Cultural Activity Report EVENT LOCATION: Stewart Museum DATE & TIME OF EVENT: November 8, 2014, from 2 p.m. to 3 p.m ATTENDEES: 1. HMCS Donnacona guard parade 2. Musicians 3. Students from other colleges 4. Classmates On Saturday, November 8, from 2 p.m. to 3 p.m., we attended a Remembrance Day ceremony that was held in collaboration with the Royal Canadian Navy.
November 8th, 2007 Diesel Playhouse in Downtown Toronto on Wednesday Jewtopia Jewtopia is a comedy with a 2-hour duration including a 15-minute intermission written by Bryan Fogel and Sam Wolfson and directed by Avery Saltzman. The cast includes Matt Baram, David Kerr, Judy Marshak, Aron Tager, Jeanie Calleja, Allan Prince and Jane Luk. This play shows Tuesdays to Saturdays at 8pm and Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday at 2pm since early October until now extended December 1st. This comedy is a story of a gentile trying hard to become a Jew in attempt to pursue Jewish girl supported by his Jewish buddy in a deal of matching up his buddy with different Jewish girls. The play begins with the duet of Mark Baram playing the role of Adam Lipschitz, a Jew of an anxious character and David Kerr as Chris O’Connell, a smart, confident looking gentile both in consent of pursuing Jewish woman.
He studied law and commerce for almost 5 years and was offered jobs from both law and accounting firms which required him to work for atleast 65 hours a week. However, he turned them both down and became a comedian as it only required 4 hours a week instead. He has won every comedy award in NSW. He is the only comedian to have ever achieved this greatly. He also wrote an autobiography about his life called “The Happiest Refugee”.
If it stumbles in illustrating this lesson, it also opens its author’s ears to a new, richly human music. " The Broadway production, also directed by Kinney, began previews at the Lyceum Theatre on March 13, 2009, opened on April 2, 2009 and closed on June 14, 2009 after 85 performances. The cast included off-Broadway
One of them that they are known for was the largest rock festival ever the wood stock festival, on the weekend of august 15th -17th in 1969 in upstate New York. There was an estimated 450,000 people that attended the event according to the rock hall of fame. The festival was scheduled to end with The Jimi Hendrix Experience performance on the 16th but was delayed, fans waited all night for Jimi to take the stage. Finally at 7:30 in morning The Jimi Hendrix Experience takes the stage wowing their fans with an hour of play time. Jimi Hendrix’s version of the “Star Spangled Banner” became the highlight of the festival.
Is there a more famous American Indian in all the United States than Sherman Alexie? I don't think so. In July 1998, he appeared on PBS with President Clinton and representatives of various ethnic groups in a round-table discussion on race in the United States. He was the prime mover behind the movie Smoke Signals, a film that was popular with both the public and the critics. He is a regular participant at poetry slams, was the subject of a New York Times Magazine article, and has been heard on public radio several times.
COS English 1001 Instructor: Jacalyn McNamara Amelia Anderson Remembering an Event June 6th 2014 Thesis: This event was important to me because I got to see my brother and my boyfriend perform onstage in Ashland. The event took place at club 66 up in Ashland Oregon. My brothers band and two other bands, Tallboy and Bloodoath played that day. We left for the show about 1pm on Friday. It was a warm summer day almost too warm considering what I decided to ware, a dayglow green outfit with a black top and shorts.
Upon arrival we had always walked the boardwalk, and gorged ourselves at America's finest establishment, Hooter's. Eventually, the clock would wind down. There was now an hour till showtime. We walk all the way back to the Showboat, the casino housing the House of Blues. The long line that seemed to go on forever, the intoxicated people going crazy for the show that wouldnt start for an hour, the smell of spilled alcohol all over the ground and tobacco in the air.
Cultural Event Report Chernell Green Dr. Donna Reeves HUM 111—World Cultures I Strayer University Monday, June 11, 2012 Attending a Performance Clearly identify the event location, date attended, the attendees, and your initial reaction upon arriving at the event. The event location was at Dorchester Road Regional Library, 6325 Dorchester Road, North Charleston, South Carolina, 29418. On Thursday, May 10, 2012, I attended an hour Rhythm and Blues (R&B) jazz concert. The concert was schedule from 6:30 pm-7:30 pm and it started on time. Mr. Gerald was the Librarian that introduced Terrence Young and his band.