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February11 - Thu^7:30 pmWinter Theatre Production: "The Maids" by Jean Genet, directed by Pyin Bala '16
Lab Theatre (LG 203), Harold G. Leggett Building
Genet?s absurd drama is based on the actual murder of the wealthy woman and her daughter by their two maids, the Papin sisters. In the play, Claire and Solange are trapped in inescapable identities with limited conditions. Their role play rituals-taking turns at dressing up as their Madame and seeking revenge-are their only way to find freedom. Through the series of events, their fantasies and illusions get out of hand and later become reality. Tickets at randolphcollege.edu/tickets or 434-947-8562.
12 - Fri^2:00 pmGuest Artist Master Class in Voice: David Tayloe, tenor
Wimberly Recital Hall, Presser Hall
Dr. David Tayloe, assistant professor of voice at the University of Alabama, works with student vocalists in master class.
5:30 pmLove at the Maier
Maier Museum of Art
Love at the Maier - Love at the Maier is an annual two-part celebration of art and artists, centered around the mood and aesthetics of Valentine?s Day, held in conjunction with the spring exhibition. Refreshments provided. Admission: $5 Maier Members; $10 all others.
7:30 pmGuest Artist Recital
Wimberly Recital Hall, Presser Hall
7:30 pmWinter Theatre Production: "The Maids" by Jean Genet, directed by Pyin Bala '16
Lab Theatre (LG 203), Harold G. Leggett Building
Genet?s absurd drama is based on the actual murder of the wealthy woman and her daughter by their two maids, the Papin sisters. In the play, Claire and Solange are trapped in inescapable identities with limited conditions. Their role play rituals-taking turns at dressing up as their Madame and seeking revenge-are their only way to find freedom. Through the series of events, their fantasies and illusions get out of hand and later become reality. Tickets at randolphcollege.edu/tickets or 434-947-8562.
13 - Sat^2:00 pmLove at the Maier Family Program: Venetian Valentines
Maier Museum of Art
Love at the Maier Family Program: Venetian Valentines - Create your own masterpiece for your valentine during the second part of the Love at the Maier celebration of art and artists, centered on the mood and aesthetics of Valentine?s Day, held in conjunction with the spring exhibition "Venetian Visions: Selections from the National Gallery, London."Admission: $4 Maier Members; $5 all others.
7:30 pmWinter Theatre Production: "The Maids" by Jean Genet, directed by Pyin Bala '16
Lab Theatre (LG 203), Harold G. Leggett Building
Genet?s absurd drama is based on the actual murder of the wealthy woman and her daughter by their two maids, the Papin sisters. In the play, Claire and Solange are trapped in inescapable identities with limited conditions. Their role play rituals-taking turns at dressing up as their Madame and seeking revenge-are their only way to find freedom. Through the series of events, their fantasies and illusions get out of hand and later become reality. Tickets at randolphcollege.edu/tickets or 434-947-8562.
7:30 pmGuest Artist/Faculty Recital: David Tayloe, tenor, and Emily Yap Chua, piano
Wimberly Recital Hall, Presser Hall
David Tayloe, noted for his ?finely honed lyric tenor? voice, presents Schubert?s great song cycle, Die Winterreise.
14 - Sun^7:30 pmWinter Theatre Production: "The Maids" by Jean Genet, directed by Pyin Bala '16
Lab Theatre (LG 203), Harold G. Leggett Building
Genet?s absurd drama is based on the actual murder of the wealthy woman and her daughter by their two maids, the Papin sisters. In the play, Claire and Solange are trapped in inescapable identities with limited conditions. Their role play rituals-taking turns at dressing up as their Madame and seeking revenge-are their only way to find freedom. Through the series of events, their fantasies and illusions get out of hand and later become reality. Tickets at randolphcollege.edu/tickets or 434-947-8562.
19 - Fri^7:00 pmEndstation Theatre Company presents "The Whole Bunch"
Thoresen Theatre, Harold G. Leggett Building
The play follows various characters through learning opportunities around smart food choices, kicked off by quirky cowboy Sam Sarsaparilla and his spunky sidekick Horseradish. The audience learns about the pure origins of farming, the introduction of chemicals and pesticides, and even witnesses a support group for produce featuring characters with personalities as funny as their names ­ Sweet Potato, Gary Garlic, Piney Apple, Betty Broc, and Russell Brussel. There are wisecracking gummy bears, a street­ gang of chicken nuggets and pop tarts, and a sad attempt at the football game ?The Fruit Bowl.? The show will employ a professional chef, Marisa Jones, who will serve freshly prepared, locally grown food to the audience during the course of the play. The play is incredibly accessible for elementary­aged children to laugh, learn, and even challenge themselves to be a participatory audience member (there are several opportunities for raised hands and coming on stage for volunteers). The play uses humor to start an important dialogue that can then be continued by teachers, parents, and health advocates.
20 - Sat^2:00 pmEndstation Theatre Company presents "The Whole Bunch"
Thoresen Theatre, Harold G. Leggett Building
The play follows various characters through learning opportunities around smart food choices, kicked off by quirky cowboy Sam Sarsaparilla and his spunky sidekick Horseradish. The audience learns about the pure origins of farming, the introduction of chemicals and pesticides, and even witnesses a support group for produce featuring characters with personalities as funny as their names ­ Sweet Potato, Gary Garlic, Piney Apple, Betty Broc, and Russell Brussel. There are wisecracking gummy bears, a street­ gang of chicken nuggets and pop tarts, and a sad attempt at the football game ?The Fruit Bowl.? The show will employ a professional chef, Marisa Jones, who will serve freshly prepared, locally grown food to the audience during the course of the play. The play is incredibly accessible for elementary­aged children to laugh, learn, and even challenge themselves to be a participatory audience member (there are several opportunities for raised hands and coming on stage for volunteers). The play uses humor to start an important dialogue that can then be continued by teachers, parents, and health advocates.
7:00 pmEndstation Theatre Company presents "The Whole Bunch"
Thoresen Theatre, Harold G. Leggett Building
The play follows various characters through learning opportunities around smart food choices, kicked off by quirky cowboy Sam Sarsaparilla and his spunky sidekick Horseradish. The audience learns about the pure origins of farming, the introduction of chemicals and pesticides, and even witnesses a support group for produce featuring characters with personalities as funny as their names ­ Sweet Potato, Gary Garlic, Piney Apple, Betty Broc, and Russell Brussel. There are wisecracking gummy bears, a street­ gang of chicken nuggets and pop tarts, and a sad attempt at the football game ?The Fruit Bowl.? The show will employ a professional chef, Marisa Jones, who will serve freshly prepared, locally grown food to the audience during the course of the play. The play is incredibly accessible for elementary­aged children to laugh, learn, and even challenge themselves to be a participatory audience member (there are several opportunities for raised hands and coming on stage for volunteers). The play uses humor to start an important dialogue that can then be continued by teachers, parents, and health advocates.
21 - Sun^2:00 pmEndstation Theatre Company presents "The Whole Bunch"
Thoresen Theatre, Harold G. Leggett Building
The play follows various characters through learning opportunities around smart food choices, kicked off by quirky cowboy Sam Sarsaparilla and his spunky sidekick Horseradish. The audience learns about the pure origins of farming, the introduction of chemicals and pesticides, and even witnesses a support group for produce featuring characters with personalities as funny as their names ­ Sweet Potato, Gary Garlic, Piney Apple, Betty Broc, and Russell Brussel. There are wisecracking gummy bears, a street­ gang of chicken nuggets and pop tarts, and a sad attempt at the football game ?The Fruit Bowl.? The show will employ a professional chef, Marisa Jones, who will serve freshly prepared, locally grown food to the audience during the course of the play. The play is incredibly accessible for elementary­aged children to laugh, learn, and even challenge themselves to be a participatory audience member (there are several opportunities for raised hands and coming on stage for volunteers). The play uses humor to start an important dialogue that can then be continued by teachers, parents, and health advocates.
24 - Wed^8:00 pmAnne Spencer Poet in Residence
Alice Ashley Jack Room, Smith Memorial Building
Anne Spencer Poet in Residence Reading: Eduardo C. Corral
27 - Sat^11:00 amVenetian Visions Symposium "Sacred and Poetic Landscapes in Venetian Renaissance Painting" - Lecture by Susannah Rutherglen
Maier Museum of Art
Susannah Rutherglen serves as Exhibitions Research Assistant at the National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C. She received her Ph.D. from Princeton University in 2012 and is lead author of the collaborative volume In a New Light: Giovanni Bellini's "St. Francis in the Desert." Lecture will be followed by a discussion moderated by Andrea Campbell, Randolph professor of art history and curator of Venetian Visions. Refreshments provided.
2:00 pmVenetian Visions Symposium ?A Masterly Madonna: Cima?s Virgin and Child from the National Gallery, London? - Lecture by Peter Humfrey
Maier Museum of Art
Peter Humfrey is Emeritus Professor of Art History at the University of St Andrews, where he taught from 1977 until his retirement in 2012. He is the author of numerous publications on Italian Renaissance art, including monographs on Cima da Conegliano (1983) and Titian (2007), and an introductory survey of Painting in Renaissance Venice. He has served on the committees of several major international loan exhibitions, including at the National Gallery of Art, Washington, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, and the J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles. He was co-author of the catalogue of the Age of Titian exhibition, held at the National Gallery of Scotland in 2004, and was guest curator of the exhibition Of Heaven and Earth: Five Hundred Years of Italian Paintings from Glasgow Museums, which toured seven venues in North America in 2013-15. In 2005 he received the award of Cavaliere dell'Ordine della Stella della Solidarietà Italiana for services to Italian culture.

Humfrey is considered the world's leading scholar on Cima da Conegliano. Two works by Cima da Conegliano are included in the Maier Museum's exhibition, Venetian Visions: Selections from the National Gallery, London (on view through March 31, 2016).

Lecture will be followed by a discussion moderated by Andrea Campbell, Randolph professor of art history and curator of Venetian Visions. Refreshments provided.
28 - Sun^7:30 pmWinter Showcase
Wimberly Recital Hall, Presser Hall
Featuring student instrumentalists, vocalists, and music ensembles.
March31 - Thu^7:30 pmScience Festival Keynote: "Physics of Piano" by Nick Giordano
Wimberly Recital Hall, Presser Hall
Free and open to the public. No tickets are required.
April1 - Fri^7:30 pmGuest Artist Recital
Wimberly Recital Hall, Presser Hall
14 - Thu^7:30 pmSpring Theatre Production "Once Upon a Mattress"
Thoresen Theatre, Harold G. Leggett Building
Music by Mary Rodgers; lyrics by Marshall Barer; book by Jay Thompson, Marshall Barer, and Dean Fuller You may think you know ?The Princess and the Pea,? but this musical reveals the real shenanigans behind the Hans Christian Anderson tale. Tickets at or 434-947-8562.
15 - Fri^7:30 pmSpring Theatre Production "Once Upon a Mattress"
Thoresen Theatre, Harold G. Leggett Building
Music by Mary Rodgers; lyrics by Marshall Barer; book by Jay Thompson, Marshall Barer, and Dean Fuller You may think you know ?The Princess and the Pea,? but this musical reveals the real shenanigans behind the Hans Christian Anderson tale. Tickets at or 434-947-8562.
16 - Sat^2:00 pmSpring Theatre Production "Once Upon a Mattress"
Thoresen Theatre, Harold G. Leggett Building
Music by Mary Rodgers; lyrics by Marshall Barer; book by Jay Thompson, Marshall Barer, and Dean Fuller You may think you know ?The Princess and the Pea,? but this musical reveals the real shenanigans behind the Hans Christian Anderson tale. Tickets at or 434-947-8562.
17 - Sun^7:30 pmSpring Theatre Production "Once Upon a Mattress"
Thoresen Theatre, Harold G. Leggett Building
Music by Mary Rodgers; lyrics by Marshall Barer; book by Jay Thompson, Marshall Barer, and Dean Fuller You may think you know ?The Princess and the Pea,? but this musical reveals the real shenanigans behind the Hans Christian Anderson tale. Tickets at or 434-947-8562.
18 - Mon^7:30 pmSpring Theatre Production "Once Upon a Mattress"
Thoresen Theatre, Harold G. Leggett Building
Music by Mary Rodgers; lyrics by Marshall Barer; book by Jay Thompson, Marshall Barer, and Dean Fuller You may think you know ?The Princess and the Pea,? but this musical reveals the real shenanigans behind the Hans Christian Anderson tale. Tickets at or 434-947-8562.
24 - Sun^7:30 pmSpring Concert
Houston Memorial Chapel
The Randolph College Chorale and Chamber Orchestra present Carissimi?s "Jephthe" and Beethoven?s "Symphony No. 1".
28 - Thu^7:30 pmTouch of Harmony Spring Recital
Wimberly Recital Hall, Presser Hall
Featuring vocal jazz, musical theatre, and popular selections.
29 - Fri^2:00 pmMusic Department Recital
Wimberly Recital Hall, Presser Hall
Featuring student instrumentalists and vocalists.
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