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This weekend at Carthage: ‘Shift,’ ‘Spider-Man: Far from Home,’ men’s basketball tournament, and much more!


The Bridge Editor

November 20, 2019

Here’s a look at what’s happening on campus this weekend. For a full list of Carthage events, check out the online calendar at

All Weekend

Carthage Theatre presents the Fall 2019 dance production “Shift,” with performances Nov. 22-...

Fall Dance Show: “Shift”
7:30 p.m. Nov. 22-23 and 3 p.m. Nov. 24, Wartburg Theatre
Directed by Professor Stacy Pottinger, the annual fall dance production provides opportunities for Carthage dancers to embody new dance works created for them by guest artists, alongside works that have been re-staged and given new life and new insights by Carthage performers. Learn more

Friday, Nov. 22

Men’s Basketball vs. Finlandia University — Honda of Kenosha Classic
7 p.m., Tarble Arena

CAB November Movie: “Spider-Man: Far from Home”
8 p.m., Campbell Student Union Auditorium
Come out on Friday night to see the Carthage Activities Board’s movie choice for this month: “Spider-Man: Far from Home.” Learn more

Saturday, Nov. 23


Men’s and Women’s Swimming and Diving 
Noon, Koenitzer Aquatic Center

The Music Department presents: “Handel Your Liquor”
2 p.m., Recital Hall
The main portion of the program will consist of two excerpts from Donizetti’s comic opera “The Elixir of Love,” which follows a plot based on a fake love potion. The theme in these excerpts is what inspired the topic of the recital. The famous drinking song from Verdi’s “La Traviata” will also be sung in the show. Learn more

Honda of Kenosha Classic: Consolation Game
1 p.m., Tarble Arena

Honda of Kenosha Classic: Championship Game
3 p.m., Tarble Arena

Sunday, Nov. 24

The Theatre Department will hold an open audition for its spring dance concert, “Away From The ...

Student Dance Concert Auditions: “Away from the Mirror”
7-8:30 p.m., TARC 2235
The Theatre Department will hold an open audition for its student dance concert. The concert will feature a variety of styles including contemporary, tap, hip-hop, and jazz works that are created by Carthage’s own emerging choreographers. Learn more