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Cal Performances' 2016/17 season provides compelling opportunities to explore Berkeley RADICAL themes of Inclusion, Immersion, and Innovation. We invite you to engage with the world's most innovative artists; immerse yourself in the intricacies of a single event or a body of work; and engage with passionately realized performances built around stories of our common humanity.

Unless otherwise noted, public programs are free and open to the public. Follow the links to scheduled events, and remember to check back for added events and registration throughout the season.

CALENDAR OF PUBLIC EVENTS

Expand your experience by taking part in campus, community and audience engagement events around the events on our season, many of which are free and open to the public. Enhance your experience by taking part in pre- and post-performance discussions, symposia, colloquiums, Cal Performances new Page & Stage book club, and much more.

BERKELEY RADICAL—INCLUSION
Embrace diversity through the idea that, in the arts, no one is a stranger, no one is a foreigner. Two remarkable programs this fall tell stories from across oceans and genres, exploring diverse worlds through distinct artistic disciplines.
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BERKELEY RADICAL—IMMERSION
Dive deeply into a single genre or follow the trajectory of an artist's work, and allow new perspectives to emerge.
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BERKELEY RADICAL—INNOVATION
Follow a group of artistic trailblazers, some celebrating key milestones, who continually ask us to perceive, to think, and to understand in new ways.
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Thu, May 11
6pm
Page & Stage Book Club
Consider the artistic choices involved in translating a literary work into the language of ballet. Dance dramaturg Carrie Gaiser Casey and theater dramaturg Michael Paller (ACT) discuss Tennessee Williams’ A Streetcar Named Desire, now brought to the dance stage by the Scottish Ballet, choreographer Annabelle Lopez Ochoa, and director Nancy Meckler.
The Musical Offering (2430 Bancroft, Berkeley) Learn More 〉〉
  $5 (includes one free-non-alcoholic drink); tickets available in advance (recommended) or at the door

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Fri, June 16
7pm
Pre-performance Talk
With Ojai at Berkeley music director Vijay Iyer, composer George Lewis, and Cal Performances executive and artistic director Matías Tarnopolsky.
Zellerbach Playhouse Learn More 〉〉
  Free to ticket holders

Sat, June 17
7pm
Pre-performance Talk
Vijay Iyer and Matías Tarnopolsky provide insights into this evening's "Stravinsky and Iyer" concert.
Zellerbach Hall Learn More 〉〉
  Free to ticket holders