Tuesday 4-6 p.m. Dance Workshop by contemporary modern dance choreographers Terry Freach and Vincente Silva. Free. Lasell Dance Studio
Tuesday 8 p.m. Gaudino Forum
“Why I Hate Astrologers but Respect Fundamentalists,” by Thomas Garrity, associate professor of mathematics. Living Room. Goodrich
Wednesday 8 p.m. Dance Performance “Body Politic,” a new work reflecting on the Mexican-American political relationship through dance featuring Creach/Company from the United States and Tiempo de Bailar from Mexico. Admission $2; $1 with Williams ID and for children. Lasell Studio.
Thursday 8 p.m. Lecture “Old Stones in New St. Peters,” by Dale Kinney, professor, Medieval Art, Bryn Mawr College. Room 231. Lawrence Hall
Thursday 8 p.m. Fiction Reading
Robert Stone, author, will read from his fiction. Stone is author of Bear and His Daughter, Outerbridge Reach,
A Hall of Mirrors, Damascus Gate,
and Dog Soldiers. Question and answer session to follow. Brooks-Rogers
Friday 7 p.m. Film “Gold Rush”
(1925, NR) starring Charlie Chaplin, Mark Swain, and Tom Murray. Directed by Charlie Chaplin. BronfmanAuditorium.
Friday 7 p.m. Cap & Bells Production “Two Chairs and a Box,” a series of short scenes by six directors. Free; seating is limited. Studio Theater, Adams Memorial Theater.
Friday 8 p.m Williams Chamber Players with Doris Stevenson, piano; Timothy Baker, violin; Nathaniel Parke, cello; Susan St. Amour, viola; and Carl Jenkins, oboe. The program will include Britten’s Phantasy Quartet for Oboe and Strings, Mozart’s Piano Quartet in E-flat Major, Brahm’s Piano Trio in C Minor, and Karl Korte’s Fantasy for Violin and Piano. Free. Brooks Rogers
Friday 8 p.m. Film “Shakespeare in Love,” (1998, R) starring Gwyneth Paltrow and Joseph Fiennes. Directed by John Madden. Bronfman Auditorium.
Saturday 2 p.m Gallery Talk Graduate students Jennifer Greenhill and Catherine Steward will give public tours of the exhibition “Winslow Homer: Works on Paper.” Free. Clark Art Institute.
Saturday 2 & 7 p.m Cap & Bells “Two Chairs and a Box” (see above)
Saturday 7 p.m. Film “Shakespeare in Love,” (1998, R) (see above)
Saturday 9 p.m. Film “Gold Rush”
(1925, NR) (see above)
Sunday 3 p.m. Griffin Hall Concert at the Clark featuring Victor Hill, harpsichord. The program will include J.S Bach’s Capriccio on the Departure of His Beloved Brother, Rameau’s Suite in A Minor (1728) and works of Louis Couperin and J.C Bach. Clark Art Institute.