School of Creative Arts students and alumni will take to Maiden Lane on Saturday, July 16, for an afternoon of free public performances sponsored by the Downtown Windsor Business Improvement Association.
Music and Drama with the University of Windsor will feature activities from 3 to 9 p.m. as part of the Afternoons in the Alley series:
- free face painting and balloon animals by music alumnus Ted Hogan;
- the Creepy Crawlies puppet show and improvisational drama games by drama alumni Justin Caruana and Allie Miner;
- pop and rock by music students Rachel Loerts and Rob Haynes;
- a series of short plays by acting grads Marina Gomes, Billy Chandler and Kai Novak; and
- a blues open jam and jazz performance by the Coffee House Combo, including music majors Austin Di Pietro and Sebastian Bachmeier.