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STUDENT DISCOUNTS

Oct 16 - Nov 11

Jan 8 - Feb 10

Apr 2 - Apr 28

May 8 - June 2

For full Season details visit www.gevatheatre.org

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Brockport Student Government supports The Fine Arts Series at The College at Brockport Sponsored by Your Student Activity Fee

Your BSG Officers: (left to right)

Sandy Evans, Treasurer Samantha Wheeler, President Brian Witmer, Vice President

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Vote in April 2013 for the Student Activity Fee Your Fee Working For You: Concerts, Comedians, Lectures, The Stylus, 89.1/The Point, BTV, and more than 70 clubs.

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The Brockport Alumni Association is a proud sponsor of the College’s Fine Arts Programs Helping students and faculty pursue something greater!

www.brockport.edu/alumni (585) 395-2068


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BOX OFFICE: The Tower Fine Arts Center Box Office is located at 180 Holley Street. Tickets can be purchased in person or over the phone, with cash, personal check, or credit card (Visa, MasterCard or Discover). The Box Office is open Monday through Friday (9:30 am – 5 pm) and most Saturdays (10 am – 4 pm). The Box Office reopens one hour prior to performance times in all venues. GROUP RATES: Groups of 10 or more people attending the same performance and purchasing their tickets as a block at least two weeks in advance are entitled to group rates for most events. Call 395-2797 for additional details. ACCESSIBILITY: All theatres are handicapped accessible. Please notify a house manager if you need assistance. FOR HEARING IMPAIRED PATRONS: Tower Fine Arts Center Mainstage is outfitted with an infrared hearing system, for the use of our patrons who are hearing impaired. A limited number of headsets are available, free of charge, at the Tower Box Office. FIRE EXITS: Fire exits are located throughout the theatres. When seated, please take a moment to locate the closest exits in front and back of you. In case of an emergency, the house manager will direct you to exit the facility. INCLEMENT WEATHER AND EMERGENCY CLOSURE: The College at Brockport rarely cancels performances due to inclement weather. In such situations, information will be available through the Box Office (395-2787) and the University Police (395-2226). Information is also provided on WHAM radio, 13WHAM-TV, and radio 89.1/The Point. In the event of a cancellation, please call the Box Office and we will do our best to reseat you at another performance, subject to availability.

SCHOOL OF THE ARTS, HUMANITIES AND SOCIAL SCIENCES THE ARTS DISCIPLINES: Dr. Darwin Prioleau, Dean Virginia Bacheler, Associate Dean Stuart Ira Soloway, Arts Events Manager Robin Glazier, Secretary Monica Brasted, Chair, Department of Communication Phyllis Kloda, Chair, Department of Art P. Gibson Ralph, Chair, Department of Theatre and Music Studies Maura Keefe, Chair, Department of Dance Kevin Warner, Director, Arts for Children Tate Shaw, Executive Director, Visual Studies Workshop


Professional Alliances of the School of the Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences Fulfilling Brockport’s mission to serve the greater society The College at Brockport’s alliance with Geva Theatre Center is designed to nurture students who have professional aspirations in the theatre and enrich the academic experience of all students interested in the theatre. Theatre students benefit from the experience of Geva staff both on campus and through special programs at Geva’s facility in Rochester. At the same time, our collaboration provides an opportunity for Geva to expand its educational mission into western Monroe County while developing relationships with the Brockport academic community. Geva professionals hold teaching appointments at Brockport, direct a play each semester, and offer public lectures on the Brockport campus. The professional alliance benefits Brockport students and faculty, the actors and creative staff at Geva and the community at large. The College at Brockport’s professional alliance with the Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra enriches the life of both Brockport students and the community by providing numerous opportunities to experience fine orchestral music. Professionals from the RPO teach at Brockport and offer a series of lecture/demonstrations that are open to the public. The Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra performs on the Brockport campus for our students and the community, and all Brockport students can attend selected RPO concerts at Kodak Hall at Eastman Theatre, Rochester, at greatly discounted prices. The College at Brockport’s professional alliance with the Visual Studies Workshop, Rochester, a unique alliance between public and private institutions, provides numerous opportunities for students at The College at Brockport to enjoy the benefits of this internationally recognized center for media studies, including photography, visual books, digital imaging, film and video. Undergraduate students can register for courses at VSW. A master of fine arts in visual studies is offered through a joint program. Lectures and gallery exhibits in Rochester are open to the public. The VSW offers diversified programming in education and exhibitions, publishes a journal of media arts and cultural criticism, and an extensive series of artists’ books. VSW serves as a site for the production of artworks and for scholarly research.

Please Note • Food and beverages are allowed in the lobby, but not in the theatre. • The campus of The College at Brockport is a SMOKE-FREE environment. • All video and audio recording devices are FORBIDDEN in the theatre. Please check all digital, film or video cameras and any audio recording devices with the house manager before entering. • Please turn OFF watch alarms, cell phones, PDAs and other handheld computers. • Latecomers will be seated at the discretion of the house manager, possibly not until intermission.


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Dance

Theatre

October 18 – 20 and April 4 – 6

by Neil LaBute October 5 – 7 and 18 – 20

DANCE/Hartwell

Mauritius

November 1 – 3 and April 18 – 20

by Theresa Rebeck November 30 – December 2 and December 6 – 8

DANCE/Strasser

DANSCORE November 15 and 16 Rose L. Strasser Studio and November 17 Hochstein School of Music and Dance

AlumniDance Showcase February 21

Sankofa African Dance and Drum Ensemble May 2 – 5

reasons to be pretty

Festival of Ten VIII An evening of ten 10-minute plays March 1 – 3 and 7 – 9

The Fox on the Fairway by Ken Ludwig April 26 – 28 and May 2 – 4

Music

The Gateswingers

Visual Arts

Telling Their Stories: The Lingering Legacy of Hurricane Katrina August 30 – October 12

Low Fidelity October 25 – December 9

Monroe and Vicinity Biennial January 31 – February 24

Salvador Dalí: Dante’s Divine Comedy February 28 – March 29

Annual Student Art Exhibition April 12 –May 5

October 26

For tickets or subscription information: (585) 395-2787 or www.brockport.edu/ finearts

Po’ Boys Brass Band

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September 15

Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra

February 8

The Arco Trio March 28

Spring Concert May 11

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