The Theatre Department presents a series of one-act plays today and tomorrow. Performances begin at 7:30 p.m. and admission is free to the Cabaret Theatre. Tonight, “Two Altars, 10 Funerals” and “Watermelon Boats” will be presented. Tomorrow’s show features “Watermelon Boats.” For more information contact the Theatre Department at ext. 4386.
“Max,” written by Gunter Grass and directed by Tom Moose, will be performed in two parts beginning tonight at 7:30 and concluding tomorrow night at 7:30. The show will take place at Dailey Theatre. Contact the Theatre Department at ext. 4550 for more information.
“Local Color” is an exhibit of works by eight artists which begins Sunday, March 21, and continues to Thursday, April 22, in the Harris Art Gallery inside the Landis Academic Center. The exhibit is open 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., Monday through Friday. Admission is free. Call ext. 4696 for more information.
The Skirball Cultural Center in Los Angeles will host a Passover Festival on Sunday, March 21 from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. The day includes festivities devoted to the special foods and traditions of Passover. Enjoy cooking contests, Passover foods and reggae Passover music. Admission is $6 for students. Contact the Skirball Cultural Center at (310) 440-4500 for directions and more information.
‘Forces of Nature’
“Forces of Nature,” starring Sandra Bullock and Ben Affleck, is a PG-13 rated film about two strangers who embark on disastrous yet humorous trip from New York to Georgia to attend Affleck’s wedding. It opens in general release today.
“True Crime” is the latest offering from director and star Clint Eastwood. It is about a veteran journalist who is convinced of the innocence of a death row inmate who is days away from execution and the quest to save his life. This R-rated film opens in wide release today.
–Simon W. Bouie