIL 15 1 P.M. CLINIC. 1201 DIEHN CENTER.

The events above are free and open to the public.

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JAN. 20, 7:30 P.M. ODU and WHRO present “Women Artists – Musicians Through the Ages,” a program of flute music with harpsichord and piano, composed by women musicians from the 18th century through the present day, including Anna Amalia, Lili Boulanger, Germaine Tailleferre, Barbara Heller, Ingrid Arauco, and Leopoldine Blahetka. Featuring Professor James Kosnik of ODU and Wayla Chambo Stephenson of WHRO. Chandler Recital Hall. JAN. 29, 7:30 P.M. Stephen Coxe and Friends Faculty Recital, featuring Stephen Coxe, pianist and composer. Performers include the ODU Percussion Ensemble, David Walker, director, Paul S. Kim, Rebecca Kim, Brian Nedvin, Wayla Chambo, and Jeff Phelps. Music by Bernstein, Brahms, Coxe, Messiaen, and Varèse. Chandler Recital Hall, Diehn Center for the Performing Arts. FEB. 4, 7:30 P.M. PRE-CONCERT DISCUSSION, 7:15 P.M. The Norfolk Chamber Consort continues its 50th-anniversary season with “Some Funnies and Poems,” a program dedicated to humor in music, featuring Elizabeth Hogue, soprano; Adrianne Kerr, mezzo-soprano; and Nichole Dorobanov, Andrey Kasparov, Bobbie Kesler-Corleto and Oksana Lutsyshyn, piano. Old Dominion University’s F. Ludwig Diehn Chorale, directed by Nancy K. Klein, debuts with NCC, presenting the witty Liebeslieder Polkas by Peter Schickele. Also included are works by Leonard Bernstein, Alan Blank, and William Bolcom. Light fare provided post-concert. Chandler Recital Hall, Diehn Center for the Performing Arts. Tickets: $10 students, $25 general at (757) 852-9072, olutsysh@odu.edu, and the door.

Department of Music Concerts

ODU’s Department of Music faculty and student ensembles regularly present their work to the public. Performances are free unless otherwise indicated. For more information about the Department of Music, please call (757) 683-4061, email music@odu.edu, or visit odu.edu/musicdept.

FEB. 12, 7:30 P.M. The ODU Brass Choir performs works written specifically for brass as well as arrangements of choral, orchestral, jazz, pop, and show music. The choir has performed continuously since 1972, directed originally by William Bartolotta and since 2006 by Mike Hall. Chandler Recital Hall, Diehn Center for the Performing Arts. FEB. 17, 3 P.M. The ODU Concert Choir, the Diehn Chorale, and the Symphonicity Choir present “Destination Italy,” featuring Guiseppe Verdi’s “Requiem” performed by a 120-voice combined choir and the Symphonicity orchestra. Directed by Nancy Klein and conducted by Daniel Boothe. Sandler Center for the Performing Arts, 201 Market St., Virginia Beach. Tickets: symphonicity.org.

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FEB. 17, 3 P.M. ODU Wind Ensemble presents “Global Rhythms,” exploring diverse repertories from India, China, Japan, and Africa. Directed by Brian Diller. University Theatre. FEB. 21, 7 P.M. ODU Symphony Orchestra Side-by-Side with Virginia Symphony Orchestra presents Ludwig van Beethoven’s Leonore Overture No. 3, Franz Liszt’s Les Préludes, and Camille Saint-Saëns’ Symphony No. 3 “Organ.” Featuring James Kosnik, organ, and conducted by Paul S. Kim and Gonzalo Farias. Sandler Center for the Performing Arts, 201 Market St., Virginia Beach. Tickets: $10 general, $25 advance reserve, free for ODU students/ faculty/staff with promo code “ODUVSO” at virginiasymphony.org. Tickets reserved with promo code will be available for pickup at Will Call with valid ODU ID. FEB. 26, 7:30 P.M. ODU Jazz Combo and Jazz Orchestra in Concert. Join us for an evening of music from a variety of jazz-related genres. Directed by John Toomey and Doug Owens. Arrive early for the best seating. Chandler Recital Hall, Diehn Center for the Performing Arts. MARCH 5, 7:30 P.M. For the first time ever, the Virginia Symphony Chorus, directed by Robert Shoup, and the F. Ludwig Diehn Chorale, directed by Nancy K. Klein, will combine voices in a selection of choral works to delight the listener. Featuring a capella and accompanied choral selections including Ralph Williams’ “Serenade to Music,” Ariel Ramírez’s “Misa Criolla,” Aaron Copland’s “The Promise of Living,” as well as a collection of choral favorites. TCC Roper Performing Arts Center, 340 Granby St., Norfolk. Tickets: $10 general, $25 advance reserve, free for ODU students/faculty/ staff with promo code “ODUVSO” at virginiasymphony.org. Tickets reserved with promo code will be available for pick-up at Will Call with valid ODU ID. MARCH 26, 7:30 P.M. ODU Madrigal Singers and Collegium Musicum Spring Concert. As a part of Early Music Month, the Madrigal Singers and Collegium Musicum ensembles present a concert of sacred and secular music featuring works by the prolific composer Anonymous, in addition to others. Directed by Bianca Hall. Chandler Recital Hall, Diehn Center for the Performing Arts. MARCH 30, 7 P.M. ODU Symphony Orchestra presents Mendelssohn’s Symphony No. 4 “Italian” side-by-side with the Hampton Roads Chamber Players. Also featuring winners of the ODU Young Artists Competition. Thalia Lynn Baptist Church, 4392 Virginia Beach Blvd., Virginia Beach. Free; donations accepted. APRIL 1, 7:30 P.M. “This is not a joke! Liedering by Example,” faculty recital. Schumann’s Dichterliebe, Mahler’s Lieder eines fahrenden Gesellen, and more. Brian Nedvin, tenor, and Elisabeth Bjork, piano. Chandler Recital Hall, Diehn Center for the Performing Arts. New Music Ensemble

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APRIL 5, 2 P.M. Jazz master class with internationally acclaimed jazz trombonist Ryan Keberle, featured artist with the Grammy-winning Maria Schneider Jazz Orchestra. Room 1201, Diehn Center for the Performing Arts. APRIL 9, 7:30 P.M. ODU Chamber Music Recital, featuring the Russell Stanger String Quartet and other ensembles. Directed by Leslie Frittelli and Anastasia Migliozzi. Chandler Recital Hall, Diehn Center for the Performing Arts. APRIL 17, 7:30 P.M. The ODU Percussion Ensemble has been directed by David L. Walker since 1998. The 2019 Spring Recital will include repertoire chosen from standard percussion ensemble literature, marimba ensemble arrangements, and theatrical contemporary works. Chandler Recital Hall, Diehn Center for the Performing Arts. APRIL 22, 7:30 P.M. ODU Cello Choir in concert. Directed by Leslie Frittelli. Chandler Recital Hall, Diehn Center for the Performing Arts. APRIL 23, 7:30 P.M. The ODU Brass Choir performs works written specifically for brass as well as arrangements of choral, orchestral, jazz, pop, and show music. The choir has performed continuously since 1972, directed originally by William Bartolotta and by Mike Hall since 2006. Chandler Recital Hall, Diehn Center for the Performing Arts. APRIL 25, 7:30 P.M. The ODU New Music Ensemble directed by professor Andrey Kasparov features contemporary works for diverse chamber and electronic media. Chandler Recital Hall, Diehn Center for the Performing Arts. APRIL 26 – 27, 7:30 P.M. MATINEE APRIL 28, 2:30 P.M. ODU Opera presents Il matrimonio segreto (“The Secret Marriage”). Crossed wires, scheming suitors, and love triangles: “The Secret Marriage” is a comedy of errors that pits sister against sister in their passionate pursuit of happily-ever-after. In Italian with English supertitles. University Theatre. Tickets: $15 general, $10 ODU students at ODUArtsTix.com and the Arts & Letters Box Office. APRIL 29, 7:30 P.M. PRE-CONCERT DISCUSSION, 7:15 P.M. The Norfolk Chamber Consort concludes its 50th-anniversary season with “Celebrating Artistic Diversity,” a performance exploring an array of classic and newly commissioned works. Featuring Wayla Chambo, flute; Stephen Coxe, piano; Anna Dobrzyn, violin; Gretchen Loyola, violin; Stacey Migliozzi, viola; Jeffrey Phelps, cello; and Andrey Kasparov and Oksana Lutsyshyn, piano. Baritone Ricky Goodwyn Jr., winner of the 2018 Lisa Relaford Coston Voice Competition, debuts with NCC. Works by Isaac Albéniz, Vincenzo Bellini, Frédéric Chopin, Stephen Coxe and Germaine Tailleferre. Light fare provided following the performance. Chandler Recital Hall, Diehn Center for the Performing Arts. Tickets: $25 general, $10 students at (757) 852-9072, olutsysh@odu.edu, and the door. 11


Baron & Ellin Gordon Art Galleries 12

The Baron and Ellin Gordon Art Galleries exhibit works by nationally and internationally recognized self-taught artists, contemporary artists working in all media, and local and regional artists connected with Old Dominion University. Free and open to the public, with parking in the 45th Street garage. 4509 Monarch Way (757) 683-6271 Hours: Tuesday – Saturday, 11 a.m. – 5 p.m. Sunday, 1 – 5 p.m. odu.edu/gordongalleries Facebook: @GordonArtGalleries

Chris Mahonski Drifter History, 2015 Found and fabricated walking sticks


Photo by Anne Peterson

Black Gods of the Metropolis: The Drawings of J. Alan Cumbey CONTINUING THROUGH JAN. 27 CLOSING RECEPTION JAN. 24, 6 – 8 P.M. WITH OPENING RECEPTION FOR DRIFTER HISTORY

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he late J. Alan Cumbey was a white gay man, a well-known cultural writer of the 1980s and 1990s in Richmond, Virginia. What he kept private was that he was also a self-taught artist who created a large body of drawings exploring his identity and world as a gay Southerner. Cumbey grew up in Southampton County playing under the tree where Nat Turner was hanged. In his drawings he pictures himself as a black man, containing in one body two marginalized communities. When he died of complications of AIDS in 1992, Cumbey left a pictorial saga of his journey through the culture of race and sexuality of the American South, a testimony toward a greater understanding of America, its aesthetic voices and cultural tropes.

Drifter History: Works by Chris Mahonski JAN. 12 – FEB. 17 RECEPTION: JAN. 24, 6 – 8 P.M. WITH CLOSING RECEPTION FOR BLACK GODS OF THE METROPOLIS

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rifter History is an immersive installation in which the artist transforms the gallery into a field of walking staffs. Guests are invited to meander and experience connections between walking and anxieties of change, departures and arrivals, and mixing identities and origins.

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2019 Juried Student Exhibition MARCH 8 – APRIL 14 RECEPTION: MARCH 7, 6 – 8 P.M.

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his exhibition features works submitted by students in ODU’s Art Department programs and selected by an invited art professional. It represents the breadth and quality of work being produced by undergraduates in several disciplines including drawing and design, graphic design, print and photo media, painting, and three-dimensional media.

2019 Graphic Design Exit Review and Reception APRIL 18, 7 – 9 P.M.

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his review is an annual exhibition and presentation of graduating portfolios from the ODU Graphic Design program. Following a closed review to which area design professionals are invited, the exhibition is open to the public from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. Candidates will be available throughout this one-night event to discuss their work.

Spring 2019 Senior Exhibition MAY 3 – 19 RECEPTION: MAY 2, 6 – 8 P.M. An exhibition presented by the Art Department’s Spring 2019 Senior Show class. Graduating seniors create the artwork and fully plan and execute the exhibition. The student artists are available to discuss their works at the reception.

Photos by Anne Peterson

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VMFA Artmobile APRIL 18, 2 – 8 P.M. APRIL 19, 10 A.M. – 6 P.M. APRIL 20, 10 A.M. – 2 P.M. MONARCH WAY BETWEEN 46TH AND 47TH STREETS

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eginning in 1953 the original Virginia Museum of Fine Arts Artmobile program brought art exhibitions and educational programs to colleges, schools, and community organizations across Virginia for 40 years, reaching 2.5 million people. Now the VMFA is once again bringing traveling art exhibitions and educational offerings to the Commonwealth with VMFA on the Road: An Artmobile for the 21st Century. Visitors are invited aboard the new Artmobile to view the inaugural exhibition, How Far Can Creativity Take You? VMFA Fellowship Artists, which explores the history and impact of VMFA’s fellowship program, the largest of its kind in the United States. The exhibition uses the work of former fellowship artists to examine how different mediums and techniques are used to create unique works of art. Featured artists include painters Cy Twombly and Benjamin Wigfall; photographers Sally Mann and Emmet Gowin; printmakers Dennis Winston and Ann Chenoweth; and television writer and director Vince Gilligan, among other Virginians. Free and open to the public. Visit ODUArtsTix.com and VMFA.museum for more information.

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The Barry Art Museum is now open! The Barry Art Museum is an educational and cultural resource for the Coastal Virginia region. The 24,000-square-foot museum showcases international glass sculptures, 20th-century American modernist paintings, historic dolls and European automata. The museum features internationally renowned artists such as Dale Chihuly, Lino Tagliapietra, Harvey Littleton and Howard Ben Tré. The Barry Art Museum signifies Old Dominion University’s strong commitment to the arts. Admission is free, and the museum is open to the public. Tuesday – Friday, 11 a.m. – 5 p.m. Saturday – Sunday, Noon – 5 p.m. 1075 W. 43rd Street Norfolk, VA 23529 Metered parking is available on the ground floor of parking garage C behind the museum and is $1.50 per hour payable with credit card. Coin metered parking is also available on 43rd Street. Visit odu.edu/barryartmuseum or call (757) 683-6200 for more information.

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Theatre@ODU

Theatre@ODU is home to passionate artists seeking to explore the possibilities, excitement, and energy of the performing arts. ODURep is the production arm of the Old Dominion University Theatre Program in the Department of Communication and Theatre Arts. While honoring our predecessors, we actively seek the future of theatre beyond the safe boundaries of the familiar. We’re a small family of theatre artists nestled in the excitement of a large university. If you’re passionate about making theatre, you’re invited to join us! Visit odu.edu/commtheatre/theatre for more information.

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Words, Words, Words JAN. 24 – 26, 7:30 P.M. MATINEE JAN. 27, 2 P.M.

Directed by Ryan McIntire GOODE THEATRE

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his collection of one-act comedies by David Ives (Venus in Fur) demonstrates the madcap genius of one of the wittiest and smartest writers of today’s stage. Each piece creates a unique world with its own hilarious rules, each more absurd than the next. Collectively they conjure a world with no rules at all except the most basic: When all else fails, try laughing! TICKETS AT ODUARTSTIX.COM AND THE ARTS & LETTERS BOX OFFICE: $15 GENERAL $10 ODU STUDENTS $10 GROUPS OF 10 OR MORE

Getting Out FEB. 20 – 23 AND FEB. 27 – MARCH 2, 7:30 P.M. MATINEE MARCH 3, 2 P.M.

Written by Marsha Norman Directed by Carolina Conte GOODE THEATRE

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etting Out is an honest look at a young woman’s life on her first day out of prison as she fights to maintain the hard-won changes she made during her eight years inside. Audiences watch as she struggles to stay the woman she has become rather than revert to the raging, emotionally wounded teenager who was sentenced. Marsha Norman’s deeply moving drama follows the woman’s path through both versions of her character – past and present – while exposing the roots of her pain and damage, her pride in the victory, and her courage as she attempts a new life, one good choice at a time. TICKETS AT ODUARTSTIX.COM AND THE ARTS & LETTERS BOX OFFICE: $15 GENERAL $10 ODU STUDENTS $10 GROUPS OF 10 OR MORE

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Twelfth Night APRIL 10 – 13 AND 17 – 20, 7:30 P.M. MATINEE APRIL 21, 2 P.M.

Written by William Shakespeare Directed by Chris Hanna GOODE THEATRE

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our centuries prior to the present discussion, Shakespeare wrote a comedy about gender confusion and binary breakdown. Surprisingly, his play is more daring and more fun than much of today’s media conversation. Both Olivia and Orsinio, two glamour icons of mystical Illyria, fall for young Viola. Each believes Viola is a man, but neither seems interested in what s/he wants. Shakespeare tosses off traditional identity norms as if they were tight spike heels and dives directly into the heart (and other parts) of attraction. Smart, sensual, and spicy, with great conversation for the way home!

TICKETS AT ODUARTSTIX.COM AND THE ARTS & LETTERS BOX OFFICE: $15 GENERAL $10 ODU STUDENTS $10 GROUPS OF 10 OR MORE

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Are you looking to acquire skills essential to launching and sustaining successful for-profit, nonprofit, and community-based arts programs? Do you want to lead initiatives that place art at the forefront of social innovation? Then check out the Certificate in Arts & Entrepreneurship at Old Dominion University’s Institute for the Humanities. The certificate will teach you how to create sustainable business plans, write grants, fundraise, do social media marketing, cultivate and engage stakeholders, work in arts administration, and hone your social entrepreneurial and design thinking skills. These skills are paired with critical tools drawn from studying the social, political, economic and cultural value of arts-based innovations. The certificate is intended for individuals in studio and/or the performing arts, including painting, sculpture, metalwork, graphic design, cartooning, illustration, letterpress, music, dance, theatre, film and video. Students earning the 13-credit certificate will obtain skills that equip them to start and/or sustain their own arts-based enterprises. For more information, please visit odu.edu/al/institutes/humanities or email humanities@odu.edu.

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University Dance Theatre 22

University Dance Theatre is the performing company of the Dance Program of the Department of Communication and Theatre Arts. For more information about the University Dance Program, please call (757) 683-5455 or visit odu.edu/commtheatre/dance. Follow the Dance Program on Facebook: @ODUDance.


University Dance Theatre Spring Concert APRIL 17 – 20, 7:30 P.M. MATINEE APRIL 20, 2 P.M.

Produced and Directed by Marilyn Marloff and Megan Thompson UNIVERSITY THEATRE

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xperience an unforgettable evening of diverse works as emerging and established artists expand the boundaries of dance. The University Dance Theatre Spring Concert presents original choreography in a variety of dance styles, such as modern dance, jazz, hip-hop and contemporary ballet, performed by Old Dominion University students. This spring’s concert features the work of guest artist Duane Cyrus of Theatre of Movement, a visionary performing and visual art collective that creates original, provocative and meaningful artworks informed by research into Black American and Caribbean histories and imagery. TICKETS AT ODUARTSTIX.COM AND THE ARTS & LETTERS BOX OFFICE: $14 GENERAL, $12 ODU STUDENTS THROUGH APRIL 1 $20 GENERAL, $15 ODU STUDENT AFTER APRIL 1

Photos by Anne Peterson

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The Film Program in the Department of Communication and Theatre Arts at Old Dominion University fosters a passion for telling stories with a camera. For more information about the Film Program, please email filmprogram@odu.edu or visit odu.edu/commtheatre/film. Follow the Film Program on Twitter: @ODUfilm.


Nathaniel Villaire as 1st AC

Spring Student Film Showcase MAY 3, 7:30 P.M. UNIVERSITY THEATRE

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his showcase presents student work from the past academic year in multiple genres.

TICKETS: $5 AT ODUARTSTIX.COM AND THE ARTS AND LETTERS BOX OFFICE.

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ODU Virginia Beach Center

ODU Virginia Beach is one of the University’s three Regional Higher Education Centers and is a full-service facility offering select undergraduate classes, graduate and certificate programs, admissions, registration, advising and other student services as well as an array of co-curricular and community engagement events, free and open to the public. For more information, please call (757) 368-4100 or visit odu.edu/vabeach. Follow ODU Virginia Beach on Facebook: @ODUVB. All events are free and open to the public.

NEA Big Read Roundtable Discussion of Claudia Rankine’s “Citizen: An American Lyric” FEB. 14, 12:30 – 1:30 P.M., RECEPTION: 1:30 P.M. ROOM 159, ODU VIRGINIA BEACH

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DU and NSU Virginia Beach co-host a roundtable of faculty members from both universities and a moderator from ODU’s Office of Institutional Equity and Diversity to discuss Claudia Rankine’s “Citizen: An American Lyric,” in anticipation of Rankine’s visit for the President’s Lecture Series, co-sponsored by the NEA Big Read: Hampton Roads and the President’s Task Force on Inclusive Excellence. Rankine is a MacArthur “Genius” Award Recipient, and “Citizen” was selected for a National Book Critics Circle Award, the PEN Open Book Award, and the NAACP Image Award; It was also the first work of poetry to become a New York Times bestseller for multiple weeks on the paperback nonfiction list. Join the discussion on-site in Virginia Beach or via videoconferencing at the Peninsula Center, Tri-Cities Center, Norfolk main campus, or online. Book sales by the University Village Bookstore in Virginia Beach and refreshments at all locations.

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NEA Big Read is a program of the National Endowment for the Arts in partnership with Arts Midwest.


"Anomaly" WORKS CREATED BY:  

Visual & Performing Arts Academy   SENIOR VISUAL ART STUDENTS 

Senior Thesis Exhibition: The Visual and Performing Arts Academy (VPAA) Virginia Beach City Public Schools FEB. 21 – MARCH 19 CLOSING RECEPTION: MARCH 18, 5:30 – 7 P.M. ATRIUM, ODU VIRGINIA BEACH

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DU Virginia Beach hosts an exhibition of 14 thesis works created by senior students from the Visual and Performing Arts Academy (VPAA) in Virginia Beach. In a variety of media, these works celebrate arts education and the creative vision and talent of youth. They express complex ideas and concepts, and the student-generated research is showcased in the display. The graduating high school students enrolled in this highly selective program created, curated, and installed the show. Please join us in recognizing the visual achievement of students during “Youth Art Month” at the closing reception.

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Women’s History Month: Janet Peery MARCH 15, 12:30 – 1:30 P.M. RECEPTION: 1:30 P.M. LECTURE HALL 244 ODU VIRGINIA BEACH Peery, author of Alligator Dance, The River Beyond the Janet World, What the Thunder Said and The Exact Nature of our

Wrongs, is the distinguished guest for the 2019 Women’s History Month celebration. Peery’s works also appear in Southern Review, StoryQuarterly, Shenandoah, Southwest Review, Kenyon Review, American Short Fiction, and many other literary magazines and anthologies, including Best American Short Stories and Best of the Pushcart Prize. A finalist for the National Book Award in Fiction, Peery is a recipient of the Whiting Writers Award, a Richard and Hinda Rosenthal Award from the American Academy of Arts and Letters, a Library of Virginia Literary Award, and fellowships from the National Endowment for the Arts and the John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation. Author signing and book sales by the University Village Bookstore during the reception. The event will be streamed live to the ODU Peninsula and Tri-Cities Centers and online.

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National Poetry Month: The Buddha Wonders if She is Having a Mid-Life Crisis and American Dangerous APRIL 11, 12:30 – 1:30 P.M. RECEPTION: 1:30 P.M. LECTURE HALL 244 ODU VIRGINIA BEACH

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elebrate National Poetry Month with Luisa Igloria and Renée Olander. ODU Virginia Beach brings together two distinguished local authors reading from their newest works. Luisa A. Igloria was the inaugural Glasgow Distinguished Writer in Residence at Washington and Lee University (2018) and winner of the 2015 Resurgence Prize (U.K.), the world’s first major award for ecopoetry, selected by former UK poet laureate Sir Andrew Motion, Alice Oswald, and Jo Shapcott. Former U.S. Poet Laureate Natasha Trethewey selected her chapbook What is Left of Wings, I Ask as the 2018 recipient of the Center for the Book Arts Letterpress Poetry Chapbook award. Other works include The Buddha Wonders if She is Having a Mid-Life Crisis (Phoenicia Publishing, Montreal, 2018), Ode to the Heart Smaller than a Pencil Eraser (2014 May Swenson Prize, Utah State University Press), Juan Luna’s Revolver (2009 Ernest Sandeen Prize, University of Notre Dame Press), and 11 other books. She teaches on the faculty of the MFA Creative Writing Program at Old Dominion University, which she directed from 2009-2015. www.luisaigloria.com Renée Olander is author of American Dangerous and A Few Spells. Her poems have appeared in the Split This Rock Poem of the Week, Heart Online and The Chronicle of Higher Education Poetry Month blogs, and in the anthologies Forgotten Women, Hawai’i Pacific Review Best of the Decade 1997-2007, Verse and Universe: Poems About Science and Mathematics, and many other publications. Olander’s essays, reviews, and interviews with writers have appeared in The Writer’s Chronicle, The Virginian-Pilot, and The Tulsa Review of Women’s Literature, and her work is forthcoming in Feminine Rising: Voices of Power and Invisibility. Her memoir Antarctica in the House was a finalist for the Arcadia’s Press’s 2016 Dead Bison Editors’ Prize in Nonfiction, and she is recipient of the Kate Smith Award for Poetry from Amelia Magazine. Author signing and book sales by the University Village Bookstore during the reception. Event streamed live to the ODU Peninsula and Tri-Cities Centers and online. 29


NEA Big Read: Hampton Roads

Claudia Rankine, author of “Citizen: An American Lyric”

An Evening with Claudia Rankine

presented by NEA Big Read: Hampton Roads, the ODU President’s Lecture Series, and ODU’s President’s Task Force on Inclusive Excellence FEB. 21, 7 – 9 P.M. BIG BLUE ROOM, TED CONSTANT CONVOCATION CENTER

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n initiative of the National Endowment for the Arts in partnership with Arts Midwest, the NEA Big Read broadens our understanding of our world, our communities, and ourselves through the joy of sharing a good book. For NEA Big Read: Hampton Roads, that book is “Citizen: An American Lyric.” NEA Big Read: Hampton Roads, the President’s Lecture Series, and the President’s Task Force on Inclusive Excellence invite you to a powerful evening with Claudia Rankine, the book’s author, hosted by Tim Seibles, Poet Laureate for the Commonwealth of Virginia, and opening with readings by local youth poets. Claudia Rankine is a New York Times bestselling poet, MacArthur “Genius” Award recipient and National Book Critics award winner. She has written five collections of poetry, including “Citizen: An American Lyric,” which was selected for the NEA Big Read, and two plays. She also has participated in several video collaborations and edited anthologies including The Racial Imaginary: Writers on Race in the Life of the Mind. She is the Frederick Iseman Professor of Poetry at Yale University and chancellor of the Academy of American Poets. TICKETS: FREE AT ODUARTSTIX.COM AND THE ARTS & LETTERS BOX OFFICE This event is free and open to the public, but seating is limited, and tickets are required for entry. Please note that ticket holders must arrive at least 15 minutes prior to event start time. Tickets that have not been scanned by 6:45 p.m. may be released to other guests.

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Citizen Revealed FEB. 21 – 28 RECEPTION: FEB. 22, 6 – 8 P.M. BARRY ARTS BUILDING LOBBY

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rtwork inspired by Claudia Rankine’s “Citizen: An American Lyric,” which is a National Endowment for the Arts Big Read selection, will be displayed along with artist statements. This event is curated by Elliott Jones, Associate Professor in the Art Department, and presented by ODU art students.

NEA Big Read is a program of the National Endowment for the Arts in partnership with Arts Midwest. For more information on NEA Big Read: Hampton Roads events occurring throughout the Hampton Roads area, visit HRBigRead.org.

The Rewards of Giving to Arts@ODU As we confront the challenges of the future, we know that the generosity of those who assist Old Dominion University will make all the difference in our success. That is why we seek your support. We also want to ensure that you benefit from giving to ODU. In addition to making a difference in the lives of our students, the best gift plans improve your financial and tax situation—often right away. To explore opportunities that combine your philanthropic giving with your financial needs and tax-planning strategies, please contact Glenda Maynard, major gifts officer, College of Arts and Letters, at gmaynard@odu.edu or (757) 683-4468.

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arts@odu venues

Baron and Ellin Gordon Art Galleries 4509 Monarch Way

The Baron and Ellin Gordon Art Galleries exhibit works by nationally and internationally recognized self-taught artists, contemporary artists working in all media, and local and regional artists connected with Old Dominion University. The lobby comfortably seats up to 50 guests and is equipped with a wide array of presentation-related media, including televisions, laptops, microphones and a PA system, tables and lecterns. The gallery spaces may be open during events by request when appropriate.

Brock Commons

Monarch Way and 47th Street This new outdoor space, which includes an amphitheater and plaza, features landscape accent lighting and adjacent ponds.

Chandler Recital Hall 1339 West 49th Street

An intimate 200-seat performance space with excellent acoustics, Chandler Recital Hall is located in the F. Ludwig Diehn Center for the Performing Arts, near Webb University Center. The hall adjoins the Diehn Center atrium, which also may be reserved for events.

Goode Theatre

4601 Monarch Way The Goode Theatre features a 185-seat flexible stage facility and fully equipped film soundstage. The lobby, also available for events, includes an attached Green Room, balcony area and floor-to-ceiling windows, which are illuminated with neon lights in the evening.

University Theatre

4600 Hampton Boulevard University Theatre features a classic 280-seat proscenium theatre fully equipped with a contemporary counter-weight fly system, both traditional lighting instruments and moving lights, a flexible sound system and high-definition data projectors featuring multiple inputs, including Blu-ray players.

ODU Virginia Beach Higher Education Center Atrium 1881 University Drive, Virginia Beach, VA 23453

The Atrium features an aesthetically beautiful space suitable for visual arts exhibits and other cultural arts events.

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Rental fees vary based on venue, event duration, requested equipment and required labor. Please consult booking contact for specifics.

Lobby Capacity: 50 Maximum Capacity: 209 Booking information: galleryevents@odu.edu

Tymoff+Moss Architects

Capacity: 200 Booking information: Justin McLawhorn, jmclawho@odu.edu Capacity: 200 Booking information: ODU Department of Music, music@odu.edu, (757) 683-4061

Theatre seating capacity: 185 Lobby capacity: 120 Booking information: Justin McLawhorn, jmclawho@odu.edu

Capacity: 280 Booking information: Elwood Robinson, erobinso@odu.edu

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Spring Arts Calendar

Tickets: ODUArtsTix.com and the Arts and Letters box office unless otherwise indicated. Art

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Diehn Concerts

Music

ODU Virginia Beach

Dance

Film

NEA Big Read

January

Continuing Through Jan 27. Black Gods of the Metropolis: The Drawings of J. Alan Cumbey. Gordon Art Galleries.

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Through Feb 17. Drifter History: Works by Chris Mahonski. Gordon Art Galleries. 2 p.m. IRKO SpeakEasy Workshop, Diehn Series Event. Diehn 1201. Tickets: $10–$15. 7:30 p.m. “Women Artists – Musicians Through the Ages,” concert by Jim Kosnik of ODU and Wayla Chambo Stephenson of WHRO. Chandler Recital Hall.

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6 p.m. Joint reception for Chris Mahonski: Drifter History and Black Gods of the Metropolis: The Drawings of J. Alan Cumbey Exhibitions. Gordon Art Galleries.

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7:30 p.m. Words, Words, Words. University Theatre. Tickets: $5–$15.

7:30 p.m. Words, Words, Words. University Theatre. Tickets: $5–$15. 7:30 p.m. Words, Words, Words. University Theatre. Tickets: $5–$15. 2 p.m. Words, Words, Words. University Theatre. Tickets: $5–$15. 7:30 p.m. Stephen Coxe and Friends Faculty Recital. Chandler Recital Hall.

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7:30 p.m. “Some Funnies and Poems,” Norfolk Chamber Consort concert. Pre-concert discussion, 7:15 p.m. Chandler Recital Hall. Tickets: $10–$15 at (757) 852-9072, olutsysh@odu.edu, and the door.

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7:30 p.m. Third Coast Percussion, Diehn Concert. Chandler Recital Hall. 12:30 p.m. Third Coast Percussion, Diehn Master Class. Chandler Recital Hall. 7:30 p.m. ODU Brass Choir. Chandler Recital Hall.

12:30 p.m. NEA Big Read Roundtable Discussion of Claudia Rankine’s “Citizen: An American Lyric.” Room 159, ODU Virginia Beach.

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3 p.m. “Destination Italy,” ODU Concert Choir, Diehn Chorale, and Symphonicity Choir concert. Sandler Center for the Performing Arts, 201 Market St., Virginia Beach. Tickets: symphonicity.org.

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3 p.m. “Global Rhythms,” ODU Wind Ensemble concert. University Theatre.

7:30 p.m. Getting Out. Goode Theatre. Tickets: $5–$15.

Through Feb 28. Student Exhibition: Citizen Revealed. Lobby, Barry Arts Building. Through March 19. Senior Thesis Exhibition: The Visual and Performing Arts Academy. Atrium, ODU Virginia Beach. 7 p.m. NEA Big Read: Hampton Roads presents An Evening with Claudia Rankine. Big Blue Room, Ted Constant Convocation Center.

7 p.m. ODU Symphony Orchestra Side-by-Side with Virginia Symphony Orchestra. Sandler Center for the Performing Arts. Tickets: $0–$25 at virginiasymphony.org.

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7:30 p.m. Getting Out. Goode Theatre. Tickets: $5–$15.

6 p.m. Reception for Citizen Revealed: Student Exhibition. Lobby, Barry Arts Building.

7:30 p.m. Getting Out. Goode Theatre. Tickets: $5–$15.

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7:30 p.m. Getting Out. Goode Theatre. Tickets: $5–$15. 7:30 p.m. ODU Jazz Combo and Jazz Orchestra. Chandler Recital Hall. 7:30 p.m. Getting Out. Goode Theatre. Tickets: $5–$15. 7:30 p.m. Getting Out. Goode Theatre. Tickets: $5–$15.

March

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7:30 p.m. Getting Out. Goode Theatre. Tickets: $5–$15. 7:30 p.m. Getting Out. Goode Theatre. Tickets: $5–$15. 2 p.m. Getting Out. Goode Theatre. Tickets: $5–$15.

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7:30 p.m. Diehn Chorale and Virginia Symphony Chorus in concert. Roper Theater, 340 Granby Street, Norfolk. Tickets: $0–$25 at virginiasymphony.org. 6 p.m. Reception for 2019 Juried Student Exhibition. Gordon Art Galleries. Through April 14. 2019 Juried Student Exhibition. Gordon Art Galleries.

12:30 p.m. Women’s History Month: Janet Peery. Lecture Hall 244, ODU Virginia Beach.

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5:30 p.m. Closing Reception for Senior Thesis Exhibition: The Visual and Performing Arts Academy. Atrium, ODU Virginia Beach.

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7:30 p.m. ODU Madrigal Singers and Collegium Musicum Spring Concert. Chandler Recital Hall. 7:30 p.m. Fauré Quartett, Diehn Concert. Chandler Recital Hall. 12:30 p.m. Fauré Quartett, Diehn Master Class. Chandler Recital Hall. 7 p.m. ODU Symphony Orchestra Side-by-Side with the Hampton Roads Chamber Players. Thalia Lynn Baptist Church, 4392 Virginia Beach Blvd., Virginia Beach. Free; donations accepted.

April

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7:30 p.m. “This is not a joke! Liedering by Example,” Faculty Recital. Brian Nedvin and Elisabeth Bjork. Chandler Recital Hall.

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2 p.m. Ryan Keberle, Jazz Master Class. Diehn 1201. 7:30 p.m. ODU Chamber Music Recital. Chandler Recital Hall.

7:30 p.m. Twelfth Night. Goode Theatre. Tickets: $5–$15. 12:30 p.m. National Poetry Month: Luisa Igloria and Renée Olander. Lecture Hall 244, ODU Virginia Beach. 3 p.m. Houston Person, Jazz Clinic. Diehn 1201. 4:30 p.m. Houston Person, Open Rehearsal with Jazz Orchestra. Diehn 1105.

7:30 p.m. Twelfth Night. Goode Theatre. Tickets: $5–$15.

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10 a.m. Houston Person, Jazz Clinic. Diehn 1201. 1 p.m. Houston Person, Open Rehearsal with Jazz Choir. Chandler Recital Hall.

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7:30 p.m. Twelfth Night. Goode Theatre. Tickets: $5–$15.

7:30 p.m. Twelfth Night. Goode Theatre. Tickets: $5–$15. 4 p.m. Houston Person, Concert with Jazz Choir, Jazz Combo, and Jazz Orchestra. Chandler Recital Hall. 1 p.m. Houston Person, Jazz Clinic. Diehn 1201. 7:30 p.m. Houston Person with John Toomey Trio, Diehn Concert. Chandler Recital Hall.

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7:30 p.m. ODU Percussion Ensemble Spring Recital. Chandler Recital Hall. 7:30 p.m. University Dance Theatre Spring Concert. University Theatre. Tickets: $12–$20. 7:30 p.m. Twelfth Night. Goode Theatre. Tickets: $5–$15.

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2 – 8 p.m. VMFA Artmobile. Monarch Way, 4600 Block. 7 p.m. 2019 Graphic Design Exit Review and Reception. Gordon Art Galleries.

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7:30 p.m. University Dance Theatre Spring Concert. University Theatre. Tickets: $12–$20. 7:30 p.m. Twelfth Night. Goode Theatre. Tickets: $5–$15.

10 a.m. – 6 p.m. VMFA Artmobile. Monarch Way, 4600 Block. 7:30 p.m. University Dance Theatre Spring Concert. University Theatre. Tickets: $12–$20.

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7:30 p.m. Twelfth Night. Goode Theatre. Tickets: $5–$15.

10 a.m. – 2 p.m. VMFA Artmobile. Monarch Way, 4600 Block. 2 p.m. University Dance Theatre Spring Concert. University Theatre. Tickets: $12–$20.

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7:30 p.m. University Dance Theatre Spring Concert. University Theatre. Tickets: $12–$20. 7:30 p.m. Twelfth Night. Goode Theatre. Tickets: $5–$15.

2 p.m. Twelfth Night. Goode Theatre. Tickets: $5–$15. 7:30 p.m. ODU Cello Choir. Chandler Recital Hall. 7:30 p.m. ODU Brass Choir. Chandler Recital Hall. 7:30 p.m. ODU New Music Ensemble. Chandler Recital Hall. 7:30 p.m. Il matrimonio segreto (“The Secret Marriage”). University Theatre. Tickets: $10–$15. 7:30 p.m. Il matrimonio segreto (“The Secret Marriage”). University Theatre. Tickets: $10–$15. 2:30 p.m. Il matrimonio segreto (“The Secret Marriage”). University Theatre. Tickets: $10–$15. 7:30 p.m. “Celebrating Artistic Diversity,” Norfolk Chamber Consort concert. Pre-concert discussion, 7:15 p.m. Chandler Recital Hall. Tickets: $10–$25 at (757) 852-9072, olutsysh@odu.edu, and the door.

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6 p.m. Reception for Spring 2019 Senior Exhibition. Gordon Art Galleries. Through May 19. Spring 2019 Senior Exhibition. Gordon Art Galleries. 7:30 p.m. Spring Student Film Showcase. University Theatre. Tickets: $5.

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Lot 5 Foreman Field

This publication is supported by the F. Ludwig Diehn Fund of the Hampton Roads Community Foundation and Old Dominion University’s Office of Development and Alumni Relations and Office of the Dean, Lot 6 College of Arts and Letters. Presbyterian Catholic Baptist Student Wesley Center House

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FROM VIRGINIA BEACH Take I-264 West to Downtown Norfolk. This highway turns into Waterside Drive. Follow Waterside Drive for several blocks, which turns into Boush Street. At the intersection of Boush and Brambleton Avenue turn left onto Brambleton. Move into the right lane. You will see a sign that says “To ODU.” Merge with the traffic onto Hampton Boulevard. Follow Hampton Boulevard approximately three miles. The university will be located on your left at the corner of Hampton Boulevard and 49th Street.

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The District

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Spring 2019 Arts@ODU calendar  
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