Calendar of Events
Friday, February 16, 2018
Gallery Exhibit: Fashion From the Era of Baltimore's Cone Sisters Time: All Day Locations: The Rouse Company Foundation Gallery Details: In partnership with Rep Stage's production of "All She Must Possess," this exhibition features fashion from the era of Baltimore's Cone Sisters. Dr. Claribel and Miss Etta Cone, daughters of German-Jewish immigrants, could have lived unassuming lives in Baltimore at the turn of the century, but instead they traveled the world, amassing one of the world’s greatest Modern art collections. The exhibit was developed in connection with the Rep Stage world premiere of “All She Must Possess,” a highly theatrical celebration of Etta Cone’s extraordinary life.
Walk - In Resume Review Time: 11:00am - 12:00pm Locations: RCF 302 Details: Meet with a Career Services staff member in RCF 302 for a 10 minute review of your resume. No appointment necessary. Please arrive no later than 45 minutes past the hour.
“Prince of Instruments” – A Talk by Ronn McFarlane (POSTPONED) Time: 12:00pm - 1:00pm Locations: Monteabaro Recital Hall Details:
“Prince of Instruments” – A Talk by Ronn McFarlane (Lecture – free and ticket required)
This talk has been postponed to: FRIDAY, MARCH 2 AT 12:00 PM
Ronn McFarlane will talk about the history and music of the lute, and its place in European culture throughout the Medieval, Renaissance, and Baroque eras.
*This event is free of charge. Ticket required*
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ALL SHE MUST POSSESS Time: 8:00pm - 10:00pm Locations: Studio Theatre (Reserved Seating) Details:
“All She Must Possess”
By Susan McCully
Directed by Joseph Ritsch
February 8–25, 2018
The Baltimore Cone sisters, Dr. Claribel and Miss Etta, daughters of German-Jewish immigrants, could have lived tranquil, appropriate lives as respected Victorian ladies. Instead, the iconic duo voraciously collected art and curios from around the world. The unassuming Etta, often overshadowed by her sister, sat demurely among art and literary geniuses of the early twentieth century while slowly amassing one of world's greatest Modern art collections. “All She Must Possess” is a highly theatrical celebration of Etta's extraordinary life. Works of art come alive and her one-time lover, Gertrude Stein, sings her praises as we watch her journey from society laughingstock to doyen of Modernity.
“All She Must Possess” will be Rep Stage’s production in participation with the 2018 DC Women’s Voices Theater Festival.
- General Admission: $40
- Seniors (60+)/Military: $35
- Students: $15 (Must present current student ID or course schedule) *
- Groups: $34/person for groups of 10 or more patrons.
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