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The Gallery at Eastfield College will host three new exhibitions this Fall. All exhibitions are free and open to the public. For more information contact the Gallery Manager IrisBechtol@dcccd.edu.
All dance performances are free and open to the public. For more information contact Danielle Georgiou at email@example.com.
All theatre performances are free and open to the public. For more information contact Dusty Reasons-Thomas, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Written by playwright Carlos Murillo, Augusta and Noblefollows the story of 12-year-old Gabi, a girl who has lived her whole life amid a vibrant Latino community in the West Town neighborhood of Chicago. Gabi is starting high school across the city at Northside College Prep, where she is quickly exposed to new people and possibilities. As Gabi begins asking questions about her heritage, including the truth about her parents' harrowing journey across the border to the United States, she struggles to discover exactly where in this world she belongs.
The Music Department hosts a weekly Wednesday Recital Series during the semester. All performances are free and open to the public. Details are listed below. For more information contact Oscar Passley at email@example.com.
From the award-winning playwright/composer who brought you Diary of A Worm, A Spider, & a Fly, comes her comes her fun-filled, musical sequel, Miss Nelson Is Missing. Return to Horace B. Smedley School where the Smedley Tornadoes have never won a football game. In fact, they have never even scored a single point! With such a poor record and a team that is out of control, Coach Armstrong goes bonkers. Kind-hearted Miss Nelson comes to the rescue when she enlists the help of her alter ego, the ill-tempered Miss Viola Swamp, to coach the team and whip them into shape. Considered by all to be "the meanest substitute teacher in the whole world," Coach Swamp applies her trademark discipline to the players' training, demanding tough exercises and no back talk. In the end, the team changes their attitude, pulls together, sharpens their skills, and manages to win the biggest game of the year. Frolicking football players, a perky cheerleader, a hilarious spatula-wielding cafeteria lady, and an electrifying Viola Swamp, who transforms from the sweet-faced Miss Nelson, all play a special part in this wacky musical. Recommended for ages 4 through adult or grades Pre-K through 4th.
The Eastfield Community is invited to explore the world of Improv Acting in a free Improvisation Workshop with DFW Improv Troupe the Laugh Supper, followed by a performance with the troupe the following evening. All skill levels and experiences welcome!
All music, dance, and drama performances are free and open to the public.
Events are subject to change. Contact Danielle Georgiou at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.