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March 3, 2012 | Today | Print Calendar

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Women's History Month

Celebrate the history of women all month long.

Women and Gender Studies Center, (703) 993-2896

9 am - 4 pm

Honors Brunch

Johnson Center, Dewberry Hall

Admissions Office, (703) 993-2400

10 am - 8 pm

When The House Burns Down: Deborah Lash

Johnson Center, Gallery 123

Photography exhibition When The House Burns Down by Mason alumna Deborah Lash. The series follows two children throughout the summer in an empty world devoid of people and possessions, exploring the texture of intimate relationships.

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Walter Kravitz, (703) 993-7203, ekravitz@gmu.edu, School of Art

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2 pm

Mason Players: This is Our Youth

Performing Arts Building, Room 105

Written by Kenneth Lonergan, directed by Bethany Galyen.

Theatre Department, (703)993-1120

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3 pm

NATS Honors Concert

Harris Theater

Center for the Arts Box Office, (703) 993-8888

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4 pm - 6 pm

Free Argentine Tango Lessons

Johnson Center, Dance Studio

Argentine Tango Lessons for all levels. No experience or partner required.

$15; Free Mason Students

GMU Tango Club, gmu.tango.club@g, GMU Tango Club

6 pm

PB Film: Immortals

Johnson Center, Cinema

Eons after the Gods won their mythic struggle against the Titans, a new evil threatens the land. Mad with power, King Hyperion has declared war against humanity. Secretly chosen by Zeus, Theseus must save his people from Hyperion and his hordes.

Program Board, (703) 993-2925

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7:30 pm

Manassas Symphony Orchestra: Musical Kaleidoscope

Prince William Campus, Hylton Performing Arts Center, Merchant Hall

Musical Kaleidoscope is a glimpse through a prism of ever-changing musical colors. Greet the early spring by experiencing the musical colors of composers such as Felix Mendelssohn, Aaron Copland and William Grant Still as played by the Manassas Symphony.

Hylton Performing Arts Center Box Office, (703) 993-7759

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8 pm

Mason Players: This is Our Youth

Performing Arts Building, Room 105

Written by Kenneth Lonergan, directed by Bethany Galyen.

Theatre Department, (703)993-1120

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8 pm

Ballet Folklorico De Antioquia, Colombia

Center for the Arts, Concert Hall

Ballet Folklorico De Antioquia, Colombia is recognized for its elegance, excellence, and breathtaking artistry in folkloric music and dance as well as contemporary music and dance.

$46; $38; $23

Center for the Arts Box Office, (703) 993-8888

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8 pm

Concert: Celtic Woman

Patriot Center

Believe. Doors open at 7:00 pm.

Patriot Center Box Office, (703) 993-3000

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9 pm

PB Film: New Year's Eve

Johnson Center, Cinema

Set during New Year's Eve in New York city, this movie follows several people and how the day affects them.

Program Board, (703) 993-2925

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