This Week At UBC – September 2nd – September 8th, 2012
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Ubu Roi, Alfred Jarry’s 1896 avant-garde play about greed and the abuse of power, was outlawed for its scandalous language, violence and disrespect for authority. It’s a hilarious play unlike anything you’ve seen.
March is a BUSY month at UBC. Here’s a look at some of the things happening this, including MURC, Storm the Wall, International Women’s Day, and slam poet Shane Koyczan performing at the Telus Studio.
UBCevents went behind the scenes to talk to students participating in the annual Players Club Festival Dionysia at the Dorothy Somerset Studio.