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2012-2013 Cultural Arts Calendar

OPERA at USC --- For more information, or to purchase tickets, contact Lisa Smith at 803-777-5369. Tickets are:  $20 general admission; $15 seniors, USC faculty/staff, military; $5 students. Ellen Schlaefer is the opera director. Season tickets are available. 

Nov. 2-3 --- “Don Giovanni” by W.A. Mozart (sung in Italian). 7:30 p.m. Drayton Hall. The legendary Don Juan gets his comeuppance, but not before his dastardly deeds out wit and outrage.

Nov. 4--- “Don Giovanni” by W.A. Mozart (sung in Italian). 3 p.m. Drayton Hall. The legendary Don Juan gets his comeuppance, but not before his dastardly deeds out wit and outrage.

Feb. 1-2 ---“Das Barbecü” a musical comedy by Warrender and Luigs. 7:30 p.m. Drayton Hall.Kick back, laugh and have a good time with this rollicking hootenanny…a bawdy retelling of Wagner’s Ring cycle with a Texas twang. 

Feb. 3---“Das Barbecü” a musical comedy by Warrender and Luigs. 3 p.m. Drayton Hall.Kick back, laugh and have a good time with this rollicking hootenanny…a bawdy retelling of Wagner’s Ring cycle with a Texas twang. 

April 5-6--- “The Tender Land” by Aaron Copland.7:30 p.m. Longstreet Theatre. A coming-of-age tale unfolds in America’s heartland.

April 7--- “The Tender Land” by Aaron Copland.3 p.m. Longstreet Theatre. A coming-of-age tale unfolds in America’s heartland.

May 10-11 --- “Bambino”by Richard Maltz.7:30 p.m. Longstreet Theatre. A new musical drama in one act revisits the relentless calamities inflicted on the Boston Red Sox. “Bambino” is a collaboration between USC Aiken and USC Columbia. (This production, featuring students and professionals, is not part of the regular season.)

May 12 --- “Bambino”by Richard Maltz.3 p.m. Longstreet Theatre. A new musical drama in one act revisits the relentless calamities inflicted on the Boston Red Sox. “Bambino” is a collaboration between USC Aiken and USC Columbia. (This production, featuring students and professionals, is not part of the regular season.)

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