Wednesday Noon Series Opens Season with Clio Award
The Wednesday Noon Series opens the season at Homewood
this week with a showing of the 2004 Clio Award-winning TV
Always a crowd-pleaser, this perennial presentation
will be followed this fall by Fiesta! A Celebration of Life
in Latin America, performed by Cantare, Oct. 13; A
Political Sketch Comedy by the Loyal Opposition, Oct. 20;
Homewood House, a discussion by Catherine Rogers Arthur and
Cindy Kelly about their new JHU Press book of the same
name, Oct. 27; An American Journey Through Classical Dance
by the Ballet Theatre of Maryland, Nov. 3; A Gospel Revue
by local performers, Nov. 10; and The Electric Guitar: A
History of an American Icon, a lecture-demonstration by
Professor Andre Millard.
The Wednesday Noon Series, sponsored by the Office of
Special Events, takes place in Homewood's Shriver Hall
Auditorium from noon to 1 p.m. except for the Nov. 10
Gospel Review, which will end at 1:30 p.m.
For more information, go to
www.jhu.edu/~special or call
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