BabsonARTS welcomes Seth Gilliam, known for his television roles in “The Walking Dead” and “The Wire”, as well as for films such as “Starship Troopers” and “Courage Under Fire”. The Babson community will have an opportunity to meet Seth, and see him perform both in person and on film.
Set in the distant future, Starship Troopers (1997) follows a young soldier’s exploits in the Mobile Infantry, a futuristic military unit, against the backdrop of an interstellar war. The film, directed by Paul Verhoeven and featuring Seth Gilliam in the role of Sugar Watkins, was nominated for a Best Visual Effects Academy Award. The film screening will be preceded by a conversation with Steven Maler and Seth Gilliam.
Support provided by the Malcolm K. Stearns ’81 Memorial Film Society Fund.
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The Babson Richard W. Sorenson Center for the Arts
The Richard W. Sorenson Center for the Arts (Sorenson Center) offers a diverse array of programming in theater, dance, music, film, video, literary art, and visual arts for on-campus audiences and the general public at the College’s award-winning Carling-Sorenson Theater and Sorenson Family Visual Arts Center. It also supports the creative and performing experiences of student organizations while offering field-based learning opportunities for students working within business and liberal arts curricula.
Event Location: Carling-Sorenson Theatre
19 Babson Drive, Wellesley, 02482
Until Friday, February 6, 2015 at 12:00 am