Thursday, September 21, 5:00pm
SoCA Armouries, Performance HAll
Deborah Dundas will draw from her book, On Class, in which she talks to those who work with the poor or are poor about what happens when we don't talk about poverty or class--and what will
happen when we do.
Details at www.uwindsor.ca/hrg
by Erica Schmidt
September 22 – October 1, 2023
A group of high school age girls gathers in an abandoned area to stage an amateur version of Macbeth, but the lines between fiction and reality are blurred as the ruthlessness of adolescence emerges. Using only Shakespeare’s text, Erica Schmidt’s adaptation of Macbeth is at once an empowering story of womanhood, and the gruesome and fatal effects of underlying resentment, anger and competition told within the space of two hours.
“It will have blood they say; blood must have blood.” – Mac Beth
Recommended Audience: Ages 14+. Violence.
Presented in Essex Hall Theatre
Performances: Thursday, Friday, Saturday at 7:30pm; and Sunday at 2:00pm
September 24 - November 19, 2023
South Asian Documentary Film Festival
This fall, you are invited to join a captivating cinematic journey celebrating the art of storytelling. Every weekend between September 24 and November 19, the South Asian Documentary Film Festival will present selections from a collection of 20 award-winning documentaries featuring diverse narratives that reflect the rich culture of South Asia.
The festival is organized by the Department of Communication, Media and Film, in collaboration with Women and Gender Studies, and the Transnational Law and Racial Justice Network.
The festival kicks-off with the Opening In-Person Screening on Sunday, Sept. 24, 2:00 – 5:30pm, at the SoCA Armouries, 37 University Ave. East. Street parking is free in downtown Windsor on Sundays!
For the rest of the festival, convenient online access with a free one-time registration for all screenings is available online. After registration, you can access the films every weekend, starting September 29 and running until November 19. Online access begins each Friday at 4:00 PM
. Register here www.southasiancreativeproject.org/doc-fest-23
The festival’s programming is free and geared towards students, faculty, artists, creatives, and anyone who is interested in understanding about South Asian cultural, socio-political, regional, ethnic and creative landscape.
Check out the documentaries on this year’s South Asian Documentary Film Festival schedule here.
Friday, Sept. 29 & Saturday Sept. 30
Take a musical journey through songs featured on Broadway and the silver screen with The Broadway Bunch, a music group filled with UWindsor alumni!
The show features singers Pierre Bayuga, Ben Doncom, Sara Fontaine*, Kaitlyn Karns*, Florine Ndimubandi*, Justin Raisbeck and your host, David Burrows.
This year The Broadway Bunch welcomes special guest, Sam Bourque from the cast of Korda's ROCKY HORROR!
The Broadway Bunch band includes Nicholas Morvay (Piano), Ryan Fontaine* (Bass), Vanessa Harnish* (Percussion), Austin Di Pietro* (Horns) and Sebastian Bachmeier* (Reeds).
When: September 29th & 30th, 2023
Where: Meteor Lounge(138 University Ave)
Tickets: $25 General Admission
Doors: 7:30pm Showtime: 8:00pm
This event is generously funded by the City of Windsor's Arts, Culture and Heritage Fund grant.
* Indicates UWindsor Alumni
School of Creative Arts Announces Concert Dates
Here are the confirmed concerts so far:
Friday, Nov. 24 – Capitol Theatre– University Wind Ensemble
Saturday, Nov. 25 – Capitol Theatre – University Jazz Ensemble
Saturday, Dec. 9 – Assumption Church – Festival of Christmas
Saturday, Feb. 3 – Capitol Theatre – Jazz Faculty Recital
Thursday, Mar. 28 – Alumni Auditorium – Jazz Cabaret
Friday, Apr. 5 – Capitol Theatre – Wind Ensemble
Saturday, Apr. 6 – Capitol Theatre– Choir Concert
All events are $20 Adult/$10 Student