The International Students' Association at Abilene Christian University will introduce both ACU students and the Abilene community to many different cultures Nov. 17-18 at 7:50 p.m. in Cullen Auditorium. This year's culture show is called "Ethnos: Twilight," and features approximately 70 student performers, said Rolando Gutierrez, show producer and junior interdisciplinary major from Mexico.
"We are the largest student production on campus dedicated to awakening the student body and the Abilene community to different cultures," said Gutierrez. "We would like the whole community to be involved by attending the show and supporting us in our message of unity among races."
Audience members can expect to see students from across the globe performing in group and solo acts, including a Polynesian sword dance, an Asian fan dance and students singing in their native languages, all intertwined to tell one cohesive story, said Gutierrez.
Tickets go on sale Nov. 13 at the McGlothlin Campus Center, and can be purchased at the box office before each performance. Advance tickets are $4, and $5 at the door. The show is open to the public.
For ticket information contact Rolando Gutierrez at 325-320-9333 (email@example.com) or Mary Tan at 325-320-5175 (firstname.lastname@example.org).