29 Columbia Alumni and Faculty Exhibit in Beijing
Draw: Mapping Madness is an ongoing exhibition at the Inside-Out Art Museum in Beijing, featuring the work of 29 alumni and faculty of the Visual Arts program. Curated by Tomas Vu (Faculty), Mapping Madness is the first drawing survey exhibition hosted by the museum, and was made possible with the help of the LeRoy Neiman Foundation and The Inside-Out Art Fund at the Beijing Cultural Development Foundation.
**ENDED** 'MARIE CHRISTINE,' PART OF THE SPRING SEASON OF PLAYS
From 06-Mar-13 8:00 pm through 09-Mar-13 8:00 pm
3LD, 80 Greenwich Street
**NOTE: THIS EVENT HAS ENDED**
Marie Christine Words and music by Michael John LaChiusa
Directed by Raymond Zilberberg ('13 SOA)
March 6 - 9, 2013
What would you do when the love you’ve sacrificed your world for betrays you? In 1896, deep in the heart of New Orleans genteel creole society, a young woman of privilege finds herself mired by the men and social demands that govern her life. With headstrong disobedience and a gift for the power of voodon she finds her escape in managing the love affairs of others. When an ambitious sea captain passes through town, she discovers her own all-consuming love. Together they chart the waters of their romance to the burning streets of Chicago’s First Ward with a trail of blood along the way. Inspired by the life of Marie Laveaux and adapted from Euripides The Medea, this rarely-produced musical by Michael John LaChiusa explores at what it means to love unconditionally and culminates in incomprehensible vengeance when that love is betrayed.