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Dear Quick Center Patron,

As an integral part of the campus community, the Quick has been working closely with Fairfield University officials to monitor the evolving COVID-19 (coronavirus) situation, and to adapt our preparedness plan accordingly.

Out of an abundance of caution and respect for our patrons, performers, and staff, performances scheduled to take place between today and March 29, 2020 at the Regina A. Quick Center for the Arts have been canceled.

If you currently hold tickets to this performance, please contact the Quick Box Office at (203) 254-4010 or by email at boxoffice@quickcenter.com:

You will be offered the following options as a ticket holder:

  • You may exchange your current ticket(s) for ticket(s) to a future Quick Center event taking place this season, free of charge.
  • You may donate your ticket back to the Quick Center, if the ticket was purchased after January 1, 2020.
  • You may request a refund.

To take action, please contact the Quick Center Box Office at 203-254-4010 or by email at boxoffice@quickcenter.com. Thank you for your understanding and your support of this ongoing effort to keep our community healthy and safe.

Be well,

Peter Van Heerden
Executive Director
Regina A. Quick Center for the Arts

Conversations in Global Humanities

A collaboration between the Humanities Institute in the College of Arts & Sciences and the Regina A. Quick Center for the Arts

Join us after the 5 p.m. Panel Discussion, for conversation and pizza sponsored by Colony Grill.
RSVP to boxoffice@quickcenter.com to reserve seat.

The Panel Discussion Will Feature:

  • Sally O’Driscoll, Professor of English
  • Brian Walker, Professor of Biology
  • Jennifer Adair, Associate Professor of History
  • Cast members of Tom na Fazenda

The story follows Tom, who makes his way to a rural community in Brazil for the funeral of his lover. There he discovers that the mother knows nothing about him or about her dead son’s love life, and that a brother knows everything but suppresses the truth with astounding violence. On the farm, lying is the foremost condition for survival.

The stirring production comes at a time when Brazil holds the highest LGBTQ+ murder rate in the world.

The production is both simple and powerful, cohesive, carnal. It highlights the fundamental narrative of homophobia and love, desire and violence, truth and lies…


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