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Theater

Life and Death of King John

La Sala de PuertoRico, Student Center, 84 Massachusetts Ave., Cambridge. March 21, and 22. Admission: students and seniors, $5; general public, $7. Information: ensemble@mit.edu. The Shakespeare Ensemble presents The Life and Death of King John, a history not often played. A middle-period work, this play combines dramatic conflicts with nagging questions of succession, loyalty, and kingly rights. Direction by visiting lecturer and drama coach Tina Packer of Shakespeare and Co.

Classical Music

Mithas

Killian Hall, 160 Memorial Dr., Cambridge. March 21, 8 p.m. Admission: $15, $12, $10; $2 with MITID. Information: 258-7971. Bharati Nanavati, khyal singer, accompanied by Sunil Banerjee, tabla. The music of Bade Ghulam Ali Khan is passed on to the younger

generation.

AMP Student Recital

Killian Hall, 160 Memorial Dr., Cambridge. April 2, 5 p.m. Admission: free. Information: 253-9800. Gary Crichlow, tenor/countertenor; Youssef Marzouk '97, piano. Handel, Siete rose; C. Shadle, Cycle; Wolf, Ein Standchen Euch zu bringen, Aun lass uns Frieden schliesse, Auch Kleine Dinge; Mompou, Deux Melodies, Cantar de alma; Vivaldi, Cantata.

MIT Chapel Series

MITChapel, across from 77 Massachusetts Ave., Cambridge. April 3, noon. Admission: free. Information: 253-9800. Glorianne Collver-Jacobson, guitar. Works by Brazilian

composers Villa Lobos, Garoto, Baden Powell, and Savio.