A Pugh Wellness Week Pugh Community Coffee on mental health, wellness, and dealing with chronic pain and illness on Colby’s campus.


This will be a Pugh Community Coffee on Mental Health and Wellness specifically as they relate to chronic pain and illness and how to survive/thrive while at Colby.


An adaptation created by Visiting Assistant Professor of Theater and Dance Toby Bercovici based on William Shakespeare’s The Taming of the Shrew. The story of Katherina Minola, a fiercely independent young woman held in captivity by her father and then sold into marriage to the highest bidder. Her husband Petruchio recognizes her brilliance, and, in his words, the “two raging fires meet together [and] consume the thing that feeds their fury.” Shakespeare’s passionate love story and searing critique of gender roles are turned here into a fresh and politically relevant musical adaptation. Free tickets are available here.


An adaptation created by Visiting Assistant Professor of Theater and Dance Toby Bercovici based on William Shakespeare’s The Taming of the Shrew. The story of Katherina Minola, a fiercely independent young woman held in captivity by her father and then sold into marriage to the highest bidder. Her husband Petruchio recognizes her brilliance, and, in his words, the “two raging fires meet together [and] consume the thing that feeds their fury.” Shakespeare’s passionate love story and searing critique of gender roles are turned here into a fresh and politically relevant musical adaptation. Free tickets are available here.


An adaptation created by Visiting Assistant Professor of Theater and Dance Toby Bercovici based on William Shakespeare’s The Taming of the Shrew. The story of Katherina Minola, a fiercely independent young woman held in captivity by her father and then sold into marriage to the highest bidder. Her husband Petruchio recognizes her brilliance, and, in his words, the “two raging fires meet together [and] consume the thing that feeds their fury.” Shakespeare’s passionate love story and searing critique of gender roles are turned here into a fresh and politically relevant musical adaptation. Free tickets are available here.


Join Lunder Curator for Whistler Studies Justin McCann as he turns the double elephant-sized pages of the Bien Edition of John James Audubon’s Birds of America.

Contact: Colby Museum of Art, museum@colby.edu, 207-859-5600


Join Lunder Curator for Whistler Studies Justin McCann as he turns the double elephant-sized pages of the Bien Edition of John James Audubon’s Birds of America.

Contact: Colby Museum of Art, museum@colby.edu, 207-859-5600