Wire Watch: Week of February 2nd

Eric Anderson, A&E Editor

“‘The Public Thing’ Goes Public” Lecture: Professor Sarah Davies, of Whitman, will present on the “image” of Rome in the second century that helped forge an empire. To be held 6:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. on Feb. 2, in Olin Hall 129. Free admission.

“The Producers”: The Mel Brooks comedy will continue showing at the Little Theatre through this weekend (and the next). Tickets 15 dollars; shows at 7:30 p.m. Feb. 3 and 4th, 2:00 p.m. Feb. 5.

“Adventures of Alice”: The Walla Walla Dance Company will present this “Alice in Wonderland” inspired dance show at Cordiner Hall. Tickets will be available for 20 dollars at Earthlight Books, and can also be purchased at the door for 15 dollars.

“Honey, We Shrunk the Earth!” Lecture: The Department of Environmental Studies presents Donald Worster, who will present on “how abundance has turned to scarcity in the United States” and its global implications. To be held on Feb. 8 in Olin Hall 138. Free admission.

One-Act Play Contest: The annual competition of student-written, student-directed and student-run plays will commence on Feb. 8 at Harper Joy Theatre. Free for Whitman students.