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September 9, 2002

WHAT HAPPENED: The September 11th Testimony Project

Pay tribute to the survivors of the World Trade Center attacks. Hear the stories of more than 40 real-life characters as they recount their experiences on and since that day.

Start: Sep 9, 2002
End: Sep 9, 2002
Venue: Segal Theater
Cost: Free
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September 30, 2002

The Classics Revisited

Come explore the works of great American playwright Thornton Wilder. Best known for his Pulitzer Prize-winning play Our Town, the Martin E. Segal Theatre Center is proud to present two of Wilder’s lesser known plays, Infancy and The Happy Journey to Trenton and Camden, both produced by Break-A-Leg Productions.

Start: Sep 30, 2002
End: Sep 30, 2002
Venue: Segal Theater
Cost: Free
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October 7, 2002

Einstein’s Dreams

The ground-breaking writing and composing team of Joanne Sydney Lessner and Joshua Rosenblum have created an original musical adaptation of Alan Lightman’s captivating and enchanting novel Einstein’s Dreams.

Start: Oct 7, 2002
End: Oct 7, 2002
Venue: Elebash Recital Hall
Cost: Free
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October 7, 2002

The Part of Hamlet and Filumena Marturano

Works by Eduardo De Fillippo
Presented by Jane E. House Productions, The Eduardo De Filippo Estate, and Istituto Italiano Di Cultura of New York

Start: Oct 7, 2002
End: Oct 7, 2002
Venue: Segal Theater
Cost: Free
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November 4, 2002

The Art of Marionettes

Czech-American master puppet player Vít Horejs will give a demonstration of the art of marionettes with selected puppets used in productions of his Czechoslovak-American Marionette Theater.

Start: Nov 4, 2002
End: Nov 4, 2002
Venue: Segal Theater
Cost: Free
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November 4, 2002

The Science, History, and Music of the Concertina

gentlemanThis year is the 200th anniversary of the birth of the inventor of the concertina, the English physicist, Sir Charles Wheatstone, known widely for the “Wheatstone Bridge.” The speaker-musicians will discuss the science and acoustics of the concertina as a “free-reed” instrument, and its history. The presentation also includes a complementary program of music from Victorian England, present-day chamber music, the early twentieth century music hall, and the English Country Dance tradition.

Start: Nov 4, 2002
End: Nov 4, 2002
Venue: Elebash Recital Hall
Cost: Free
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