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SHIFT 2018

Start summer with live arts that shift our thinking in fundamental ways. Music, drama and identity are freshly considered, bringing together diverse art forms and generations.

Fri & Sat, June 22 & 23 • Free
A two-day showcase of digital animations, interactive installations and electronic audio-visual performances by Dartmouth students and alumni and esteemed guest artists.


Morton Subotnick: “Crowds and Power” and “Silver Apples of the Moon”
Fri, June 22, 7 pm • Loew Auditorium • Free
Synthesizer trailblazer Subotnick performs two original works that have redefined the role of electronics in music. Vessels and Bellows—Works for Organ and Electronics
Sat, June 23, 7 pm • Spaulding Auditorium • Free
Dartmouth undergraduates and graduates across disciplines bring Subotnik’s pioneering spirit to the present day with site-specific creations.
Sun, June 24, 7 pm • Loew Auditorium
$8 • Dartmouth IDs $5
This boldly contemporary rock n’ roll comedy follows “a day in the life” of John, Paul, George and Ringo at the height of Beatlemania. Guest Curator, choreographer Mark Morris.
Tue-Thu, June 26-28, 8 pm • The Bema Outdoor Amphitheater
$45 • 18 & under $20 • Dartmouth students $10
Innovative casting and live music shed new light on Shakespeare’s tale of love, betrayal and law in this site-specific production.


Public Talk: Merchant Today
Mon, June 25, 5 pm • Top of the Hop • Free
By Profs. Susannah Heschel & Patricia McKee
Wed, June 27, 6:30 pm
Hopkins Center Plaza • Free
Combining performance with textile art made from antique quilts, Adams (summer-term Artist-in-Residence for the Department of Studio Art) revisits broken treaties between the United States and Native American tribes.


Artist Talk: Gina Adams
Tue, June 26, 4:45 pm • Loew Auditorium • Free
Followed by Exhibition Opening Reception • Jaffe-Friede Gallery
Thu-Sat, June 28, 29 & 30, 8 pm • The Moore Theater
$60/45/25 • Dartmouth students $10
“Gorgeously entertaining and witty tribute” (The Guardian) to the Beatles’ Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band, with live music by Ethan Iverson (formerly Bad Plus).


Public Talk: The Sixties, by Prof. Randall Balmer
Thu, June 28, 7 pm • Top of the Hop • Free
Artist Talk: Ethan Iverson, Composer
Fri, June 29, 7 pm • Top of the Hop • Free
MMDG Dance Master Class
Sat, June 30, 12–1:30 pm • Straus Dance Studio • $10
Members of Mark Morris Dance Group teach this intermediate-level modern class, including choreography from Pepperland. Ages 16+. Bare feet, comfortable clothes.
Fri & Sat, June 29 & 30 • Free
VoxFest brings together Dartmouth theater artists—alumni, students and faculty—to develop theater that rethinks what the artform can do and say.

Fri, June 29, 5 pm: Project Black Plague
Fri, June 29, 8 pm: Outlaw
Sat, June 30, 4 pm: Maids
Sat, June 30, 7:30 pm: Choices People Make (Neukom winner)
Fri, June 29, 10 pm • Loew Auditorium
$8, Dartmouth IDs $5
The groundbreaking zombie horror film that spawned legions of imitators—digitally restored last year and just as powerful. Guest Curator, choreographer Mark Morris.
Sat, June 30, 5 pm • Loew Auditorium
$8, Dartmouth IDs $5
The dazzle and madness of ’60s London frames this psychological mystery from one of cinema’s great artists. Guest Curator, choreographer Mark Morris.

Box Office

Phone: 603.646.2422
Email: hop.box@dartmouth.edu

Monday–Friday: 10 am–6 pm
Saturday: 1–6 pm

Show Night Hours, including Sundays:
The Box Office is open 1 hour* before show time and 30 minutes after the show begins for tickets to that evening’s show only.
*30 minutes for on-screen shows:
Film, Met, Event Cinema.

Hopkins Center for the Arts
Dartmouth College
4 East Wheelock Street
Hanover, NH 03755


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