Join Us for Bicentennial Events in October!

Registration is now open for two Bicentennial events coming up in October!

On Saturday, October 16, the Gonzaga Dramatic Association is excited to stage a Bicentennial Show. Stars across five decades from the stage and screen, and from New York to LA, are coming back to gather on the Warman Stage in the Sheehy Theater to honor all the ways in which Gonzaga has contributed to the performing arts -- both on Eye Street and beyond.  Never before has an array of talent like this been gathered on the stage for one night: singers like David Wannen '96, Katie Costabile Katinas, and Carl Sumter '79 as well as actors like Demetrius Grosse '99, Orlagh Cassidy, and John Prosky '81. There will be reunion performances from members of Irish band Shannon Tide and the cast of Newsies; a history of WZAG and the people that were there from the early days to today; stories from behind the curtain of what went on backstage during GDA productions; and tales of Gonzaga legends like Doc Warman, Chris Flannery, Bro. Jon King and Michael Bobbitt '90. There will also be performances by the current Choir, Symphonic Band, and more. 

Click here and use the code G200 to reserve up to four complimentary tickets to the show!!! 

The fun continues the next day with our Bicentennial Mass and Block Party on Sunday, October 17 -- an event the whole family will enjoy! The day will begin with Mass in St. Al’s at 10, and will be followed by a picnic lunch and fun activities set up all over campus -- from inflatable obstacle courses, corn hole, spike ball, and face painting on Buchanan Field to pumpkin painting in the courtyard and fun competitions staffed by current Gonzaga athletes and coaches in the Carmody Center. A film about Gonzaga's history will air in Sheehy Theater at 11:30 AM and we'll set up TV's that are tuned to the day's NFL games.  Click here to buy tickets (children 12 and under are free). 

We can't wait to see you on Eye Street at these events -- please plan to join us and spread the word to friends and family! 
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