It’s that wonderful time of year when program houses of all shapes and sizes are looking for new recruits. If you’re interested in joining one, it’s a great opportunity to get to know the people you might be living with next year. It’s also a great opportunity to eat lots of free food. I’ve never tried, but I think you could probably survive the month of February by only eating the tasty treats the houses are all but throwing your way. If you’re looking to start off your night right, there are a couple of great options:
ADPhi, Goddard House
Cake or death? You can find the former, with lots of delicious tea at ADPhi tonight!
Pain et Fromage
Machado House, 87 Prospect Street
Bread and cheese, for all you non-Frenchies. No one does pain et fromage quite like Machado House. Except for actual French people.
If you’re looking for a few non-food centered activities, there are a few excellent options on that front as well:
Dancing with the Professors 2010
$7 for students
If you’ve ever seen Dancing with the Stars, the show that takes B-list celebrities and teaches them to dance, you know what this is about. The Brown Ballroom team has taken a few of our beloved professors and whipped them into waltz-ready shape. Tonight’s competition is not to be missed!
“Wait Until Dark”
Production Workshop, 7 Young Orchard
“Wait Until Dark” was a 1966 play by Frederick Knott that was also made into a fantastic movie starring Audrey Hepburn as a blind woman holding her own against some pretty gruesome mobsters who think she’s got their drugs and want them back. Leah Cogen ’13 takes on the role in PW’s latest show and word on the street is that it’s going to be a thrilling night. Read the full review in today’s Herald!
— Anne Speyer