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Entertainment Calendar


Now-Sept. 30 Reawaken, an iPhoneography exhibit of works by Brian Husch, is currently showing on all three display groups in the J. Ardis Bell Library on NE Campus. The 665 photographs were taken by Husch, a former SE student who received his associate degree with a concentration in photography. His pieces are described as “imaginative, colorful and captivating.” The NE library is open seven days a week.

Now-Sept. 30 The SE Library presents Alaska — The Wilderness Up Close, a photo exhibit of the Alaskan wilderness by English adjunct instructor Gregory Bade. The photos include landscapes and wildlife. For more information, call library services assistant director Tracey Minzenmayer at 817-515-3388.

Now-Sept. 30 The NW Campus Fall Visual Arts Faculty Exhibit is currently on display during normal school hours. The Lakeview Gallery (WFAB 1135) features local, national and international artists. The WTLO Fourth Floor and Walsh Library display areas feature works by district visual arts faculty, other professionals and NW visual arts students. Works include metal, ceramics, mixed media, painting, drawing, digital print, digital video and watercolor.

Now-Oct. 3 Hans Molzberger’s Rubin’s Colors opens the fall season in the Carillon Gallery in South Campus’ Joe B. Rushing Center for Performing Arts. The German-born artist currently teaches at Houston Baptist University. The exhibit includes a hundred butterflies made from colored glass by Molzberger and Rubin Samelson, a Buchenwald concentration camp survivor who became a glass artist after his liberation. Children in concentration camps often drew butterflies, which became a symbol of a better life. The gallery is open Monday-Thursday by appointment only via email to

Now-Oct. 5 Local artists Ray Albarez and Eric Villarreal are displaying their paintings in Art Corridor II on SE Campus. The exhibit is open to the public Monday-Saturday during normal school operating hours.

Now-Oct. 15 The NE library presents Answers Come in Dreams located on the art wall on the second floor of the J. Ardis Bell Library. Photography student Aaron Hutchinson displays his pinhole images as part of the digital exhibition experience. For more information, call the library at 817-515-6627.


Sept. 28 NE music instructor Lewis Pilot will present part two of a lecture on Gustav Mahler, the Austrian late-Romantic composer and conductor. The seminar begins at 2 p.m. in NFAB 1104.


Oct. 2-5 The SE drama program will present The Laramie Project by Moises Kaufman in the C.A. Roberson Theater. The play is based on the true story of a gay University of Wyoming student, Matthew Shepard, who was beaten and tied to a fence on the outskirts of Laramie, Wyo., and eventually died. After the murder, the members of one theater traveled to Laramie, interviewed the townspeople and turned the interviews into The Laramie Project. The performance is 7:30 p.m. Thursday-Saturday with a matinee performance 1:30 p.m. Friday. Admission is free for students, faculty and staff, $3 for seniors and other students and $6 for the public. Reservations are not required but can be made through the box office at 817-515-3599.

Oct. 2-5 The NE drama program will present An Evening with Harold Pinter at 7 p.m. Wednesday-Saturday as well as a 2 p.m. matinee on Saturday. The show will consist of two short plays, The Dumb Waiter and The Lover, directed by student directors Brandon Wimmer and Roxana Astemborski. Both one-act plays contain elements of drama and comedy and have been staged as both. Admission is free for all TCC students, faculty and staff, $3 for other students and senior citizens and $6 for the general public. To reserve tickets, call the box office at 817-515-6687.

Oct. 3-5 Craving Gravy or Love in the Time of Cannibalism opens the South Campus drama season in the Joe B. Rushing Center for the Performing Arts at 7:30 p.m. The play follows two wanderers, Gilroy and Delroy, through a post-apocalyptic wasteland. Admission is free for all TCC students, faculty and staff, $3 for other students and senior citizens and $6 for the general public. Tickets go on sale at 7 p.m. the day of a performance, and no late seating is allowed.

Oct. 9-13 NW drama students will perform the dramatic comedy Crimes of the Heart, a critically acclaimed play by Beth Henley about two tenacious sisters with blood on their hands. Showtimes are 7:30 p.m. Wednesday-Saturday and 2 p.m. Sunday in Theatre Northwest (WTLO 1108). Ticket prices are $6 for general admission, $3 for non-TCC students and senior citizens and free for all TCC students, faculty and staff. For reservations, call the NW box office at 817-515-7724.

Special Events:

Sept. 25 NW performing arts invites the TCC community to come out to Night Solos, an evening of dance, drama and music at 7:30 p.m. by the two ponds in front of the campus. The show will celebrate the best performances from companies of performing arts students chosen by faculty. Each student auditioned and prepared a piece to perform. The audience is encouraged to bring chairs and blankets. Admission is free, and reservations are not required.

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