VOLUME 25 #3

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Title: Events at UD


Dial “M” for Murder

Money was Tony’s motive for marrying Margot, and now it’s his motive for killing her. But when his nefarious plot goes awry, Margot’s life is threatened in a whole new way. The basis for Alfred Hitchcock’s classic thriller, this stylish “holiday for whodunit fans” will have you on the edge of your seat until the curtain falls for the final time. Thompson Theatre, Roselle Center for the Arts. Jan. 18-Feb. 4

A Flea in Her Ear

This bawdy bedroom farce swirls with confused identities, revolving beds and a great many doors, and is regarded as one of the funniest comedies ever written. Thompson Theatre, Roselle Center for the Arts. March 1-18

Twelfth Night

Shakespeare’s classic comedy of mistaken identity reminds us that love makes fools of us all. Thompson Theatre, Roselle Center for the Arts. April 19-May 6

For show times, prices and tickets, visit www.rep.udel.edu


Our Strength Is Our People”: The Humanist Photographs of Lewis Hine

A visual statement about the significance of immigrants to the nation. Old College, Main Gallery. Jan. 31-May 11

Responding to What is Alive Before You: The Photography of Levinstein and Fink

Old College, West Gallery. Jan. 31-May 11

Problem Solving: Highlights from the Experimental Printmaking Institute

Mechanical Hall Gallery. Feb. 7- May 11

60 at 60 exhibition

Featuring 60 items acquired with the financial support of the University of Delaware Library Associates from 2008-2018, this exhibition celebrates the group’s 60th anniversary. Special Collections gallery, Morris Library. Feb. 11-June 15

All exhibits are free and open to the public. For more information, visit www.library.udel.edu/special


Franz Liszt: Poet, Prophet and Protector

In celebration of Black History Month, African-American virtuoso concert pianist Leon Bates, a former UD music faculty member, takes on this challenging program of works composed by Liszt and his associates to tell the story of Liszt’s life, work and influence. Gore Recital Hall. Feb. 17

A Scottish Showcase: The Royal Conservatoire of Scotland

Hosted by Delaware native and RCS principal Jeffrey Sharkey, who will bring some of RCS’ most talented students and faculty from the UK, Scotland, and the U.S. to his home state for a variety showcase including classical music, musical theatre and drama. Gore Recital Hall. March 18

Xiang Gao and Friends: A Special Event and Season Finale

Master Players founding director Xiang Gao and performing artists from around the world celebrate global culture at UD in this multi-genre concert. Mitchell Hall. April 28

For show times, prices and tickets, visit www.masterplayers.udel.edu


Nutritious Newark Cook-Off

Enjoy delicious and healthy dishes created by Newark-area chefs and STAR Health nutritionists. Feb. 22

Is this just a phase? Supporting the journey from childhood to adulthood

For parents and health professionals interested in adolescent development, this discussion will cover a variety of health topics, including behavior, mental health, special needs and disabilities. March 8

From stable to flourishing, redefining “good health”

Leaders in health and prevention will peel away the myths of “good health” and go through the essentials and importance of clinical practice guidelines. April 26

All events to be held at the STAR Health Sciences Complex (540 South College Ave.)

For more information, visit www.udel.edu/starhealth

These are just some of the many events planned this spring. For a more comprehensive listing, please visit events.udel.edu.