NAU’s College of Arts and Letters is in for a busy semester. Spring brings more than 200 events to campus, including live music, theater, opera, art, film and conversation.
Highlights include performances by The Acting Company from New York City, internationally acclaimed musicians with Horizons Concert Series and comedians Lewis Black and Brian Regan.
In honor of International Holocaust Remembrance Day on Jan. 27, the Martin-Springer Institute presents “War, Torture & Consequence”—a conversation with Eric Fair about his experience as an interrogator in Iraq.
NAU-produced shows include Lyric Theatre’s Dido and Aeneas, live music performances, original student and faculty art exhibits and theater productions of Silent Sky, a play about a female astronomer, and Peter and the Starcatcher, an award-winning music-infused prequel to Peter Pan. The NAU Art Museum will feature a variety of original work, including guest artists Tracy Stuckey and Kathyrn Martin.
Other happenings include the Tuesday Night Film Series, which will showcase the British Film Institute’s Greatest Films, and the International Film Series, which will feature international musicals. Philosophy in the Public Interest will continue to host forum discussions that engage the community with hot topics and provide the opportunity to follow one of the community language tables.
A full calendar of events and more information about the College of Arts and Letter can be found online.
Community members planning to attend events this Spring can register at NAU Parking as a northern Arizona community member for complimentary parking passes.
Tickets for any of the following shows can be purchased at the Central Ticket Office in the University Union on the Flagstaff campus, or by calling (928) 523-5661.