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November 22, 2014 | Print Calendar

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10 am

Women's Swimming & Diving: Patriot Invitational

Women's Swimming & Diving: Patriot Invitational

Andrew Bashuk, (703) 993-3222, abashuk@gmu.edu, Intercollegiate Athletics

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10 am

Men's Swimming and Diving: Patriot Invitational

Aquatic and Fitness Center

Men's Swimming & Diving: Patriot Invitational.

Andrew Bashuk, (703) 993-3222, abashuk@gmu.edu, Intercollegiate Athletics

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11 am

Berenstain Bears LIVE! in Family Matters: The Musical

Prince William Campus, Hylton Performing Arts Center, Merchant Hall

Come on down to Bear Country for this enchanting adaptation of Stan and Jan Berenstain’s beloved children’s series. Fresh from its sold-out off-Broadway run this heartwarming musical based on three of the Berenstain Bears most popular books.

$15, $5

(703) 993-7759, Hylton@gmu.edu, Hylton Performing Arts Center

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2 pm

Berenstain Bears LIVE! in Family Matters: The Musical

Prince William Campus, Hylton Performing Arts Center, Merchant Hall

Come on down to Bear Country for this enchanting adaptation of Stan and Jan Berenstain’s beloved children’s series. Fresh from its sold-out off-Broadway run this heartwarming musical based on three of the Berenstain Bears most popular books.

$15, $5

(703) 993-7759, Hylton@gmu.edu, Hylton Performing Arts Center

Web Site

2 pm

Dido: Queen of Carthage

Center for the Arts, Theatrespace

Between the destruction of Troy and the founding of Rome, Queen Dido built the magnificent city of Carthage. One of Marlowe's most fascinating plays, inspired by Virgil's "Aeneid," this retelling of the tragic love of Dido for the Trojan hero Aeneas unfolds in verse written by one of the great playwrights of the Elizabethan Age.

$15, $10

(703) 993-8888, stagecfa@gmu.edu, College of Visual and Performing Arts

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8 pm

Dido: Queen of Carthage

Center for the Arts, Theatrespace

Between the destruction of Troy and the founding of Rome, Queen Dido built the magnificent city of Carthage. One of Marlowe's most fascinating plays, inspired by Virgil's "Aeneid," this retelling of the tragic love of Dido for the Trojan hero Aeneas unfolds in verse written by one of the great playwrights of the Elizabethan Age.

$15, $10

(703) 993-8888, stagecfa@gmu.edu, College of Visual and Performing Arts

Web Site