Great activities this weekend!
November 12, 2010
LSUDrama presents Improv! - La Sierra University’s Department of English and Communication will present “Theater Sports: Whose Preposition/Adverb/Adjective is it Anyway?”-- three evenings of true love, laughter, tears, treachery, nobility and who knows what will happen next. Performances are at 8 p.m., Matheson Hall, Nov. 13 and Dec. 4. Tickets are $10 general admission, $7 LSU students/faculty/staff. For additional information e-mail Marilynn Loveless at email@example.com.
2nd Annual Archaeology Discovery Weekend at La Sierra University, Nov. 13-14, featuring, “Nineveh, the Glory of Iraq’s Past.” Enjoy lectures on the famed biblical city of Nineveh; a Middle Eastern banquet presentation by Jordan’s Department of Antiquities director general; hands-on workshops showing how to date ancient pottery, make biblical-era clothing and how to make/use ancient stone tools. Get news reports on recent digs in Jordan and enjoy a Middle Eastern reception in a Bedouin hospitality tent. Sponsored by the LSU School of Religion. Events begin 4 p.m., Nov. 13. Admission to most events is free. The Middle Eastern banquet is $50 per person. Call 951-785-2041 or go to www.lasierra.edu for more information and an event schedule.
“Mainly Mozart,” a La Sierra University Orchestra concert under direction of Dr. Daniel Cummings, featuring Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart’s “Exultate Jubilate” with soprano Karen Vuong and Mozart’s “Symphony No. 33.” Nov. 13, 7 p.m., Hole Memorial Auditorium. Free admission. Call 951-785-2036 for information.
Vuong in May performed her Seattle Opera debut as Trang and the Nurse in the world premiere of Amelia, directed by Stephen Wadsworth. Vuong is an inaugural member and two-year participant in the Los Angeles Opera’s prestigious Domingo-Thornton Young Artist Program. Vuong has appeared in several Los Angeles Opera productions including Wagner’s “Tannhauser” and Massenet’s “Manon.” She received her bachelor’s degree in music from the University of California, Los Angeles in 2006.
Upon graduation, she was invited into the Domingo-Thornton Young Artist Program where she studied under many opera legends, including Plácido Domingo. She is currently studying with Mr. Cesar Ulloa.
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