Here is a description of the play from the festival’s website: “Fugitive turned island dictator Brutus Jones learns that he has a revolt on this hands and must flee for his life. O'Neill's ground-breaking play explores the psyche of a hunted man trying to outrun his guilt and fears. Don't miss the American theatre's first psychological thrill ride.” Here are some useful links:
Tickets: Click here to purchase tickets
The website for the play: http://www.eugeneoneill.org/festival/jones.php
Information about taking the shuttle to Tao House: http://www.eugeneoneill.org/faq.php
The festival website: http://www.eugeneoneill.org/festival/
Our Annual Potluck will be held October 29th at 4:00pm at the home of Deebie Symmes ‘81 and John Hood. 2432 Oregon Street, Berkeley. Look for an invite with RSVP instructions by email.
I've posted some photos from the June 1 Smith+Mills event at the UC Berkeley Botanical Garden. Check out the album on our Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.1201495106535742.1073741828.171703639514899&type=1&l=3082aacbfe
We will meet at 9:30am at 568 Bellevue in Oakland (blue and white boat house) on Lake Merritt to receive equipment and further instructions. Before you arrive, it is important that you watch 'A Guide to Cleaning the Lake' short video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_mo5yUhhzn4. The video also includes directions and parking information.RSVP to Missy Longshore '99 (email firstname.lastname@example.org) to stay updated on details.
Earth Day marks the anniversary of what many consider the birth of the modern environmental movement in 1970. According to Earth Day Network, “more than 1 billion people now participate in Earth Day activities each year, making it the largest civic observance in the world.”
Thousands of volunteers will join this global effort for the 22nd Annual Oakland Earth Day, Saturday April 23, 2016. Oakland Earth Day is the city’s largest community volunteer event and is sponsored by Oakland Public Works, with support from the Alameda County Flood Control and Water Conservation District.
If the college has your contact info, you should have just gotten an email announcement of Smith in the City with details about the program. They will be mailing invitations shortly, or you can use the link below to preregister.
The college will be holding a "Smith in the City" event in March of 2016. Program information and invitations should be sent soon, so keep your eye out for yours! The last one was really great, so try to make it if you can!