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ISSUE 120 VOL 15 PUBLISHED 3/16/2007

Arts and Entertainment

Experiencing 'Metamorphosis'

The forms move: They writhe, squeak, spin, stutter and pull you into their world of nature and industry. On varying combinations of wood, paper and aluminum, they take shape with oil paint, black and white block prints and drawn figures in graphite. Their environments grow from the mind of New York artist Sandy Winters, whose exhibition "Metamorphosis" is on display in Flaten Art Museum from March 3 to April 5.

No need for West End

The cast of the annual Latin play performed Plautus' "Menaechmi" for a full house the evenings of March 9 and March 10. Students and faculty packed into Christiansen 233 to enjoy an hour and 20 minutes of sing-a-longs, mistaken identity and unmitigated silliness.

International Night entertains: Students celebrate multicultural forms of dance, music, art

“Bienvenidos.” “Velkomen.” “Welcome.” To kick off the 41st annual International Night on March 10, 22 students wearing traditional dress and bearing flags processed one by one onto the Pause stage to name the country they represented and welcome the audience.

Brilliant 'Maids' cast explores taboo themes

From March 7 to March 11, St. Olaf was treated to a production of Jean Genet's "The Maids" in Haugen Theatre.

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