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Actor Chris O'Donnell to help alma mater Boston College celebrate 150th anniversary

Posted by Matt Rocheleau  March 19, 2013 11:45 AM

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Hollywood actor Chris O’Donnell will take the stage at Symphony Hall this weekend to help celebrate the 150th anniversary of his alma mater, Boston College.

O’Donnell will narrate Aaron Copland’s “A Lincoln Portrait” during a series of performances that start at 2 p.m. on Saturday, March 23.

He stars in the CBS television series “NCIS: Los Angeles” and played the character Robin in two Batman movies – “Batman & Robin” in 1997 and “Batman Forever” in 1995. He also starred in the film “Scent of a Woman,” which debuted the year O’Donnell earned a bachelor’s degree in market from BC.

During Saturday’s sesquicentennial event, four of BC’s student music groups – BC’s University Chorale, Symphony Orchestra, BC bOp! and University Wind Ensemble – will also perform.

Tickets cost $15 and are available to the public. For more information and to order tickets, click here.

The university is celebrating its 150th year with a series of events that span three semesters. For more information, visit www.bc.edu/150.

Matt Rocheleau can be reached at mjrochele@gmail.com. Looking for more coverage of area colleges and universities? Go to our Your Campus pages.

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