Every year at the International Congress on Medieval Studies, the Tolkien at Kalamazoo group sponsors a reader’s theatre event and a musical entertainment. This year’s Tolkien Unbound session will take place off campus. If you’re going to Kalamazoo, here is the event information from organizer Brad Eden:
SATURDAY, MAY 14, 2-5 P.M.
CONNABLE RECITAL HALL, FINE ARTS BUILDING
(5 minutes from Bernhard Hall)
Reader’s Theatre performance of
Maidens of Middle-earth VI: Mothers of the Half-Elven
New Song Cycle by Eileen Marie Moore
Lúthien’s Lullaby (poem by Jane Ellen Louise Beal)
Idril Celebrindal (poem by Eileen Marie Moore)
Lost (poem by Anne Reaves)(story of Mithrellas, the Silvan elf-maid)
Elwing in Travail (poem by Candace Benefiel)
Celebrían–Moon’s Daughter (poem by James Vitullo)
Arwen Undomiel (poem by Edward L. Risden)
Directions from Bernhard Hall
1) follow W. Michigan Ave and take left onto Monroe St.
2) follow Monroe St. and take right onto Academy St.
3) follow Academy St. and take left onto Thompson St.
4) Connable Recital Hall, Fine Arts Building, Kalamazoo College is at the corner of Academy and Thompson Sts.
For a Google Map of this route, go to https://goo.gl/maps/ehDXRgd4qHK2
Car rides will also be available from 1:15-1:45 from Bernhard Hall, and back again after the performance. Rides will be arranged at the Tolkien at Kalamazoo business meeting on Saturday, May 14, noon, Bernhard 212.