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The Commonwealth Shakespeare Company, in residence at Babson College, presents Birdy through Sunday, March 17. The drama, adapted by Naomi Wallace from the Novel by William Wharton, and directed by Steven Maler, examines the effects of war on young lives. The story also offers hope in the possibility of powerful friendships to heal the psychological wounds of war after the physical wounds have healed.
In a Philadelphia suburb before World War II, Birdy spends his time collecting pigeons and canaries for his aviary. His best friend, Al, has more earthly interests like sports and girls, but is attracted to Birdy’s eccentricity, intelligence and commitment to his birds. But after both young men return from the war, they are forced to deal with the trauma of their experiences, both physical and psychological.
WHERE: Carling Sorenson Theater at Babson College
SHOWS: Friday, 3/15, 7:30pm
Saturday, 3/16, 7:30pm
Sunday, 3/17, 3pm
Get tickets here.
$50; General Admission
$46; Senior Discount
$15 Babson faculty and staff
$5 Babson students
Max Hobart, WSO Music Director and Conductor
2:15pm: Instrument petting zoo in the cafeteria
Easy, free parking.
Comic hypnotist Frank Santos, Jr. will come to Wellesley High School’s Katherine L. Babson Auditorium on Friday, March 15, 7pm, as a fundraising event for the WHS Class of 2020.
Come and be amazed when you, your friends or strangers across the room become stars of the show, as Santos makes audience members believe that they are singers, dancers, and more. In Santos’ energetic and unique performance, the audience becomes the main attraction.
Tickets are $10 and will be sold at the door.
WHS Class of 2020 President Ryan Silverstein says, “We are raising money to help reduce the cost of Junior Boat Cruise as well as Prom and Senior Banquet. We are also raising money to make a monetary donation to a charity.”