Carl Cofield Nominated for NAACP Award
Recent graduate Carl Cofield ('14) has received a nomination in the local Best Director category from the NAACP Theatre Awards for his world premiere production of One Night in Miami, written by Kemp Powers and produced by LA-based company Rogue Machine earlier this year.
The Columbia University School of the Arts application for admission is now live! Find out more info here.
Scapegoating Bradley Manning, Wikileaks and the Terror of the War Against Terror
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From 29-Mar-12 7:30 pm through 9:00 pm
Prentis Hall, 632 W 125th St
Scapegoating Bradley Manning, Wikileaks and the Terror of the War on Terror
Thursday March 29, 7:30 pm
Prentis: 632 125th Street Room 101
Great Small Works presents The Toy Theater of Terror as Usual: Episode 13 with John Bell, Trudi Cohen, Stephen Kaplin, Jenny Romaine, Roberto Rossi, and Mark Sussman and commentary on the persecution of Bradley Manning by Ed Steck.
With its tiny personae and miniaturized tableaux, puppet theater/toy theater provides an unusual perspective on the terrorism our leaders never fail to warn us about. Such theater also provides new modes for thought and action in these dire times that talks and conferences fail to do.