Spring 2023 Audition Results!!

January 14th, 2023

Hey PAC pals, thanks for all the hard work at auditions today. Check the results tab to check and see which dances you have been placed in!

Fall 2022 Audition Results!

August 27th, 2022

Hey PAC pals, thanks for bringing the energy at auditions today. Check the results tab to check and see which dances you have been placed in!

Spring 2022 Auditions Results!

January 22nd, 2022

Hey PAC pals! Thank you for bringing the enthusiasm and energy to auditions today! We are so excited to start rehearsing! Check the results tab to see the results from auditions!

Big Show Dates Fall 2021!

October 24th, 2021

Hello friends! We are only a few weeks away from Big Show! Just a reminder that Big Show is November 20th at 7:30pm and November 21st at 2pm. Click the calendar tab on the side for more dates!

Fall 2021 Audition Results

August 30th, 2021

Hey PAC pals! Thank you for bringing the enthusiasm and energy to auditions last Saturday! We are excited to finally be dancing in the studios again. Check the results tab to see the results from auditions!

Save the Date! Virtual Show Premier May 1st!

March 3rd, 2021

Spring 2020 Audition Results!

January 20th, 2020

Welcome back, everyone! It was wonderful to see so many new and familiar faces today at our Big Show auditions. Thank you for your energy and enthusiasm! Check the rehearsals tab for the results from today’s auditions!

Fall 2019 Audition Results!

September 1st, 2019

Welcome back, everyone! It was wonderful to see so many new and familiar faces today at our Big Show auditions. Thank you for your energy and enthusiasm! Check the rehearsals tab for the results from today’s auditions!

Week of April 22nd Events

April 22nd, 2019

** Tuesday, 23rd
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Spud Bowls Luncheon
Lunch Time | Top of the UC, University Center
Fuel up to study for exams with a potato bowl at lunch from Tuesday to Thursday, featuring bacon, cheese, and more!

Earth Day Celebration (https://www.facebook.com/events/2363650827240869/)
2 PM – 4 PM | Ball Circle
Mary Washington will be hosting the Earth Day Celebration to share a message of stewardship of the earth to the UMW and Fredericksburg community! We will have vendors, UMW, and FXBG Organizations, and a tree planting to celebrate Arbor Day!

Therapeutic Horseback Riding
4:45 PM – 8 PM | Hazelwild Farm
Hazelwild Farm’s Therapeutic Riding Program offers specialized horseback riding lessons for all ages of riders with a wide range of physical, cognitive & emotional disabilities. The lessons serve therapeutic purposes by increasing stability, flexibility, strength, motor skills, cognitive ability & confidence for the riders, along with providing many other physical & emotional benefits.

Contact coar.therapeutic@gmail.com for more info!

Passover Seder (https://www.facebook.com/events/2210706958968112/)
6 PM | Chandler Ballroom, University Center
This live variety show is the final production of “Are We Live?”, a weekly live stream put on by University of Mary Washington students.

Are We Live? Final Big Show (https://www.facebook.com/events/2293120717398325/)
8 PM | Digital Auditorium, Hurley Convergence Center
Join the Digital Media Studio class for their final production of “Are We Live?”, a weekly live stream featuring skits, stories, parodies, games, challenges, and more! This final big show will be filmed in front of a live audience in UMW’s Digital Auditorium, allowing viewers to get a behind-the-scenes look at the production while also enjoying the variety show content.

The live stream can also be viewed on our channel! (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G1xI1-RwFOU)

Bingo
8 PM | The Underground
Come on out and play Bingo with CPB! We give out fun prizes for every round so grab some friends and see if you’ll be lucky!

Get there early so you can grab a seat!

** Wednesday, 24th
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Spud Bowls Luncheon
Lunch Time | Top of the UC, University Center
Fuel up to study for exams with a potato bowl at lunch from Tuesday to Thursday, featuring bacon, cheese, and more!

Stone Steakhouse

Wednesday, April 10th @ 5 PM | Top of the UC, University Center
Join UMW Dining at the Top of the U.C. for a steak night dinner for only a meal +$5. Includes NY Strip Steaks cooked to order, as well as signature side dishes, and access to all our buffets.

Service starts at 5 p.m., while supplies last!

Symfonics 2019 Spring Concert
7:30 PM | Dodd Auditorium, George Washington Hall
Symfonics a cappella will be having their annual spring concert on Wednesday, April 24th at 7:30 pm in Dodd Auditorium! A wide variety of music will be performed, including songs by Michael Jackson, Rihanna, John Mayer, and Imagine Dragons.

We look forward to seeing you there!

** Thursday, 25th
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Spud Bowls Luncheon
Lunch Time | Top of the UC, University Center
Fuel up to study for exams with a potato bowl at lunch from Tuesday to Thursday, featuring bacon, cheese, and more!

Devil Goat Day 2019 (https://www.facebook.com/events/419768241925213/)
3 PM – 6 PM | Ball Circle
Devil Goat Day has finally arrived! Come to Ball Circle on April 25th to grab a t-shirt, eat some free food, play games, enjoy inflatables, and compete to bring victory to either the Devils or the Goats!

Student Philanthropy @ Devil Goat Day
3 PM – 6 PM | Ball Circle, by Lee Hall
We hope you will stop by our UMW Student Philanthropy table on Devil Goat Day! You can grab cool swag, make a gift and help boost your class total.

The class with the most gifts on Devil Goat Day will earn an extra 50 points!

** Friday, 26th
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Class of 2019 Happy Hour and Grad Cap Decorating Party (https://www.facebook.com/events/724757907926729/)
4 PM – 6 PM | The Underground, Lee Hall
There will be a cash bar with assorted beer and wine, as well as free appetizers and materials to decorate your grad cap.

Holi: Festival of Colors (https://www.facebook.com/events/2298672170410637/)
4 PM | Ball Circle
Come join the Intercultural Living Learning Community (Framar House) for a FREE celebration of Holi! A South Asian festival celebrating the arrival of spring, positivity, and an inclusive community.

We will celebrate this amazing season with beautiful colors, water blasters, refreshing chai, and having an amazing time! This event is COMPLETELY FREE and open to UMW and the Fredericksburg community.

There will be music, a performance by Eagle Bhangra, funnel cake, plenty of colors to throw, and more!

Kickball Tournament
9 PM – 11:30 PM | Ball Circle & Colonnade Room 315, University Center
What better way is there to finish the last day of classes then by winning some Chick-fil-a? Come out to Ball Circle at 9 pm for a kickball tournament and play for a chance to win Chick-fil-A!

Stick around afterward to cool off with an ice cream social in the Colonnade Room!

Week of: April 15th Events

April 15th, 2019

Monday, 15th

DMV Connect
10 AM – 3 PM | Colonnade Room 315, University Centers
Staff from the DMV will be coming to campus for DMV Connect to give students and staff the opportunity to conduct DMV business right there on campus!

Services provided include driver’s licenses, ID cards, address changes, vehicle registration, and more!

Dilcia Molina Sanchez: SAAM Keynote Speaker
6 PM | Chandler Ballroom, University Center
She came to the US under political asylum while her family was tortured by the paramilitary group because of her role defending human rights abuses against the LGBTQ community and fighting to prevent human trafficking and commercial sexual exploitation of minors in Central America. That was the beginning of her work at La Clinica del Pueblo (The People’s Clinic) in D.C. and Empowerhouse in VA, where she is currently working, and it is also a safe space and sanctuary that has contributed to her process of resilience.

Light refreshments will be served. Sponsored by Center for Prevention & Education, Latino Student Association, PRISM, and Safe Zone

Tuesday, 16th

April Blood Drive
12 PM – 6 PM | Digital Auditorium, Hurley Convergence Center
Come out for the last blood drive of the year! For our April blood drive, we are cosponsoring with UMW’s Women’s Rugby from 12-6 pm in the HCC Digital Auditorium on April 16.

If you or a friend would like to donate blood that day, find an appointment at redcrossblood.org/give, zip code 22401.

“They Called Me Crazy”: The Mad Scientist Trope and Pushing the Boundaries of Knowledge
3:30 PM – 4:45 PM | Room 204, Trinkle Hall
One of twelve lectures in the series “Madness.” Leanna Giancarlo (Chemistry)

Therapeutic Horseback Riding
4:45 PM – 8 PM | Hazelwild Farm
Hazelwild Farm’s Therapeutic Riding Program offers specialized horseback riding lessons for all ages of riders with a wide range of physical, cognitive & emotional disabilities. The lessons serve therapeutic purposes by increasing stability, flexibility, strength, motor skills, cognitive ability & confidence for the riders, along with providing many other physical & emotional benefits.

Contact coar.therapeutic@gmail.com for more info!

Bingo
8 PM | The Underground, Lee Hall
Come on out and play Bingo with CPB! We give out fun prizes for every round so grab some friends and see if you’ll be lucky!

Get there early so you can grab a seat!

Wednesday, 17th

2A Day
4 PM – 7 PM | Digital Auditorium, Hurley Convergence Center
Welcome to the second annual 2A Day hosted by The Firearms Club of UMW. 2A Day is a day dedicated to the promotion of the second amendment, including lectures from guest speakers, raffles, Q&A, and more! Each talk will last roughly 30 minutes, with 15-minute breaks in between speakers. The schedule is as follows:

  • 4:00 PM: Nationally acclaimed firearms training counselor and NRA Range Assistant Manager Debbie Crews will discuss practical firearms safety. (To learn more about the NRA Range: https://nrahqrange.nra.org/)
  • 4:45 PM: Museum professional, historian, UMW 2010 Alum, and High Caliber History founder Logan Metesh will discuss the History of Firearms in Fredericksburg, Virginia. (To learn more about High Caliber History: https://www.highcaliberhistory.com/)
  • 5:30 PM: Operation Blazing Sword founder and head of Pink Pistols, Erin Palette will discuss gun rights as civil rights. (To learn more about Operation Blazing Sword: http://www.blazingsword.org/ and to learn more about Pink Pistols: http://www.pinkpistols.org/)

Unable to attend? No worries, this event will be live streamed on Youtube! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Nkksv9UMzOw

To learn more about the Firearms Club of UMW, please visit us on Facebook! https://www.facebook.com/thefirearmsclubofumw/

70s Karaoke
7 PM | The Underground, Lee Hall
Join CPB in a fun Karaoke night! Come out and sing songs from the most iconic artists of the 70s!

Bring your friends and join us for an exciting night!

The Country Wife by William Wycherley
7:30 PM | Klein Theatre, DuPont Hall
Infamous schemer and lascivious playboy Harry Horner seems no longer a threat to the marriages of London as word of his impotence spreads throughout society. Having instigated the rumor himself, however, Horner mischievously embarks on a plan to seduce the wives and daughters of the city’s most influential businessmen knowing full well that nary a man in London would suspect his ribald intentions. When the sweet, innocent, and honest Margery Pinchwife becomes smitten with him, Horner’s charades take an unforeseen tumble. The Country Wife is the quintessential Restoration comedy laced with extraordinary wit, saucy innuendo, and bawdy intrigue.

Tickets available online at www.FredTix.com, over the phone at 540-654-1111 or in person at the Klein Theatre Box Office in duPont Hall, at the intersection of College Ave. and Thorton St. The Klein Theatre Box Office is open Mon. – Sat. 10 am – 5 pm and one hour before performances.

Thursday, 18th

3rd Annual Art Museum Studies Exhibition
5 PM – 7 PM | Hurley Convergence Center & Simpson Library Gallery
Join us for the 3rd Annual Art Museum Studies Exhibition curated by Marjorie Och and the students of ARTH 317: Laboratory in Museum Studies.

The opening reception is on April 18th from 5-7 pm in the UMW Convergence Center & Simpson Library gallery space.

2019 UMW Eagle Awards
6 PM – 8 PM | Chandler Ballroom, University Center
The University of Mary Washington Eagle Awards highlights students, student organizations, staff, and faculty who have provided leadership and contributed outstanding service through involvement in activities and organizations. The Eagle Awards are an opportunity for the University community to recognize those who have made extraordinary contributions to the campus and greater community.

The 2019 Eagle Awards ceremony will be held on Thursday, April 18, at 6:00 PM in the Chandler Ballroom, located on the first floor of the University Center.

Winners will be announced at the ceremony. The event will offer light hors d’oeurves and is free and open to all students, faculty, staff, friends, and family.

The Country Wife by William Wycherley
7:30 PM | Klein Theatre, DuPont Hall
Infamous schemer and lascivious playboy Harry Horner seems no longer a threat to the marriages of London as word of his impotence spreads throughout society. Having instigated the rumor himself, however, Horner mischievously embarks on a plan to seduce the wives and daughters of the city’s most influential businessmen knowing full well that nary a man in London would suspect his ribald intentions. When the sweet, innocent, and honest Margery Pinchwife becomes smitten with him, Horner’s charades take an unforeseen tumble. The Country Wife is the quintessential Restoration comedy laced with extraordinary wit, saucy innuendo, and bawdy intrigue.

Tickets available online at www.FredTix.com, over the phone at 540-654-1111 or in person at the Klein Theatre Box Office in duPont Hall, at the intersection of College Ave. and Thorton St. The Klein Theatre Box Office is open Mon. – Sat. 10 am – 5 pm and one hour before performances.

Friday, 19th

Holi: Festival of Colors
4 PM | Ball Circle
Join the intercultural living-learning community for a celebration of Holi! A festival celebrating the arrival of spring, positivity, and an inclusive community.

Join the intercultural living-learning community for a celebration of Holi! A festival celebrating the arrival of spring, positivity, and an inclusive community.

The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part
7 PM | Room 116, Monroe Hall
It’s been five years since everything was awesome and the citizens are facing a huge new threat: Lego Duplo invaders from outer space, wrecking everything faster than they can rebuild.

Come and see The Lego Movie 2 for $1! Raffle prizes will be given away! EagleOne or Cash only

PAC Big Show
7:30 PM | Dodd Auditorium, George Washington Hall
Join us for PAC’s spring Big Show on Friday, April 19th at 7:30 pm or Saturday, April 20th at 2 pm! We’ve been working hard all semester to bring you an amazing show filled with contemporary, hip-hop, tap, jazz, pointe, and more! We hope to see you there!

Tickets will be sold the week prior to the show in the UC and at the door. Tickets are $3 in advance and $4 at the door with Student ID, and $5 for the public.

The Country Wife by William Wycherley
7:30 PM | Klein Theatre, DuPont Hall
Infamous schemer and lascivious playboy Harry Horner seems no longer a threat to the marriages of London as word of his impotence spreads throughout society. Having instigated the rumor himself, however, Horner mischievously embarks on a plan to seduce the wives and daughters of the city’s most influential businessmen knowing full well that nary a man in London would suspect his ribald intentions. When the sweet, innocent, and honest Margery Pinchwife becomes smitten with him, Horner’s charades take an unforeseen tumble. The Country Wife is the quintessential Restoration comedy laced with extraordinary wit, saucy innuendo, and bawdy intrigue.

Tickets available online at www.FredTix.com, over the phone at 540-654-1111 or in person at the Klein Theatre Box Office in duPont Hall, at the intersection of College Ave. and Thorton St. The Klein Theatre Box Office is open Mon. – Sat. 10 am – 5 pm and one hour before performances.

Bumblebee
10 PM | Room 116, Monroe Hall
On the run in the year of 1987, Bumblebee finds refuge in a junkyard in a small Californian beach town. Charlie, on the cusp of turning 18 and trying to find her place in the world, discovers Bumblebee, battle-scarred and broken.

Come and see Bumblebee for $1! Raffle prizes will be given away! EagleOne or Cash only

Saturday, 20th

Kings Dominion Trip
9 AM – 11 PM | King Dominion, Doswell, VA
CPB Trips is hosting a day trip to Kings Dominion. Tickets are $15 and will start selling April 15 (they include all-day dining passes!).

There are limited spots so get your tickets NOW! You can buy tickets at the service concierge desk on the 2nd floor of the University Center!

Poetry Slam
12:30 PM – 2 PM | Digital Auditorium, Hurley Convergence Center
This is a campus-wide event for students to show off their spoken word poetry/slam poetry. There will be judges and prizes for 1st, 2nd and 3rd place.

There will also be pizza!

PAC Big Show
2 PM | Dodd Auditorium, George Washington Hall
Join us for PAC’s spring Big Show on Friday, April 19th at 7:30 pm or Saturday, April 20th at 2 pm! We’ve been working hard all semester to bring you an amazing show filled with contemporary, hip-hop, tap, jazz, pointe, and more! We hope to see you there!

Tickets will be sold the week prior to the show in the UC and at the door. Tickets are $3 in advance and $4 at the door with Student ID, and $5 for the public.

The Country Wife by William Wycherley
2 PM | Klein Theatre, DuPont Hall
Infamous schemer and lascivious playboy Harry Horner seems no longer a threat to the marriages of London as word of his impotence spreads throughout society. Having instigated the rumor himself, however, Horner mischievously embarks on a plan to seduce the wives and daughters of the city’s most influential businessmen knowing full well that nary a man in London would suspect his ribald intentions. When the sweet, innocent, and honest Margery Pinchwife becomes smitten with him, Horner’s charades take an unforeseen tumble. The Country Wife is the quintessential Restoration comedy laced with extraordinary wit, saucy innuendo, and bawdy intrigue.

Tickets available online at www.FredTix.com, over the phone at 540-654-1111 or in person at the Klein Theatre Box Office in duPont Hall, at the intersection of College Ave. and Thorton St. The Klein Theatre Box Office is open Mon. – Sat. 10 am – 5 pm and one hour before performances.

CPB Presents: Wild Love // Chris Hanbury
6 PM | The Underground
Grab your friends and come to the Underground for some FREE music! The first 30 people get free CPB souvenirs!

Wild Love is your new favorite band. They met in northern Virginia when the recently emigrated Brandon (from Ireland, vocals, guitar), Si (Turkey, bass) and Nolan (Germany, drums) met at the bus stop on their first days of high school together. After touring in the US, UK and Ireland opening for bands like The Mowgli’s, We The Kings, Great Good Fine Ok and Deerhoof, they are excited to be coming to Mary Washington!

Chris Hanbury is a current UMW student who is also an Open Mic and Student Spotlight regular! Everyone who has heard him perform live before loves him!

Bumblebee
7 PM | Room 116, Monroe Hall
On the run in the year of 1987, Bumblebee finds refuge in a junkyard in a small Californian beach town. Charlie, on the cusp of turning 18 and trying to find her place in the world, discovers Bumblebee, battle-scarred and broken.

Come and see Bumblebee for $1! Raffle prizes will be given away! EagleOne or Cash only

The Country Wife by William Wycherley
7:30 | The Underground, Lee Hall
Infamous schemer and lascivious playboy Harry Horner seems no longer a threat to the marriages of London as word of his impotence spreads throughout society. Having instigated the rumor himself, however, Horner mischievously embarks on a plan to seduce the wives and daughters of the city’s most influential businessmen knowing full well that nary a man in London would suspect his ribald intentions. When the sweet, innocent, and honest Margery Pinchwife becomes smitten with him, Horner’s charades take an unforeseen tumble. The Country Wife is the quintessential Restoration comedy laced with extraordinary wit, saucy innuendo, and bawdy intrigue.

Tickets available online at www.FredTix.com, over the phone at 540-654-1111 or in person at the Klein Theatre Box Office in duPont Hall, at the intersection of College Ave. and Thorton St. The Klein Theatre Box Office is open Mon. – Sat. 10 am – 5 pm and one hour before performances.

The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part
10 PM | Room 116, Monroe Hall
It’s been five years since everything was awesome and the citizens are facing a huge new threat: Lego Duplo invaders from outer space, wrecking everything faster than they can rebuild.

Come and see The Lego Movie 2 for $1! Raffle prizes will be given away! EagleOne or Cash only