â€˜The Two Gentlemen of Veronaâ€™ over Sunday
Shakespeare at Sunset, a summer Shakespeare festival at the University Center for the Arts, will finish its summer run of â€œThe Two Gentlemen of Verona,â€ at 2 p.m. this Sunday.
Directed by Laura Jones, the Shakespearian comedy is â€œfilled with incredible coincidences, disguises and mistaken identities, complete with pratfalls, clowning and slapstick,â€ according to CSUâ€™s School of the Arts.
The play will also show tonight, Friday and Saturday at 7 p.m.
V Ball to open against Duke
CSUâ€™s womenâ€™s volleyball team will begin their season tomorrow night when they face Dukeâ€™s Blue Devils, one of the top teams from the Atlantic Coast Conference, at 7 p.m. in Moby Arena.
Students are expected to wear white for a â€œwhite-out,â€ and the first 500 students will receive a free T-shirt from Russel, according to a press release.
- CSU Students:* Free with student ID
- Adult reserved:* $8
Adult general admission: $6
- Youth general admission:*$4
History Mystery comes to Old Town
Students will get a chance to snoop around Old Town looking for clues during this yearâ€™s History Mystery Challenge on Friday.
Sponsored by the Fort Collins Museum Foundation, the event has teams of four to six decipher clues and uncover information about places all over Old Town.
The team that uncovers the most clues wins â€œa trophy, accolades, bragging rights and the undying respect and reverence of all the other teams,â€ according to downtownfortcollins.com.
At 6 p.m., teams will leave from the Fort Collins Museum with their clue packets and will have 90 minutes to solve clues with answers scattered around Old Town Fort Collins. Participants are required to wear walking shoes, as cars are prohibited.
It costs $25 per team member, with four to six members per team. Individuals and couples will be paired.