March 27, 8p.m., Filene Hall
Come by and see a lot of dancing with performances by Skidmore Breakbeats, 213 Crew, Rithmos, Ujima Step Team, Skidmore Sonneteers, Skidmore Circus Club, Stompin’ Soles, and Pulse.
The Jacob Perlow Event Series Presents: “Life in a Jar”
March 27, 3p.m. & March 28, 7p.m., Filene Hall
This play is based on the true story of Irena Sendler, a Holocaust hero who saved the lives of 2,500 Jewish children during the Holocaust. It also tells the story of the Kansas students who discovered her story and transformed it into a play. Suggested donations are $5-$10 for Skidmore students and $10-$20 for the public. Proceeds go to the Life in a Jar Foundation towards the work of Holocaust education and the Children of the Holocaust Association in Poland.
The Feminist Monologues
March 28, 2p.m., Wilson Chapel
Every year the Feminist Action Network (FAN) produces and sponsors a production of Eve Ensler's "The Vagina Monologues." But this year is different. Instead, it is a performance of monologues and poems written by Skidmore students themselves. It is about feminism, sexuality, body image, womanhood, self-love, and survival. Tickets are a recommended $5 donation and all proceeds go to Wellspring (formerly known as Saratoga DVRC) and GEMS: Girls Educational & Mentoring Services. The Feminist Monologues are directed by Clara Moser, Mariah Guevin, and Isabella León-Chambers.
AKT& Ad-Libs Improv Comedy Mega-Show
March 28, 9-10p.m., Davis Auditorium
Two comedy groups come together in one joint show.
TuftsMORE: An A Cappella Jam
March 28, 10:30p.m., Wilson Chapel
The Skidmore Dynamics and Tufts SQ perform in one must-see show.