“Good conversation is just as stimulating as black coffee, and just as hard to sleep after,” says a not-too-ancient proverb.
This spring, we are happy to have you for coffee and conversation at the Center for Performance Studies. Coffee and Concepts is a series of colloquium-style, informal gatherings where scholars from across campus who work in the field of performance (broadly conceived) will be presenting new work and work in progress. Come and share the pleasure to be their first listeners and readers.
Professor Sara E. Freeman
Friday, April 19, 2 - 4 PM, Hutchinson Hall room 154
The Center for Performance Studies invites you for coffee and conversation with Sara E. Freeman, a theatre historian from University of Puget Sound. Professor Freeman will share an excerpt from her current book project. Her title is "Words and Images" an excerpt from Poetic Images and Dramatic Spaces: Staging Caryl Churchil, Naomi Iizuka, and Sarah Ruhl.
Sara Freeman is Associate Professor of Theatre at the University of Puget Sound. Previously she taught at the University of Oregon, Illinois Wesleyan University, and Columbia College in Chicago. She holds an MA and PhD in Theatre from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Her historical scholarship concerns alternative British theatre and contemporary playwrights, and she maintains an active creative practice as a director and dramaturg.
Join us for the full April series:
NOTE: Olivia Gunn's talk, originally scheduled for Friday 4/12, has been cancelled due to family emergency. We will update this page when Dr. Gunn's talk is rescheduled.
Friday, April 26th: Laurie A. Frederik (cultural anthropologist and performance scholar, University of Maryland)
All conversations will take place in Hutchinson Hall, room 154, from 2:00 to 4:00 pm. All events are FREE and open to the public.
If you have questions about this series, please contact Stefka Mihaylova, Director of the Center for Performance Studies, at firstname.lastname@example.org.