The band, made up of a trombonist, a clarinetist, and rapper, will perform in the IMU Main Lounge at 7:30 p.m. today. The group has a “klezmer” style, which is derived from the Hebrew words for “vessel” and “song.”
Leslie Jamison’s invention of characters is an exploration into human nature.
UI dancers will showcase months of rehearsals.
On Friday, the Riverside Theatre will show Killadelphia, written by former UI Playwright’s Workshop alum Sean Christopher Lewis.
Eurydice, an odd, bittersweet comedy about love and memories, takes the stage as part of the UI theater department’s season.
Deathtrap premieres Friday at 7:30 p.m. at the Iowa Children’s Museum in Coral Ridge Mall.
Pramod Sarin will teach the basics of her native Punjabi cuisine at Coralville’s New Pioneer Food Co-op.
David Daniell and Douglas McCombs create a multi-layered wall of sound at the Blue Moose Tap House tonight with their guitars and little else.
Professor Steve Stern, the vice provost for faculty and staff, as well as Alberto Flores Galindo, professor of history at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, will give a lecture on the country.
JC Brooks and the Uptown Sound will perform at the Blue Moose Tap House Saturday night.