Saturday, Feb. 16
Open houses at Lycoming provide an in-depth look at our top-of-the-line facilities, academic offerings, expert faculty, and hands-on learning opportunities, making them the perfect opportunity for high school juniors and seniors to narrow down their college lists.
Thursday, Jan. 24
Damon Young, co-founder of VerySmartBrothas and senior editor of The Root, will speak on social change, race relations and more.
Friday, Feb. 8, 7 p.m.
Mary Lindsay Welch Honors Hall
Lycoming’s second annual musical cabaret, Any Dream Will Do, will feature an evening filled with music from Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dream Coat, Sunday in the Park with George, Cats, and many more. Join us for a fun filled performance full of dreams, reality, and plain old fun.
Valentine's Day Harp Concert
Thursday, Feb. 14, 7:30 p.m.
Community Arts Center
Harpist Anne Sullivan, in collaboration with local guest artists, brings the magical sound of the harp to this special program featuring love songs from stage and screen, including music of Phantom of the Opera and West Side Story. Add in some heat of Latin tango music and the passionate melodies of star-crossed lovers and your evening will be truly memorable.
Tickets: $15/ Student $5
The Drowning Girls
Feb. 20 - 23
Mary L. Welch Theatre
Bessie, Alice, and Margaret have two things in common: they are married to George Joseph Smith, and they are dead. Surfacing from the bathtubs they were drowned in, the three breathless brides gather evidence against their womanizing, murderous husband by reliving the shocking events leading up to their deaths. Reflecting on the misconceptions of love, married life, and the not-so-happily ever after, The Drowning Girls is both a breathtaking fantasia and a social critique, full of rich images, a myriad of characters, and lyrical language. By Beth Graham, Daniela Vlaskalic, and Charlie Tomlinson; directed by C. Austin Hill.
Adult language and situations. Recommended for mature audiences.
Paul Fabozzi: Place | Translation | Variation
Jan. 25 - Feb. 23
Lycoming College Art Gallery, 25 W. Fourth St., Williamsport
"I find myself inside places designed for worship, entertainment, material consumption, contemplation, transportation, and governance. The paintings and drawings in this exhibition are a tactile and visual record of my intuitive reckoning with these spaces—offering an opportunity to reflect on the ways in which bodily experience is overlaid at every turn with informational and mental pulsations." -- Paul Fabozzi