Don’t miss one of the many events happening this weekend, including 3Ps’ Eurydice, Cage Rage: Grouplove, Sarabande Presents: Illuminate!, The Institute 2: Electric Boogaloo, Essence Presents: Put Your Records On, and finally sQ! presents: Horton Hears a Q!
IN NEWS: Founder of Higher Ground Farm John Stoddard (N ’09) spoke yesterday in the Lincoln Filene Center Rabb Room about the environmental benefits of rooftop farming in the Environmental Studies Program’s weekly Lunch and Learn series.
IN ARTS: “Eurydice” by Sarah Ruhl Pen, Paint and Pretzels (3Ps) fall major production opened last night in Balch Arena Theater. “Eurydice” references the classic Greek myth “Orpheus and Eurydice,” Eurydice, the wife of the talented musician, Orpheus, and their struggle of love. This 3Ps production is not a reenactment of this ancient tale, but rather a modern reincarnation of the tragic story.
ARTS CONTINUED: Read the Daily’s exclusive interview with Grouplove (performing tonight at Cage Rage) by Shannon Vavra, Executive Features Editor.
SPORTS: The No. 6 field hockey team did not waste its opportunity on Wednesday after being granted a second life with NCAA tournament selections last weekend. The Jumbos duked it out with visiting the Anna Maria College Cats in sub-freezing temperatures to capture a 5-0 victory and advance to the second round of NCAA play this weekend.