Special Events Series
No season at DeBaun Center would be complete without an eclectic mix of Special Events, from ethnic shows to community sing-alongs.
Songs and Dances from Distant Lands
Wednesday, November 28, 2012 at 6 p.m.
Dr. Aysegul Durakoglu and Musica Mundana present an evening of Azerbaijani, Greek and Sephardic songs in concert, featuring many well-known composers.
For more information about the performers and the concert, click here.
Messiah Sing Concert
Sunday, December 9, 2012 at 7 p.m.
For the fifth year, St. Matthew Trinity Lutheran Church and DeBaun Center invite audiences to enjoy the delights of the season by becoming the chorus for Handel's "Messiah", featuring the Stevens Choir. Come along to sing or listen!
Performance will be at St. Matthew Trinity Lutheran Church, corner of 8th and Hudson Sts., Hoboken.
Free admission, but donations will be collected to help support the church's Lunchtime Ministry
V-Day Reading of The Vagina Monologues
Thursday, February 28, 2013 at 9 p.m.
As part of the V-Day global movement to stop violence against women and girls, Stevens' Humanities and Social Sciences Program of the College of Arts & Letters, in cooperation with DeBaun Center, will present the 13th annual reading of Eve Ensler's The Vagina Monologues.
Tickets: $5 general admission, available at the door
ashes, ashes: A poet responds to the Holocaust
Wednesday, April 4, 2013 at 2 p.m.
Location: Kidde Lecture Hall
DeBaun Center for Performing Arts and Women’s Programs have teamed up to bring spoken word artist Susanna Rich to Stevens, presenting her ashes, ashes program for Holocaust Memorial Day 2013.
Since portraying Anne Frank in her Pope Pius XII High School senior class play, Susanna Rich has been committed to promoting interfaith understanding and world peace. In ashes, ashes, she embodies and enacts the testimonies of Holocaust victims, survivors, and liberators. Weaving the past with the present; poetry with art, music, and stagecraft; this production is remembrance and hope—a vigil for as well as a celebration of human dignity and love.
After the program, Susanna will work with students on creating their own point-of-view poetry.
To download a copy of the flyer, click here.