The Buzz

Friday and Saturday, October 1 and 2

The Most Fablous Story Ever Told is about to be acted out by Eldred Theatre Department and directed by Paul Rudnick. The play is an epic retelling of the story of creation with an ensemble of characters not found in the original besides Adam and Eve. The comedy centers on political incorrectness, topical LGBT issues, and pure hilarity. There will also be an IMPROVment show directly following the play for free in the Blackbox.

Location: Eldred Theatre.

Time: 8 p.m.

Cost: $5 with Case ID.


Sunday, October 3

Also part of Humanities Week, The Baker-Nord Center is bringing back Poetry in the Garden. This year’s visiting poet is Michael Dumanis, a Russian poet that grew up in the Soviet Union. Joining him will be poets Ilya Kaminsky from San Diego State University, Phil Metres from John Carroll, Kazim Ali from Oberlin College, and Erika Meitner from Virginia Tech.

Location: Cleveland Botanical Gardens.

Time: Noon to 4 p.m.

Cost: Free .


Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, October 4 to 6

Humanities Week 2010 kicks off with a celebration of films all about globalism brought to you by the fabulous film professor, Robert Spadoni. On Monday come see The Host a movie from South Korea, Tuesday Darwin’s Nightmare is playing, and the finale will be Bamako a film from Mali.

Location: Cleveland Cinematheque, 11141 East Blvd.

Time: 7 p.m.

Cost: $6 with Case or CIA ID.