Posts Tagged ‘theatre’


So I totally spaced about my post (sorry! I hope this isn’t becoming a trend).


Boost your immunity against the oink by getting a shot or nasal spray vaccine from health services in the CC Carroll Room today. You need an appointment to get the shot. To sign up, click here.


Accessories make the outfit, and to make your own headbands go to this Smith To Do in CC 103/104 from 9 to 11 pm to use sparklies, ribbons, and feathers to make beautiful headbands.

Jazz/Wind Ensembles Fall Concert

The jazz and wind ensembles are performing at their annual fall concert tonight at 7:30 pm in Sweeney Concert Hall. It’s FREE.

Las Meninas

See this hilarious comedy in 16th century France with kings, queens, and dwarfs. It’s open the Dec. 3-5 and 9-12 at 8pm in Hallie Flannagan Studio Theatre in Mendenhall Center for Performing Arts. Tickets are $5 for Smith students and $8 for the general public. Get there early because seating is general admission.



Sorry I’m late!


The Fall Faculty Dance Concert will be on it’s last show tonight at 8 pm in Theatre 14. Tickets are $5 for students and $9 for the general public. Get there early — I hear it’s amazing and may sell out.


Like musical theatre? Go see Leading Ladies present Pippin for the last time tonight at 8 pm in Davis Ballroom. Tickets are $5 for 5-college students and $7 for the general public.

Autumn Serenade

Go to the annual fall choral concert with performances by Glee Club, Chamber Singers, Groove, and Chorus. It starts at 8pm in Sweeney Concert Hall and is free.

Bag Day

Northampton celebrates Bag Day today, where from 10 am to 4 pm at the Museum Shop and other downtown businesses, you can get 20% off one item.


(Musical) Theatre

Leading Ladies’ Pippin opens tonight. Be a Davis Ballroom at 8 pm for some crazy costumes, wild orgies, and excellent singing. Tickets are $5 for Smithies and $7 for the general public. This will be showing until Saturday, Nov. 21.


The Fall Faculty Dance Concert opens tonight in Theatre 14 in the Mendenhall Center for Performing Arts, also at 8pm. Choreography is by Susan Waltner, Roger Blum, and David Dorfman. For more information, click here. The dance show will be up through Saturday, Nov. 21.

Astronomy Open House

Celebrate the International Year of Astronomy with the Smith Astronomy department tonight from 8:30 to 9:30 on the roof of McConnell. See the moon, Jupiter, and some beautiful star clusters from Smith’s telescopes, but make sure to dress warmly.

Transgender Day of Remembrance

Transcending Gender is hosting a candlelight vigil to remember the victims of transphoic violence. It’s open to 5 College students and members of the Northampton community and coffee, tea, and hot chocolate will be served afterwards in the Resource Center for Sexuality and Gender. Be at the Chapin Deck at 7.

Dollar Night

Student tickets for the theatre department show are $1 for the day. Come in your 1950’s style costumes to win a prize. The show starts at 8 pm in Theatre 14 in the Mendenhall Center, but it’s general admission, so get there early to get a good seat. Mrs. California will be shown until Oct. 31.

Major/Minor Presentations

  • Medieval Studies: 12-1 pm, Dewey Common Room
  • Sociology: 12-1 pm, Seelye 207
  • Chemistry: 12:15-1 pm, McConnell 103
  • Anthropology: 4:30-6 pm, Seelye 207
  • For more information, click here.

Defensive Driving

You went to the van certification session, so now you might as well do the defensive driving portion as well since it’s only one more hour out of your life. Go to Stoddard Auditorium from 4-5 pm for the session and you’re free! For more information, click here.


How should Smith define diversity? Go to this Campus Climate Open Forum to give your opinion in CC 103/104 at noon. Bring a lunch.