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Dream Acts: Performance as Refuge, Resistance, and Renewal 

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Friday, July 25 • 8:30am - 10:00am
Interrogating the American Dream/Performing the American Reality

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Performances from and a discussion of a multi-campus collaboration based on interviews across the U.S. about attitudes towards money and opportunity post the financial crisis.

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Lisa Brenner

Associate Professor, Drew University
Lisa is a Member at Large for Theatre and Social Change. She is the co-author of Katrina: the K Word, a play based on interviews with residents of New Orleans. Lisa holds a Ph.D. in Theatre from Columbia University. At Drew, where she recently won the Distinguished Teaching Award... Read More →

Lesley Delmenico

Penetrating Habitual Stratifications: Traversing Urban Spaces en route, Associate Professor Department of Theatre and Dance Grinnell College
In 2013, I was asked by Gospel Light Christian Church (GLCC) in Singapore to direct a Christmas show and make it more professional and “experiential”. The church leadership was fully aware of the pre-existing Christmas shows put up by “megachurches” such as New Creation C... Read More →
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Celeste Miller

Assistant Professor, Dept. of Theatre and Dance, Grinnell College
Since 2013 Celeste Miller has been working with a partnership between an undergraduate liberal arts college and a college of osteopathic medicine have to offer a workshop using embodied/in-bodied experiential exercises in the context of the course, “Medicine and the Humanities... Read More →

Friday July 25, 2014 8:30am - 10:00am
Princess G, Fairmont Scottsdale Princess Hotel 7575 E Princess Dr Scottsdale, AZ 85255 USA

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