Inferno (left), by DareDevil Opera Company of Canada,
perform live action cartoons utilizing sound effects, music,
slapstick, pyrotechnics and outrageous props. The group
is one of the more than 18 artists scheduled to perform
as part of the 24th International Showcase of Performing
Arts for Young People at the Annenberg Center, January
30 through February 2. (See
www.pennpresents.org for a full schedule
discussion/luncheon; Valarie Swain-Cade McCoullum, will be held
in the Ben Franklin Room, Houston Hall at noon.
and Social Justice: Principles of Nonviolent Change panel
discussion will be held in the Ben Franklin Room, Houston Hall
at 5:30 p.m.
Silence of the Palaces;
Moufida Tlatli (Tunisia); 7:30 p.m.; TV Lounge, Gregory House
Goals and Reaching Your Dreams; Paullette Adams; noon; Greenfield
Intercultural Center (Single Parents Association).
Princeton University Orchestra with the University of Pennsylvania
Symphony Orchestra and the University of Pennsylvania Wind Ensemble;
concert to benefit the victims of September 11th; 8 p.m.; Irvine
Auditorium; $20/person, $10/Princeton Young Alumni & students;
tickets/info : (610) 353-6879 or Tigerclub@aol.com (Princeton
Club of Philadelphia).
in Modern Civilization (including Afghan Women); Bina
Sharif; 6:30 p.m.; Graduate Student Center (Middle East Center).
The Strange Case of a Troublesome Word; Randall Kennedy, author;
discussion and signing; 12:30 p.m.; Penn Bookstore ( Bookstore).
Reproductive Aging: Mechanisms and Consequences; Barry Zirkin,
Johns Hopkins University; noon; Auditorium, BRB II/III
Cultural History of Fear: U.S. Television, Terrorism, and the
Middle East; Melani McAlister, George Washington University;
4:30 p.m.; B-26 Stiteler Hall (Middle East Center).
deadline for the weekly Update is each Monday
for the following week's issue. The deadline for the March At
Penn calendar is February 12.