The Cal Poly Music Department will once again bring its three jazz ensembles to Alex G. Spanos Theatre on Friday night for the Fall Jazz Concert.
In Greek, the word “antigone” means unbending. And in the Greek tragedy “Antigone” by Sophocles — which will be performed in the Spanos Theatre Nov. 18 to Nov. 20 — that’s just what the main character Antigone had to be to honor her brother.
Author Mark Mathabane spoke at Spanos Theatre on Oct. 21 about his novel, censorship, beliefs and humanity.
Mezzo-soprano Jacalyn Kreitzer, violinist Brynn Albanese and pianist Susan Azaret Davies collaborated for a classical music recital on Saturday Sept. 25 in the Spanos Theatre.
Cal Poly’s theatre and dance department will be presenting an original stage production of acclaimed Latino dramatist José Rivera’s dark and surreal play “Marisol.”
The Spanos Theatre stage will transform into the Lower East Side of New York, complete with cake-faced drag queens, reckless heroin addicts and starving artists when award-winning rock musical RENT comes to Cal Poly on Oct. 15.