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Penn State DuBois Announces Performing Arts Schedule for Fall

8/12/2010 —

  • Thurs, Sept 23 – Alina Fernandez, Daughter of Fidel Castro. 7:00 p.m.,  Hiller Auditorium
    • Alina Fernandez is the exiled daughter of Cuban dictator Fidel Castro. Growing up, she recognized her position as one of Cuba's elite, but the political practices she witnessed under her father's regime and the neglect she experienced drove her to renounce that position and, ultimately, her relationship with her father as well. 
  • Mon, Oct 25 – Nesse Godin, Surviving the Holocaust. 7:00 p.m.,  Hiller Auditorium
    • Nesse Godin was 13 years old when the Nazis invaded her home. Shortly after the Nazi takeover, she was interned in the Shauliai Ghetto. During the war she survived the Stutthof Concentration Camp, four labor camps and a death march before liberation in 1945.
  • Wed, Nov 3 – Belly Twins.  7:00 p.m.,  Hiller Auditorium
    Featuring dances of the Middle East and India
  • Mon, Dec 6 - Christmas Around the World 7:00 p.m.,  Hiller Auditorium
    • Featuring Dr. Paul Fehrenbach and the Penn State DuBois Choir. The show will be focused around Christmas around the world. Holiday songs from different countries and cultures.

 All Performing Arts events are free and open to the public.  For more information, contact Student Life Coordinator Marly Doty at (814) 375-4764, or mag374@psu.edu

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