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But She Was Unafraid: LES MISÉRABLES' Éponine from book to song to stage. Under the Dome

But She Was Unafraid: LES MISÉRABLES' Éponine from book to song to stage

From Hysterical Productions, a locally founded, semi-professional performance company, Angela Ferlo O'Donnell and Amanda Petersen Fails discuss the development of the musical LES MISÉRABLES from book to French concept album to Broadway musical through the eyes of one of its most beloved characters, Éponine. Enjoy an hour of literary and theatrical discussion, PLUS a sneak peek at their upcoming production as cast member Marie Dalzell shares a preview of On My Own, Éponine's beautiful solo.

Date

Saturday, February 22, 2014 - 11:00am

Remember a Lost Bird: Lessons from the Past for a Sustainable Future

Remember a Lost Bird: Lessons from the Past for a Sustainable Future
 
6:30 p.m.
Lower level meeting room

Conservationist Stanley Temple recounts the demise of the passenger pigeon, an event described as the iconic extinction event in our country's history. He traces the decline of this once abundant bird from billions to the last surviving passenger pigeon, which died in 1914 in a Cincinnati zoo. The 100-year anniversary of this event offers a valuable lesson about the world's ongoing extinction crisis and our relationship with other species

Date

Wednesday, February 12, 2014 - 6:30pm

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