Thursday, April 7, 2011

18TH CENTURY TIBETAN MASTERPIECE INSPIRES PLAY @ TOWSON UNIVERSITY THIS SATURDAY

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Towson University has a very active cultural program, with lots of events to suit any culture-lover’s fancy. Here’s one for the month of April:

 

All Victorious Ocean: The Epic Story of a Woman's Journey to Enlightenment

WHEN: Saturday, April 9, 8 PM
WHERE: Center for the Arts Harold J. Kaplan Concert Hall, Towson University, 8000 York Road, Towson
TICKETS:
$15 general admission; $10 students and seniors; $8 AA&CC members.

Victorious
All Victorious Ocean is a theater work adapted by Philadelphia actor and playwright Joanna Rotte from the 18th Century Tibetan masterpiece, The Secret Life and Songs of the Tibetan Lady Yeshe Tsogyal, the first Tibetan to attain spiritual enlightenment.

Through this adaption, her story of fearlessness and compassion comes alive once again in the West as a theater production. 

It's a 75-minute tour de force of dramatic story telling. Rotte is accompanied by a chorus of singers, musicians and actors.

Ticket information: Call 410.704.2787 for ticket charges and additional information. Stop by the Center for the Arts Box Office to purchase your tickets in person. The CFA is located at the corner of Osler and Cross Campus drive.  Box Office hours are noon–4 PM. Tuesday through Saturday and one hour prior to performances. Tickets prices are subject to change without notice. Gift certificates are available.

Parking Information: A permit is not required to park in most locations on campus after 8 PM. Mon. - Thurs., after 3 PM Fri., and and all day Sat. and Sun. Please read the signs in the area where you intend to park.  To park at other times, unless specific parking arrangments are noted in the publicized information, please purchase a Pay & Display permit from one of the campus kiosks and park in the designated vistor parking areas.