The Penn Center for Reproductive Medicine and Surgery will hold an open house on February 6 from 7-8 p.m. in the Annenberg Conference Room, 2nd floor, at 250 King of Prussia Road. Sponsored by the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology at Penn Medicine at Radnor, this open house will feature a discussion by infertility experts Samantha Pheifer and Kurt Barnhart. Both Dr. Pheifer and Dr. Barnhart are board certified in reproductive endocrinology and infertility as well as obstetrics and gynecology. The event is free but registration is suggested. Call 1-800-789-PENN.
Dance Celebration, presented by Dance Affiliates and Penn Presents, unveils the latest work by Mummenschanz, a Swiss mime troupe that displays figures that can be broken down and built up again.
Next, the latest evolution of the wordless theatrical form that was invented by the original Mummenschanz trio in 1972 comes to the Zellerbach Theatre at the Annenberg Center-for six shows beginning January 31 and running through February 4. (See FEBRUARY at PENN).
Mummenschanz transcends the barriers of language, nationality and age attracting audiences from 7-97 to achieve an art form that remains universal in its appeal. It combines both organic and geometric elements. They blend three genres: dance, theater and puppetry.
Discount Rush tickets are available at the Annenberg Center Box Office for Penn faculty/staff ($15) and students ($10). A PENNCard is required for these discounts. For more information call (215) 898-3900 or visit www.PENNpresents.org.
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Almanac, Vol. 47, No. 20, January 30, 2001