IMMEDIATE REPLACEMENT FOR 1 MALE ROLE: SAILOR/QUARTET Member. BRING TAP SHOES IF YOU HAVE THEM; A SHORT TAP AUDITION WILL BE TAUGHT. BRING 32 BARS OF A 1920S-1940S SONG, or be prepared to learn a cut from the show at the audition. REHEARSALS BEGIN OCTOBER 4, 2016. PRODUCTION RUNS NOVEMBER 16 – 20, 2016.
Noon, Morgan University Center Ballroom. $25 per person. Open to the public. Meet and mingle with other alumni and friends as we honor this year’s selection of outstanding alumni award recipients: Jim Holleman, Roy Gregory, Maxie Shatoya McClintock (’02), Staci Lynch (’10), Wilma Newton (’73) and George Leavell (’84). Contact Alumni Relations Office, (931) 221-7979.
10 a.m., Swan Lake Golf Course, $60 per person. Open to the public. Sponsored by Budweiser of Clarksville. Fee includes ditty bag, refreshments on the golf course and light lunch. Frazier Allen (’99), chair. Contact Alumni Relations Office, (931) 221-7979.
The Office of Career Services will be hosting an information table at Castle Heights today, Wednesday, Sept. 28 from 11 a.m.-1 p.m. to help students explore a variety of services, resources and upcoming events. Please visit our table for more information.
APSU Theatre and Dance opens its season with a classic! William Inge's PICNIC explores the hopes & dreams & even the awakening of teen sexuality of a small Kansas town when a young stranger passes through looking for a job and catches the attention of two sisters and peaking the suspicion of many of the townspeople. Trahern Theatre. Sep 29 - Oct 1 @ 7:3p; Oct 2 @ 2p
Support student mission efforts and have a wonderful lunch for a minimum donation. Today's lunch is fried chicken, potato salad, baked beans, rolls, tea and lemonade provided by FBC St. Bethlehem. Come join us!
APSU Theatre and Dance opens its season with a classic! William Inge's PICNIC explores the hopes & dreams & even the awakening of teen sexuality of a small Kansas town when a young stranger passes through looking for a job and catches the attention of two sisters and peaking the suspicion of many of the townspeople. Trahern Theatre. Sep 28 - Oct 1 @ 7:3p; Oct 2 @ 2p
Join your Assistant Provost, and this fine weather, for a walk through campus and a look at the Focus on College and University Success(FOCUS) Act. Dr. Lynne Crosby will clarify the goals of Tennessee higher education, the Drive To 55, and how this might affect all of us. The Wisdom Walk is always 1/2 hour and inclusive.
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