In this exuberant revival of Shakespeare's beloved Much Ado About Nothing, EXPLiCIT transports you to Italy in July, 1944. Rome has just been liberated by the Allies and, for Sicily at least, the war is over and the populace begins rebuilding their lives.
This setting allows for a delightful romp in the park, as the players present a riotous, fun-filled evening punctuated by swing dancing and 1940s Big Band dance music.
The performance, presented outside on a beautiful stage behind the Caltech Alumni House, is directed by Mark Kozlowski, Caltech PhD student in Chemistry.
WHEN: August 5, 6, 7 and August 11, 12, 13 at 7:30pm (view calendar)
WHERE: The Caltech Alumni House, 345 S. Hill Ave, Pasadena
TICKETS: available at the door, $5 students, $10 general. For reservations email email@example.com
Caltech prohibits the use, possession and storage of hoverboards, hands-free segways, and self-balancing scooters (collectively "hoverboards") on campus and in campus-owned or controlled buildings.
When safety standards can be developed and implemented by the manufacturers, this prohibition will be revisited.
Due to the overwhelming popularity of this past weekends premiere performances of Boldly Go!, an original musical parody of Star Trek, Theater Arts at Caltech has just added a performance this Wednesday, March 2nd, at 7:30 p.m.
Details for this and all remaining performances of the production can be found on the Public Events calendar for March.
Caltech Human Resources is once again sponsoring the annual Adopt an Angel Program, which provides holiday gifts for children of poverty-level families in the San Gabriel Valley area.
Come to the Human Resources office between 7:30 a.m. and 5 p.m. to pick up a decorated paper angel bearing the name of a needy child, along with his or her special wish list, age, clothing size, and interests.
Unwrapped gifts with the paper angel attached should be delivered to the Human Resources office by Friday, December 11.
The Angel Program is affiliated with the Foothill Unity Center, a nonprofit organization that provides critical support in the form of food, clothing, motel vouchers, referrals, and advocacy for people in crisis who reside in the San Gabriel Valley area.
For more information, contact Diane Williams at firstname.lastname@example.org or 626-395-8055.
United Way is a nonprofit organization that creates pathways out of poverty to improve the quality of life for all in Los Angeles County.
By electing to donate, you can choose to support the following Caltech affiliates or designate an agency of your choice:
We also encourage you to explore how contributing to the United Way's "Creating Pathways Out of Poverty" fund can help those in need.
Pledge online by going to www.access.caltech.edu and clicking on "United Way"
If you need assistance with pledging or want to know the name of your department/division United Way Ambassador, email Amy Click or call (626) 395-1745.