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friday, november 3

PERFORMANCES

Antony & Cleopatra: Shakespeare's classic play. Directed by Brian Mullin. 8 p.m. Whitney Humanities Center performance space. For reservations e-mail shruti.adhar@yale.edu.

Cannibal!: The Musical: The Cabaret stages a comedy with music and lyrics by the creators of South Park. Directed by Scott Braudt. 8:30 and 11 p.m. Yale Cabaret. $6. For information and reservations call 432-1566.

Rice Boy: The Yale Rep's second show of the season continues, weaving together a series of cross-cultural tales as seen from the perspective of a young boy. Written by Sunil Kuruvilla. Directed by Liz Diamond. 8 p.m. Yale Repertory Theatre. $26. For tickets call 432-1234.

Yale Opera: Singers from the Yale Opera perform scenes from Mozart's Le Nozze di Figaro, Benjamin Britten's Peter Grimes, Strauss' Arabella and Puccini's Il Tabarro. 8 p.m. Morse Recital Hall, Sprague Memorial Hall. $5. For information call 432-4158.


EVENTS

Celebration of the Opening of the Hall of Native American Cultures: A gala event featuring Native American food, music, and entertainment. 7 p.m. Peabody Museum. For registration and admission fees call 432-5426. For other information call 432-3776.

Peter M. Hoffman Master's Tea: Peter Hoffman, a major film producer, speaks on the topic, "Legal and Artistic Elements of Screen Writing." 4:30 p.m. Morse Master's House. Free.

Safety Dance: The '80s return to Yale, with the ever-popular Safety Dance. 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Commons. $4 in advance, $5 at the door.


FILM

Rules of Engagement(2000): The YFS presents screens producer Peter M. Hoffmann's most recent movie. Starring Samuel L. Jackson and Tommy Lee Jones. Film followed by Q&A session with Hoffman. 7 p.m. Whitney Humanities Center. Free for members, $3 non-members with Yale ID.


saturday, november 4

PERFORMANCES

Antony & Cleopatra: Shakespeare's classic play. Directed by Brian Mullin. 8 p.m. Whitney Humanities Center performance space. For reservations e-mail shruti.adhar@yale.edu.

Cannibal!: The Musical: The Cabaret stages a comedy with music and lyrics by the creators of South Park. Directed by Scott Braudt. 8:30 and 11 p.m. Yale Cabaret. $6. For information and reservations call 432-1566.

Erin McKeown: A concert fusing pop, blues, funk, and Tin Pan Alley. 8 p.m. Women's Center. $6 in advance, $7 at the door. For information and tickets call 436-1394 or e-mail josie.rodberg@yale.edu.

Rice Boy: The Yale Rep's second show of the season continues, weaving together a series of cross-cultural tales as seen from the perspective of a young boy. Written by Sunil Kuruvilla. Directed by Liz Diamond. 8 p.m. Yale Repertory Theatre. $26. For tickets call 432-1234.

Yale Opera: Singers from the Yale Opera perform scenes from Mozart's Don Giovanni and La Clemenza di Tito, Gounod's Faust, and Donizetti's Don Pasquale. 8 p.m. Morse Recital Hall, Sprague Memorial Hall. $5. For information call 432-4158.


EVENTS

Casino Night 2000: Morse and Stiles host their annual evening of gambling, dancing, live jazz, and high fashion. 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Morse and Stiles. $10 per person, $15 per couple.

Celebration of the Opening of the Hall of Native American Cultures: Events including native dance and powwow culture, folklore and history, and native drums. 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Peabody Museum. $3-5. For information call 432-3776.

Cityscape: Get to know New Haven. Includes a bus tour and free admission to the MOMIX dance performance at the Shubert. 12 to 4 p.m. E-mail nathan.taft@yale.edu or call 432-8613.

The Lex Thompson Stunt Spectacular: Opening reception for the digital collage, shown for the first time in the U.S. Koffee?, 104 Audubon St. Free.


FILM

The Man Who Would be King (1975): Directed by John Huston. 2 p.m. BAC. Free.


sunday, november 5

LECTURE

"Directors of Shakespeare on Film: Franco Zeffirelli": Murray Biggs presents and discusses clips from The Taming of the Screw (1966), Romeo and Juliet (1967), and Hamlet (1989). 3 p.m. BAC. Free.


monday, november 6

PERFORMANCE

Yale Jazz Ensemble: Jazz concert under the direction of David Brandenburg. 8 p.m. Morse Recital Hall, SMH. Free. For information call 432-4111.


tuesday, november 7

PERFORMANCE

New Haven Symphony Series: Cho-Liang Lin plays Brahms Violin Concerto, op. 77, D major, and Copland's score to The Red Pony. Jung-Ho Pak, conductor. 7:30 p.m. Woolsey Hall. $15-48.


EVENT

Master's Tea: Susan Orleans, staff writer for The New Yorker and author of The Orchid Thief visits Yale. 4 p.m. Branford Fellows' Lounge. Free.


LECTURE

"The Pleasure of Ordinary": Sarah Chinn, Professor of English Literature at Trinity College, gives the second lecture in the series, "The Power of Pleasure." 4 p.m. WLH 309. Free.


wednesday, november 8

PERFORMANCES

Chamber Music Society at Yale: A special concert celebrating the Copland Centennial, hosted by renowned Copland biographer Vivian Perlis. Featuring the world premiere of several works. Directed by Thomson Hanks. 8 p.m. Morse Recital Hall, SMH. $6. For information call 432-4158.

Merrily We Roll Along: This multi-Tony Award-winning musical by the masterful Stephen Sondheim follows the lives of college friends as they make their way in the world. Directed by New York-based James B. Nicola. Presentation of the Yale Dramatic Society. 8 p.m. Mainstage of the Yale University Theater. $6. For tickets and information call 432-1212.


EVENT

Staged Reading: Murray Biggs directs members of Yale's English faculty in a reading of Joe Orton's Fred and Madge (1959), chosen to complement the exhibition `The School of London and their Friends.' 5:15 p.m. BAC. Free.


LECTURE

"One Economy": Peter Singer, bioethicist and vegetarian activist, continues his lecture series, `One World: The Ethics and Politics of Globalization.' 4:30 p.m. Law School Auditorium. Free.


thursday, november 9

PERFORMANCES

Merrily We Roll Along:This multi-Tony Award-winning musical by the masterful Stephen Sondheim follows the lives of college friends as they make their way in the world. Directed by New York-based James B. Nicola. Presentation of the Yale Dramatic Society. 8 p.m. Mainstage of the Yale University Theater. $6. For tickets and information call 432-1212.

The Dining Room: Written by A.R. Gurney, directed by Colette Robert. 8 p.m. Calhoun Cabaret. $2. For reservations e-mail stephanie.wykstra@yale.edu or call 436-1386.

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