Upcoming events for November: Edwards full month of events

Heading into November, the Edwards College of Humanities and Fine Arts has a host of events coming up on the horizon.

In case you missed it, the Department of Theatre’s will begin its showings of “Urinetown: The Musical.” The show depicts a socio-political satire where private toilets are outlawed, and citizens are forced to pay to urinate. It will be running from Nov. 4-13 in the Edwards Black Box Theatre.

Terrance Hayes, a nationally renowned poet, will be visiting on Nov. 10 where he will present a reading of his work. He has an extensive catalogue, with his work discussing topics like pop culture, race and music. This event will be free and open to the public.

On Nov. 12, the Department of Music will be showcasing another installment in their Representatoire Project which began

in the Spring 2022 semester. Here, it will feature Grammy-nominated flutist and composer Valerie Coleman performing her “Portraits of Langston” alongside some of the department’s faculty.

Be on the lookout for all of these events and more throughout the month.