Performances Scheduled for End of Semester Include Dance, Music, Comedy, and Theater

Trinity Students Showcase Their Talents in Venues Across Campus

Hartford, Connecticut, December 3, 2015 – Trinity College is wrapping up the Fall 2015 semester by hosting dance, music, comedy, and theater performances. Below is a list of performances that are taking place in December.

 

Thursday, December 3

Winter Brew

7:30 p.m., Performance Lab, Trinity Commons

Featuring dances by Trinity Dance Company, Freestyle Dance Crew, Lucky Charms Irish Step, Glory Kim ’17, Elise Lasky ’17 and Molly Thoms ’17, Dabin Lim ’16, Hunter Lindquist ’16, and Maggie Powderly ’18. Free admission.

 

Friday, December 4

ImprovBoston TourCo

8:00 p.m., Hamlin Hall

A night of improv comedy featuring the ImprovBoston TourCo, with Trinity College’s own student improv troupe, The Moveable Joints, as the opening act. Free admission.

 

Sunday, December 6

Christmas Festival of Lessons and Carols

4:00 p.m. and 7:00 p.m., Trinity College Chapel

The event celebrates the beginning of the holiday season for hundreds in the Greater Hartford community. Free admission. To read more about this event, please click here.

 

Tuesday, December 8

Trinity Instrumentalists and Vocalists

12:15 p.m., Trinity College Chapel

A wide variety of musical styles performed by students enrolled in the Music Department’s program of private lessons. Free admission.

 

Trinity Jazz Ensemble

7:30 p.m., Goodwin Theater, Austin Arts Center

Free admission.

 

Wednesday, December 9

Trinity Samba Ensemble

7:30 p.m., Goodwin Theater, Austin Arts Center

Free admission.

 

Thursday, December 10

Chamber Ensembles Recital

12:15 p.m., Goodwin Theater, Austin Arts Center

Free admission.

 

Theater Department Senior Thesis: Finding Peter

7:30 p.m., Performance Lab 152, Trinity Commons

An adaptation of Peter Pan by J.M. Barrie and other retellings by Gwen Beal ’16. Free admission.

 

Friday, December 11

Theater Department Senior Thesis: 4.48 Psychosis

7:30 p.m., Performance Lab 152, Trinity Commons

Maggie Munoz '16 directs the play for her senior thesis performance. Free admission.

 

Monday, December 14

Trinity LaMaMa Showcase

4:30 p.m. and 7:30 p.m., Performance Lab, Trinity Commons

This scintillating showcase of original works explores how in a world of societal pressures and stereotypes, the voices of truth become increasingly muted. Created and performed by students from Trinity College, Bates College, Colby College, University of California – Berkeley, Oberlin College, Grinnell College, and Wake Forest University. Free admission.


For a complete list of events taking place on campus, please click here.