The theme of the 2019-20 academic year at F&M is Change the Game: Explore the Past. Challenge the Present. Inspire the Future. 

This year we will mark 50 years of coeducation, the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment, the 100th anniversary of the Spanish Department, and the opening of the Susan and Benjamin Winter Visual Arts Center. All events tied to the theme are marked with a GC.

 Please note some events and locations may be subject to change.

 

Thursday, October 24

11:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.     This is the Rat Speaking: Remembering the 1969 Black Student Protest at F&M (GC)
This Common Hour will feature a panel discussion with Dr. Todd Mealy, author of "This is the Rat Speaking: Black Power and the Promise of Racial Consciousness at Franklin and Marshall College in the Age of the Takeover"; Dr. Benjamin Bowser ’69, who wrote the forward for the book; Adrian Lamos Jr. ’72; and Professor LeRoy Pernell ’71. Panelists will discuss the historical importance of the 1969 protest at Franklin & Marshall College, when black students locked their professors in Goethean Hall, demanding redress for academic and personal grievances. The protest paralleled a number of similar protests across college campuses at a time of activism and a rise in racial consciousness across America.
Mayser Gymnasium

CANCELED - The Department of Theatre, Dance & Film presents Journey to the West

 

Friday, October 25

8 a.m. – 4 p.m.     Open Classes
Students may arrange with their professors for their parents to visit classes, or parents and alumni may obtain a schedule of available open classes at the information table at registration in Steinman College Center. Please plan to arrive on time and to stay for the duration of the class. NOTE: Space is limited.

9 a.m. – 6 p.m.     Welcome and Registration Center
Atrium, Steinman College Center

11 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.     Consulting Careers Symposium, Hosted by the Office of Student and Post-Graduate Development
Join us for our second annual Consulting Careers Symposium when we welcome to campus a team of alumni representing a variety of specializations within consulting.  The Symposium consists of a series of workshops and presentations to help you learn about, prepare for, and advance within, a career in consulting. Alumni presenters include Matt Shapiro '02, Founder, MacroTessera; Kirk Marzock '00, Senior Manager, Deloitte; Kirsten McGregor ’99, Economic Recovery Sr. Consultant, J&M Global Solutions LLC; Nathan George '08, Strategy Insights & Planning Consultant, ZS; and Aaron Jacobs '02, Associate Director, Enterprise Product Data, Celgene. Session Breakouts - We invite you to join us for all, or some of the sessions – 11 a.m. - Exploring Consulting; 12 p.m. - Q&A Lunch with Presenters; 12:45 p.m. - Personal branding; 1:30 p.m. Hiring Expectations and Finding Opportunities; 2:30 p.m. Deloitte Breakout Session; 3:15 p.m. - ZS Breakout Session.  Register here to join for one session or for the full day.
Harwood Commons

Noon – 4 p.m.     FRESH! The F&M Art & Art History Department Biennial
Honoring faculty, staff and emeriti from the Department of Art & Art History in this biennial exhibition. Featuring 15 artists presenting new work in a wide range of media including drawing, painting, print sculpture, photography and site-specific installation.
Dana Gallery, Phillips Museum of Art

Noon – 4 p.m.     50 Years: A Celebration of F&M’s Alumnae Artists (GC)
Franklin & Marshall College admitted the first class of female students in the fall of 1969. Marking the 50th anniversary of co-education, the Museum is highlighting two alumnae artists from each decade since that historic day.
Rothman Gallery, Phillips Museum of Art

Noon – 4 p.m.     Stitched Stories: Women’s Narratives in Regional Textiles (GC)
The exhibition reexamines textile in the Museum’s permanent collection, crafted by women from the 19th through the 20th centuries. Viewers can witness the women’s efforts to document their lives, be an agent of social change, and build community through their fabric handicraft.
Gibson Gallery, Phillips Museum of Art

12:30 – 4 p.m.     Autumn Research Fair
Through displays and sessions, students will present the results of research they conducted over the past summer and academic year.
Martin Library of the Sciences

1 – 4 p.m.     Summer Experience Fair: How F&M Students Spent Their Summer in 2019
What summer internship, academic travel, and volunteer and off-campus research experiences did F&M students pursue in 2019? Find out by walking through the Fair, and asking the student presenters questions about their summer experiences.  Not only will you learn about the exceptional opportunities F&M students have pursued and secured, but you will also be providing the students with invaluable practice in articulating their co-curricular accomplishments, as they will do in interviews and networking conversations. 
Martin Library of the Sciences

1:30 – 2:30 p.m.     "Broken Promises: The Limits of Participatory Democracy in Latin America." Presented by Stephanie McNulty Director, Faculty Diversity Initiatives and Chair and Associate Professor, Government Department
Dr. McNulty will talk about her recent book which explores efforts to implement participatory democracy in developing countries. Specifically, her work asks if national reforms can effectively mandate citizen participation in public policy decisions in local governments. These particular reforms have become more common in countries that are seeking to reduce the gap between dissatisfied citizens and unresponsive governments. Although Dr. McNulty's research focuses on countries with weakly democratized systems, her research provides a number of lessons that relate to all nations with growing citizen disillusionment in their governments.
Druker Family Humanities Common, Ann and Richard Barshinger Life Sciences & Philosophy Building

3 – 4 p.m.     "Bringing Feminism to the Airwaves: Feminist Television Activism in the 1970s." presented by Alison Kibler, Professor of American Studies and Women's, Gender & Sexuality Studies, Program Chair of Women, Gender & Sexuality Studies (GC)

Find out about how feminists in the 1970s changed employment policies and programming in stations across the country, including WGAL in Lancaster. Feminists faced formidable obstacles but were still able to make significant changes. This talk will also highlight some broadcasting regulations that empowered social groups to lobby stations to serve the "public."
Druker Family Humanities Common, Ann and Richard Barshinger Life Sciences & Philosophy Building

4:30 – 5:30 p.m.     Women’s Lacrosse Alumnae and Student Reception
Meet current players while reconnecting with alumnae across the years, including members of the 2009 team being inducted this year into the Athletic Hall of Fame. There is no cost to attend but the time you will share with students and alumni. RSVP by clicking here. The reception is sponsored by Women's Lacrosse and the Office of Student and Post-Graduate Development (OSPGD).
Harwood Commons 

5 - 6 p.m.       Harwood Leadership Seminar Student-Alumni Reception
F&M alumni who completed the Harwood Leadership Program are invited to this reception with alumni and current students who participated in the Harwood Leadership Seminar. Lite fare and beverages will be served. There is no cost for alumni to attend, though registration is required.
Atrium, Ann and Richard Barshinger Life Sciences & Philosophy Building 

5 - 6 p.m.       Rouse Scholar Student-Alumni Reception
F&M alumni Rouse scholars are invited to this reception with other alumni and current student scholars. Lite fare and beverages will be served. There is no cost for alumni to attend, though registration is required.
Atrium, Ann and Richard Barshinger Life Sciences & Philosophy Building 

6 – 8 p.m.     Athletic Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony and Reception (GC)
Celebrate this year’s Athletic Hall of Fame inductees and take part in the proud tradition of F&M Athletics! The following individuals and teams will be honored as the 38th class of inductees: Patricia Borosky ’91, Women’s Basketball and Track & Field;  Jessica Kunkle ’05, Women’s Golf; Kelly Landman ’07, Women’s Swimming; Sarah Meisenberg ’09, Women’s Basketball and Lacrosse; Ted Serro ’06, Baseball;  Steve Ulrich ’82, Contributor and Edward Van Dolsen ’80, Football,  along with the 1978 Men’s Track & Field Relay Team and the 2009 Women’s Lacrosse Team. Registration is required
Ceremony at the Alumni Sports & Fitness Center and Reception at Shadek Stadium 

6 – 8 p.m.     Reception Celebrating 50 Years of Coeducation – by Invitation
Join us for a reception honoring and recognizing the First Women of F&M.
1787 Commons, College Square 

6:30 - 8 p.m.       Shabbat Dinner
Alumni and families are welcome to attend the Shabbat dinner, sponsored by F&M Hillel and underwritten by Numa and Richard C. Lavy, M.D., '56. There is no charge to attend, but registration is required. 
Klehr Center for Jewish Life, 645 College Ave. 

7 – 8:30 p.m.     Success Beyond F&M: LACS Student-Alumni Reception
F&M alumni who completed the Life After College Success (LACS) Program are invited to this dinner reception with current LACS students, during which they will share their post-F&M story and insights about what it takes to succeed after graduation. There is no cost for LACS alumni to attend, though registration is required.  
Druker Family Humanities Common, Ann and Richard Barshinger Life Sciences & Philosophy Building

7:30 p.m.     F&M Swimming Alumni Meet
Alumni Sports & Fitness Center

CANCELED - The Department of Theatre, Dance & Film presents Journey to the West 

8 p.m.     Spectrum Concert
F&M Orchestra, Symphonic Wind Ensemble, Jazz Ensemble, African Drumming Ensemble Chamber Music and soloists perform.
Ann and Richard Barshinger Center for Musical Arts in Hensel Hall

8 p.m. – midnight     Kappa Sigma Open House Alumni Brothers or by invitation
Tour Delta Rho’s new home and reconnect with Brothers from yesteryear.
441 College Ave. 

9 p.m.      A Capella Concert
A yearly favorite! The following student singing groups will perform: Kite & Keys, Poor Richards, Sweet Ophelia and The Chessmen. 
Nevin Chapel, Old Main

 

Saturday, October 26

8 a.m. – 6 p.m.     Welcome and Registration Center
Atrium, Steinman College Center

8 – 10 a.m.     Kappa Delta Pinwheels and Pancakes
Everyone is welcome to attend the all-you-can-eat Kappa Delta sorority pancake breakfast! Join us for the fun (and great pancakes). $3 for alumni, $5 for students and children, $8 for parents and other adults. Proceeds go to the Lehman Center and Prevent Child Abuse America. Preregistration for the pancake breakfast in Steinman College Center on Thursday and Friday, and walk-ins are welcome.
Hartman Green

8 – 11 a.m.     InterVarsity Bagel Breakfast
Join current students, alumni and local supporters of InterVarsity for a bagel breakfast.
Philadelphia Alumni Writers House

8:15 – 9:30 a.m.     OSPGD Breakfast Briefing for Parents: Why Your Student’s Career Progression Will Be Different Than Yours – Partnering on Their Career Preparation and Success
Join Beth Throne, J.D. '95, associate vice president for student and post-graduate development, and her colleagues from the Office of Student and Post-Graduate Development (OSPGD) for a discussion about the distinctive approach Generation Z is using to identify potential career paths, and how that understanding helps you and F&M partner in supporting their preparation for success beyond F&M. There is no charge to attend this event. Registration is required
Booth Ferris, North and South, Steinman College Center

8:30 – 10 a.m.     African American Alumni Council Sydney N. Bridgett '51 Award Breakfast (GC)
Join members of the African American Alumni Council for a celebration breakfast honoring alumni of African descent for outstanding achievement in a chosen profession or endeavor. This year, the following alumni will receive the Sydney N. Bridgett ’51 Award: Benjamin P. Bowser, Ph.D. ’69, William H. Vanderberg ’76, Yancy D. Edwards, Ph.D. ’82, Christina Watlington, Ph.D. ’96, Keenan L. Smith ’94, Intisar "Star" Hamilton ’06, Dorinda L. Foster, J.D. ’09 and Shadoe Genesis Tarver ’10. The Alumni Development Volunteer Award will be presented to Cherise Hamblin Murphy, M.D., ’03. Registration is required ($15/per person)
Catering Suite, Benjamin Franklin Dining Hall 

8:45 a.m.     F&M Swimming Alumni Breakfast
Benjamin Franklin Dining Hall

9 a.m.     Geoscience Founders Society Annual Meeting
Join us for a light breakfast beginning at 9 a.m., followed by the Geoscience Founders Society Annual Meeting at 9:30 a.m.
Room 119, Hackman Physical Sciences Laboratory 

9 a.m.     Women’s Lacrosse Alumnae Game (GC)
Shadek Stadium 

9 – 10:30 a.m.     Squash Breakfast and Alumni, Student and Parent Squash Match
Squash Courts, Mayser Physical Education Center

9:30 – 10:30 a.m.     TRUE BLUE Weekend Admission Campus Tour
Join Admission for a Campus Tour during TRUE BLUE Weekend. One tour will be offered from 9:30 -10:30 a.m., beginning and ending at the Wohlsen House Admission Office. Prospective students and alumni are all welcome. Registration is required.
Wohlsen House Admission Office, 637 College Ave.

10 – 11 a.m.     Meet & Chat with Faculty
Faculty members representing most departments will be available to welcome parents, with or without their F&M student, and alumni. Stop by to say hello, meet the professors, and learn more about various academic areas of interest.
Department locations available at the Information Table in Steinman College Center

10 – 11 a.m.    Volleyball Alumnae Panel Discussion
Join women's volleyball alumnae from across the years for an informal discussion about their experience at F&M, career path after college, and what they're doing now.
Room 112, Stager Hall

10 – 11 a.m.     Football Memorial Service for Brian Rice ’08
Nevin Chapel, Old Main 

10 – 11 a.m.     Kappa Sigma Star & Crescent Alumni Association Annual Meeting
441 College Ave. 

10:30 - 11:30 a.m.     Lambda Chi Alpha Alumni Association Meeting
Annual meeting for the Alpha Theta Alumni Association of Lambda Chi Alpha Fraternity.
Room 105, Stager Hall

10 – 11 a.m.     Alumni Association Board Town Hall
Current and past Alumni Association Board members are invited to join Alumni Board President Jack Shilling '89 for coffee and conversation. Hear how the current board is engaging alumni and students, and the Boards strategic plans for the future. You will have an opportunity to ask questions and share your thoughts on the future of representation of more than 28,000 F&M alumni.
Bonchek Lecture Hall, Ann and Richard Barshinger Life Sciences & Philosophy Building 

10 a.m. – 2 p.m.     Harbaugh Club Open House
All Harbaugh Club alumni are invited to visit for an open house.
Harbaugh House, 611 College Ave.

11 a.m.     Women’s Rugby vs. Gettysburg College
Williamson Field 

11 a.m. – noon     F&M Wrestling Welcome Meeting
Join the F&M wrestling family as we kickoff the 2019-2020 season.  We will welcome our newest team members and discuss the upcoming year.  Open to all alumni and family members.  Please contact Coach Steve Borja at sborja@fandm.edu if you would like to attend.
Lisa Bonchek Adams Auditorium, Kaufman Hall

11 a.m. – noon     An Hour with the President (GC)
Join President Barbara K. Altmann, Ph.D. and hear her vision for F&M as she moves into her second year as the 16th President of Franklin & Marshall College.
Ann & Richard Barshinger Center for the Musical Arts at Hensel Hall 

11 a.m. – 1:30 p.m.     Alpha Delta Pi Alumni and Family Open House
446 West James St. 

Noon     Field Hockey: Diplomats vs. Bryn Mawr
Tylus Field

Noon – 1:30 p.m.     TRUE BLUE Weekend Tailgate
Join alumni, parents, students and community members at the TRUE BLUE Weekend Tailgate! This community celebration features food, entertainment and fun. Relax on the Green to the musical sounds of Songsmith. Registration is required. Students must register at the Tailgate with a meal swipe or $5.  
Tent, Hartman Green

Noon – 1:30 p.m.     “Poetry Rolls” Public Art Project
The Writers House puts poetry into motion with the public art project, Poetry Rolls. Our van, covered with magnetic words and filled with poetry activities, will make stops at schools and community gathering places throughout Lancaster during the week of October 21 to 26, giving Lancastrians of all ages the chance to make and share new poems. Find out where the van will be rolling to on Facebook (@PhiladelphiaAlumniWritersHouse, @poetryrolls) and Instagram (@writershouse_fandm, @poetryrolls) and the website poetryrolls.org. Poetry Rolls originated in 2017 as a collaborative project of Kerry Sherin Wright, Craig Welsh, and Heidi Leitzke, with support from the Pennsylvania Governor’s Arts Awards Fund.
Hartman Green

Noon – 3 p.m.     Fummer’s Market
An annual silent auction hosted by members of the Black Pyramid Society.
Hartman Green

Noon – 3 p.m.     Phi Kappa Psi Open House
560 West James St. 

Noon – 4 p.m.     FRESH! The F&M Art & Art History Department Biennial
Dana Gallery, Phillips Museum of Art

Noon – 4 p.m.     50 Years: A Celebration of F&M’s Alumnae Artists (GC)
Rothman Gallery, Phillips Museum of Art

Noon – 4 p.m.     Stitched Stories: Women’s Narratives in Regional Textiles (GC)
Gibson Gallery, Phillips Museum of Art

Noon – 4 p.m.      Alpha Delta Pi Pop Up Shop
All are welcome to shop 'til you drop with ADPi at our South Moon Under Pop-Up Shop. Join us for shopping, food and fun. All proceeds support The Ronald McDonald House Charities.
Hartman Green

12:30 – 2:30 p.m.     Welcome to the Office of Student and Post-Graduate Development (OSPGD) Open House!
Drop by the Office of Student and Post-Graduate Development (OSPGD) to learn more about the programs and resources that are offered, ways to support fellow alumni and students in their careers, say hello to members of the OSPGD team, and connect with fellow engaged alumni. If you have participated in F&M Alumni Partnerships, PMOD, Career & Learning Circles, Legal Professions Advisory Committee, served as a mentor or presenter, or attended OSPGD programs, this is a great time to connect with OSPGD on campus! Dessert and Coffee will be provided
Harwood Commons 

1 p.m.     Football: Diplomats vs. Dickinson (GC)
Shadek Stadium

1 p.m.     Men’s Rugby vs. LaSalle
Baker Field 

1 – 3 p.m.     Opening Reception - Stronger Together: A Visual Love Letter to the 15th Anniversary of IMPACT & SISTERS (GC)
Celebrate IMPACT and SISTERS lasting legacy of co-ed, student of color-centric leadership at Franklin & Marshall College. Created by artist i am intisar (Intisar “Star” Hamilton ’06), Stronger Together: A Visual Love Letter to the 15th Anniversary of IMPACT & SISTERS is a photographic installation chronicling their founding in 2004 through the present. The installation encompasses images from the College's archives, memorabilia and oral histories from the club's alumni, as well as, photographs from the artist's personal collection. Stronger Together is an homage to IMPACT and SISTERS, and how these organizations have changed the co-educational college experience at Franklin & Marshall College. A light reception will take place during the opening.
Benjamin Franklin Dining Hall

1 – 3 p.m.     Gamm-Apple Sale
Join the women of Sigma Lambda Gamma National Sorority, Inc. for a caramel and chocolate apple sale to support their organizations endeavors.
Hartman Green

1 – 3:30 p.m.     Phi Kappa Sigma Open House
415 West James St. 

CANCELED - The Department of Theatre, Dance & Film presents Journey to the West

2 – 3 p.m.      Alumni Association Book Discussion “This is the Rat Speaking: Black Power and the Promise of Racial Consciousness at Franklin & Marshall College in the Age of the Takeover: 1967-69” (GC)
Join the Alumni Association Board for an informal book discussion on “This is the Rat Speaking: Black Power and the Promise of Racial Consciousness at Franklin & Marshall College in the Age of the Takeover: 1967-69”. The book offers an in-depth look at the 1969 student protest on F&M’s campus. Author Todd Mealy and alumnus Benjamin Bowser ’69, who wrote the forward, will stop by and lend their voices to the discussion. Books can be purchased at the F&M bookstore by calling 717-358-4093. Please RSVP here.
Harris Living Room, Patricia E. Harris Center for Business, Government and Public Policy

2 – 4 p.m.      LGBTQ+ True Blue Weekend Reception (GC)
Join the F&M LGBTQ Alumni Council, the Sexuality And Gender Alliance (SAGA), and LGBTQ+ Student Life at F&M for an informal meetup with refreshments to mix and mingle with LGBTQ+ identified alumni, students, faculty, staff, family, friends, and our allies! Meet Council members, learn about past and future events such as Queer Visibility Week, webinars and Lavender Graduation, and more!
Alice Drum Women's Center, Steinman College Center

2 – 4 p.m.     College Row Open House & Tour
Current and future College Row residents & their families are invited to enjoy a coffee bar & dessert reception, meet the management, learn about life at College Row, and tour an apartment.
College Row Community Room (Building B), 701 Harrisburg Ave. 

3 p.m.     Women’s Soccer: Diplomats vs. Bryn Mawr 
Tylus Field

3 – 4:30  p.m.     F&M Women Empowering F&M Women: Celebrating 50 Years of the Admission of Women at F&M (GC)
Join the Council for Women of F&M for a panel discussion to celebrate 50 years of the admission of women at F&M. Alumnae will share stories of empowerment, how lessons learned at F&M shaped their lives and how, as the women of F&M, they have Changed the Game, not only for others, but for themselves. The panel, moderated by Liz Smith ’87, will include Karen Leon ’80, Linda Cortese ’90, Erin Brubaker ’93, Tigst Hailu ’11, Jessica Dunbar ’13 and Vania Loper ’14. A networking reception will follow the panel discussion and a special acknowledgement of the first F&M alumnae is planned. Please RSVP here.
Bonchek Lecture Hall and Atrium, Ann and Richard Barshinger Life Sciences & Philosophy Building

3 – 4:30 p.m.     Emeriti Faculty Reception
Join us in celebrating the special relationship so many faculty and students (now alumni!) have cultivated with each other over the years. We invite you to be part of a dessert reception in Druker Family Humanities Common for retired and emeriti faculty, and alumni. It's an opportunity to re-connect with members of the F&M talent community who have had a meaningful, TRUE BLUE impact on our lives.
Druker Family Humanities Common, Ann and Richard Barshinger Life Sciences & Philosophy Building  

3 – 5:30 p.m.     TRUE BLUE Weekend Writers House & Alumni Arts Review Reading and Reception
Join us for an open house and reception featuring short readings by alumni of poems, stories, and essays from the Alumni Arts Review. This event is free and open to the public.
Philadelphia Alumni Writers House

3:30 – 5:30 p.m.      Phi Sigma Kappa Open House
Join fellow Phi Sigma Kappa brothers for an open house where the fraternity was located “back in the day”. Current residents, the Winterstein family, open their home for brothers and guests. Brother Bill Curtis ’61 will be at the house to greet you.
437 W. James St.

6 - 8:30 p.m.     Tribute Reception - by Invitation
A celebration of philanthropic investment in, and service to, Franklin & Marshall College.
Alumni Sports & Fitness Center

6 p.m. – midnight     Kappa Sigma Open House – Alumni Brothers or by invitation 
Tour Delta Rho’s new home and reconnect with Brothers from yesteryear.
441 College Ave. 

6:30 p.m.     Lambda Chi Alpha Fraternity Alumni Reception and Gathering
Stockyard Inn, 1147 Lititz Pike

CANCELED - The Department of Theatre, Dance & Film presents Journey to the West

8 p.m.     Choral Concert
A concert of choral music and vocal solos from the F&M College Chorus and the Chamber Singers. Ann and Richard Barshinger Center for Musical Arts in Hensel Hall 

9 p.m.     Young Alumni Reunion (Graduates from 2010 through 2019)
Catch up with your former classmates and all F&M GOLD (Graduates of the Last Decade) alumni! All GOLD alumni are invited to join in the fun.
Annie Baileys, 28 E. King St.

 

Sunday, October 27

9 – 10:30 a.m.     Campus Breakfast
Benjamin Franklin Dining Hall 

10 – 11 a.m.     Women’s Soccer Alumnae Game (GC)
Tylus Field

10 – 11:30 a.m.     Hillel Bagel Brunch
Alumni and families are welcome to attend this annual event. Registration is required. There is a $10 per person charge to attend, payable at the door. F&M students may attend at no charge.
Klehr Center for Jewish Life, 645 College Ave. 

10 a.m. – 12 p.m.     Kappa Sigma Alumni Send-Off Brunch – Alumni Brothers or by Invitation
Alumni Brothers are invited to enjoy a continental breakfast on your way out of town.
441 College Ave. 

11 a.m. – noon     Women’s Field Hockey Alumnae Game (GC)
Tylus Field 

Noon – 4 p.m.     FRESH! The F&M Art & Art History Department Biennial 
Dana Gallery, Phillips Museum of Art

Noon – 4 p.m.     50 Years: A Celebration of F&M’s Alumnae Artists (GC)
Rothman Gallery, Phillips Museum of Art

Noon – 4 p.m.     Stitched Stories: Women’s Narratives in Regional Textiles (GC)
Gibson Gallery, Phillips Museum of Art

1 p.m.     Catholic Mass
Join the John Newman Association Catholic Campus Ministry at Franklin & Marshall College for Catholic Mass, celebrated by Father Joshua Cavender.
Nevin Chapel, Old Main 

CANCELED  -  The Department of Theatre, Dance & Film presents Journey to the West