Friday, April 24, 2020
In 23rd Century Nueva New York, the dwindling white American population is protected by the federal government. Two of the last are brought to the Museum of Natural History as a living exhibit in the Hall of Caucasian Peoples, only to be freed by a sympathetic gift shop employee. Is society ready for their return?
Performing Arts - Music | April 24 | 8 p.m. | Hertz Concert Hall
Matthew Sadowski, Director
$16 General Admission, $12 Senior, Student (non-UCB), UCB Faculty/Staff, $5 UCB students
Performing Arts - Dance | April 24 | 8-10 p.m. | Zellerbach Hall
A towering wall crashes to rubble on the stage. Dancers make their way through the remains of a crumbling city in stiletto high heels. Six pianists hammer out Tchaikovsky on upright pianos while men and women exploit and are exploited. In Palermo Palermo, the late Pina Bauschs 1989 work, the acclaimed dance-theater pioneer observedthrough a series of vignettes by turns somber and surrealthe... More >
$38–$110 (prices subject to change)