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Nov. 6 - “W” Day
Nov. 11 - Veterans Day - No Classes
Nov. 17 - Registration for students with 24+ completed credits begins
Nov. 20 - Registration for students with <23 completed credits begins
Nov. 27-28 - Thanksgiving Holiday - No Classes
Dec. 3 - WAOL Instruction Ends
Dec. 8 - Last Day of On-Campus & GHC Online Classes
Dec. 9 - 11 - Finals
Dec. 16 - Grades posted to transcripts
Back in the World
November 7, 8, 14, & 15
Friday, Saturday, 7:30 p.m.
“Back in the World” is a world premiere musical about soldiers returning home from war. Composed by GHC graduate Alex Eddy, who has a rich history in the Bishop Center as a musician, playwright, actor and conductor, and with lyrics by GHC faculty member and frequent Bishop playwright Lynne Lerych, “Back in the World” explores the plight of soldiers returning from war. This sad, angry, funny, and ultimately uplifting story focuses on the struggles veterans face when they have come home, but they are not really home.
Note: This show contains subject matter and language that may not be appropriate for children. The subject matter could trigger PTSD symptoms.
Participating artists include Elizabeth Bolton, Kathi Butorac, Kathryn Cotnoir, Matthew Coyle, Julie Daniels, Kathryn Decker, Kathleen F. Graddy, Ken Hunt, Robert Hunter, Brent Knott, Susan LaMadrid, Carie L. Larson, Bev King Lufkin, Ivy M. Moyer, Linda K. Parisi, Cayla Quinton, Erik Sandgren, Cara Beth Stevenson, and Nathan Whorton.
Exhibit Continues through December 11, 2014
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