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Love's Labor's Won
Nov. 16 - Nov. 18
Philip Chosky Theater,
Purnell Center for the Arts
Tickets : drama.cmu.edu

This weekend, catch this story of love and war, with twists and turns aplenty. Love’s Labor’s Won promises to be a whirlwind, bringing enduring love stories into the scope of the international conflict. This play was written and directed by Scott Kaiser, and will also be running Nov. 28–Dec. 2.

Lecture Series: Trey Trahan - "Fragmenting Ecologies"
Monday, Nov. 13
5–6:30 p.m.
Kresge Theater, College of Fine Arts
More info: soa.cmu.edu

CEO of Trahan Architects, Victor F. “Trey” Trahan will be speaking about his work in the realms of property conservation in Corcovado National Park. Sustainability is a mission close to Trey’s heart, and the award-winning architect is bringing his perspectives on speciation due to the fragmentation of ecologies into an intriguing lecture.

Carnegie Mellon Chamber Series: “Wonderful Winds”
Thursday, Nov. 16
7:30–9:30 p.m.
Kresge Theater, College of Fine Arts
Tickets: eventbrite.com

This Thursday’s installment of the Chamber Series will including Mozart’s “Piano Quintet in E-Flat Major, K.452”, Galbraith’s ”Rhythms and Rituals” for Piano and Woodwind Quintet, and Poulenc’s “Sextet for Piano and Woodwind Quintet, op.100” in its repertoire. Admission is free, but tickets are required, so be sure to book yours soon!

Light Up Night
Friday, Nov. 17
11:30 a.m.–7:00 p.m.
More info: downtownpittsburghholidays.com

Head downtown this weekend to see Pittsburgh light up for the holiday season. This week's festivities will, as usual, include the lighting of the Christmas tree downtown, fireworks, and plenty of other entertainment for all ages. Check out the website for a full list of locations and events.

Compōs-it Opera
Friday, Nov. 17
10–11:30 p.m.
Studio Theater
Cohon University Center
More info: docs.google.com

Check out two original opera works written by students this Friday night. The operas, titled Bowl of Small Hands and Suburban Mompera, written by seniors Russell H. Holbert and Joshua Brown, will be performed by students for students. Don’t miss out on this one night only premiere of some exciting work.