An Evening with Stephen Sondheim and Frank Rich
FREE, entrance is first-come, first-serve
Sondheim is nothing short of a god to anyone who’s ever been in a musical, thought about being in a musical, seen a musical, thought about seeing a musical or had a theater arts concentrator roommate freshman year. Frank Rich is one of my all-time favorite NY Times arts reviewers (although he’s doing political commentary these days). Word on the street is this will be packed, so get there early if you’re serious about worshiping at the altar of Sondheim.
Speed Dating/Mixer/Game Night
8 p.m. – 11 p.m.
55 Angell Street (RISD Tap room)
Come to mingle and/or meet other Brown and RISD students in search of Valentines.
Brown Campaign for Burma Comedy Show
In honor of Burmese comedian and activist Zarganar, imprisoned for 35 years for speaking to foreign media about Cyclone Nargis, this show uses humor to address issues surrounding Burma’s military dictatorship. Proceeds will go toward humanitarian aid in Burma.
10:00 p.m. – 2:00 a.m.
$3 door, $1 drinks
If you’re a freshman girl, or you want to hook up with a freshman girl, you probably already have plans to be there. For the rest of us, DTau apparently got Super Mash Bros to create 45 minutes of original music for the party, which I’m more impressed with than I’d like to say.
— Anne Speyer & Suzannah Weiss