Through a Glass, Darkly

Photo: Michael Wilson

Peter Lukesh ’05 and Adam Spaugh ’05 (right) are the Samurai warrior and the bandit in Rashomon.

Rashomon is a fable for our time. Written in 1915 by Ryunosuke Akutagawa (1892-1927), it presents a brutal crime (robbery, rape, and murder) from three viewpoints: that of the violated wife, the bold bandit, and the slain husband, a Samurai warrior who speaks through a medium. Who is telling the truth? All—and none. Moravian presents this powerful drama as the first production of its theater season. Performances are at 8:00 p.m. Thursday-Saturday, November 4-6, and 2:00 p.m. Sunday, November 7. Tickets are $13, $9 students. Ext. 1489.

October 26, 2004

A Certain Candidate:
Classics professor Jim Tyler writes a political satire.

Key Deco:
A Steinway Art Deco piano is in residence at Moravian and welcomes players.
Two for the Seesaw:
Tucker and Begala from CNN's "Crossfire" debate the presidential campaign tonight at Moravian.
InCommon's publishing schedule for the rest of 2004..
Party Animal:
Patrick St. John '05 runs for State Assembly.

Campus calendar.

Through a Glass, Darkly:
Moravian theater produces "Rashomon.".
Faculty, staff, student achievements.
Accounting Club students walk to benefit diabetes research.

Vice President Report (PDF)
An update on the Career Center from Bev Kochard.