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events listing, refer to the University's calendar.
Ladies at a Game of Poem Cards and The Learned Ladies,
through May 28. Based on an 18th-century Japanese puppet play,
Peter Oswald's Fair Ladies features four young lovers
who challenge the state's rigid order.
Learned Ladies tells of a bourgeois household where women
rule the roost and passion for learning eclipses all else. The
two plays are performed in rotating repertory. Court Theatre;
April 28 at 8 p.m. In this exclusive Chicago appearance, the
ensemble plays Haydn's Quartet op. 33, no.2; Shostakovich's
Quartet no. 14 in F-sharp Major; and Mendelssohn's Quartet in
F Minor, op. 80. Mandel Hall; call 773/702-8068.
May 11-June 25. Known for his plaster-slathered, paint-spattered
forms, this Viennese sculptor will place several of his pedestal
works and a series of his graphic works in a larger setting
devoted to staging musical performances, of which there will
be several during the course of the exhibit. Renaissance Society;
Symphony Orchestra and University Chorus,
May 26 at 8 p.m. and May 28 at 3 p.m. Barbara Schubert and Randi
Von Ellefson conduct the orchestra and chorus in Strauss's Also
Sprach Zarathustra; Brahms's Alto Rhapsody; and Dvorák's
Te Deum. Mandel Hall; call 773/702-1300.
Moses an Egyptian? Freud's Account in Moses and Monotheism,"
June 2 at 12:15 p.m.
Adam Rose, AM'93, Basic Program staff instructor, lectures.
Chicago Cultural Center; call 773/702-1722.