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    • Homecoming Highlights, 2014 

      College, Carthage (2014)
    • An Hour of Offenbach 

      Berg, Greg; Boresi, Matthew (2017)
      Performance of "An Hour of Offenbach" by Carthage College, from the 2017 J-Term Opera Workshop
    • "The Invisible Hand" 

      Akhtar, Ayad; Kruger., Herschel; Tredway, Marie (2016)
      The Carthage Theatre Department presents “The Invisible Hand,” written by Ayad Akhtar and directed by Marie Tredway and Herschel Kruger. The play will be staged in Carthage’s Wartburg Theatre.
    • "The Invisible Hand" 

      Akhtar, Ayad; Kruger, Herschel; Tredway, Marie (2016)
      The Carthage Theatre Department presents “The Invisible Hand,” written by Ayad Akhtar and directed by Marie Tredway and Herschel Kruger. The play was staged in Carthage’s Wartburg Theatre.
    • John Hemkes Memorial Concert 

      Ripley, James; Johnson, Douglas (2017)
      The Carthage College Wind Orchestra and the Belle City Brassworks brass band present the annual “John Hemkes Memorial Concert”.
    • Kinestetic ChitChat 

      Pottinger, Stacy (2016)
    • Lecture: “Religious Literacy, Religious Liberty, and the Bible in American Public Schools” 

      Mark, Chancery (Carthage College, 2016-10-05)
      Mark Chancey, a widely published expert on constitutional, political, and academic issues related to the study of religion in public schools, will give a presentation at 4:30 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 4, at Carthage. His talk, ...
    • Monster Keyboard Concert 

      Livingston, Jane (2015)
    • New Student Convocation, Fall 2014 

      College, Carthage; Woodward, Gregory (2014)
    • Opera Workshop 

      Berg, Gregory (2015)
    • Percussion Studio Concert 

      Kozakis, Michael (2015)
    • Pianist Carmen Vila Performance 

      Vila, Carmen (2016)
      A performance of the musical stylings of pianist Carmen Vila.
    • A Seat at the Table 

      Taylor, Regina; McClendon, Martin; Shapovalov, Dimitri (2017)
      If doors that opened for the nation’s most prominent civil rights leader had similarly opened for Fannie Lou Hamer, a former senator once said “we would have had a female Martin Luther King.” Forty years after Ms. Hamer ...
    • Spring Choral Concert 

      Various (Carthage College, 2016-05)
      Spring Choral Concert
    • Third Coast Percussion Concert 

      Murphy, Michael (Carthage College, 2016-05-19)
      Hailed by The New Yorker as vibrant and superb, Third Coast Percussion explores and expands the extraordinary sonic possibilities of the percussion repertoire, delivering exciting performances for audiences of all kinds. ...
    • Under the Stars... The Piano Goes to the Movies 

      Livingston, Jane (2016-03-21)
      Miklós Rózsa was born in Hungary in 1907. His musical training was done in Germany. He then lived worked and studied for extended periods of time in England, France, Italy and the United States. Although his film ...
    • Urinetown 

      Kerr, Mary McDonald (2018-06-06)
      The Carthage Theatre Department presents Urinetown April 22-24 and April 28-30. Winner of three Tony Awards, Urinetown is a hilarious musical send-up of capitalism, social irresponsibility, bureaucracy, and musical theatre ...
    • Visiting Writers Series: Edwin Torres 

      Torres, Edwin (2014)
    • Wind Orchestra Concert with Third Coast Percussion 

      Kawakami , Etsushi (Ed) , Michael Kozakis Kozakis (Carthage College, 2016-05)
      Our guest artists, Third Coast Percussion, will perform in this “primarily percussion” concert conducted by Profs. Etsushi (Ed) Kawakami and Michael Kozakis. The performance will also feature the Carthage Wind Orchestra, ...