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Join Duke Pamilya for our first monthly meal of the year with friends, fun, and free Filipin food!
Freewater Presentations will be screening the newest addition to the “Kung Fu Panda” series, Kung Fu Panda 4 before it releases to theaters! Come and see it on 2/17 at 7 pm and 10 pm! Griffith Film Theater is located in BC across from McDonald’s.
Freewater Presentations is partnering with Masters of Engineering Management Studies to screen “Dead Poets Society.” This classic from Robin Williams is a must-see. Griffith Film Theater is located in the Bryan Center across from McDonalds. We will be screening at 7 pm and 10 pm.
Freewater Presentations, Screen & Society, and APSI conclude their Studio Ghibli series with Miyazaki’s newest Oscar-nominated masterpiece: “The Boy the Heron.” This masterpiece is, to this day, the only film to make Miyazaki cry. We will be screening it on 2/9 and 2/10 at 7 pm and 10 pm. Griffith Film Theater is located in the Bryan Center across from McDonald’s.
Freewater Presentations, APSI, and Screen & Society continue to their Studio Ghibli series with the Oscar-winning “Spirited Away.” Chihiro must free her parents from the spirit realm of an abandoned theme park. Featuring unforgettable characters like Haku and “No Face,” this is a must-see film. It will be screened on 2/8 at 7 pm and 10 pm in Griffith Film Theater.
Freewater Presentations, APSI, and Screen & Society are kicking off their Studio Ghibli weekend with this classic from Hayao Miyazaki. It will be screened at 7 pm and 10 pm in Griffith Film Theater (across from McDonald’s in the Bryan Center).
Freewater Presentations will be closing its Hunger Games series with its newest addition: the prequel “The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes.” It tells the origins of the villainous President Snow. It will be screened on 2/2 and 2/3 at 7 and 10 pm. See you there!
Drag show with Jax, Naomi Dix and Stormie Daie
The Doric String Quartet is one of the leading quartets of its generation, widely celebrated for its approaches to a wide range of repertoire and, as The Observer has noted, its ‘warmth, finesse and exciting attack.’ The ensemble begins with Schumann’s jovial String Quartet No. 3. which was penned in 1842 – a year in which the composer was preoccupied by ‘constant quartet thoughts,’ as he no…
11-time Grammy nominated saxophonist and composer Joshua Redman is one of today’s foremost contemporary jazz artists. Raised in a musical home, Redman released his first record in 1993, and now with more than 20 albums as a leader and sideman under his belt, his prolific career shows no signs of slowing down. Redman joins the Duke Arts Presents season this spring in support of one of his mos…
A weekend of jazz from Duke Arts Presents kicks off with none other than Vice Provost for the Arts John V. Brown as he convenes an all-star group of local jazz talent with national credentials. The John Brown Big Band will join forces with Grammy-nominated vocalist and Durham native Nnenna Freelon for this special one-night-only event. Freelon is a renowned performer and educator who has wor…
“There is always a dark precursor that no one sees, and then the lightning bolt that illuminates, and there is the world.” – Gilles Deleuze Performed in the round, the second part of the 11th Organ will be an immersive social choreographic situation centered around a group of performers, who temporarily envision themselves inhabiting a shared imaginary space. The metaphysical space will be i…