UT Dallas Singers Planning a Wicked Time Oct. 26 & 27
Oct. 15, 2007
The UT Dallas Chamber Singers and Intermediate Voice students will present Something Wicked This Way Comes, a special Halloween concert planned for Friday and Saturday Oct. 26 and 27 at 8:00 p.m. in the University Theatre.
The performances, directed by Kathryn Evans and accompanied by Michael McVay on piano, are free and open to the public.
The concert will feature “Double Double” from the film Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban, “This is Halloween” from The Nightmare Before Christmas, “Remains of the Day” from The Corpse Bride and the theme from The Addams Family. Rounding out the spooky bill are the jazz standards “Bewitched, Bothered and Bewildered”and “That Old Black Magic”; witches’ choruses from Verdi’s opera Macbeth and Purcell’s Dido and Aeneas; and other classical works by Benjamin Britten and Maurice Ravel.
The concert will include ghoulish decorations provided by the Rat PAC and the Student Union & Activities Advisory Board. A costume contest to be judged by SUAAB each night at intermission will determine the winner of a $100 Barnes & Noble gift card.
More information is available at http://ah.utdallas.edu/season0708/halloween.htm.
For information about the many musical, arts, theatre, dance and other performances and exhibitions held throughout the year at UT Dallas, please call 972-UTD-ARTS (972-883-2787) or email [email protected]. People with disabilities in need of special accommodations may call 972-883-2982, Texas Relay Operator: 1-800-RELAYVV.
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