The Esther Freier Endowment presents Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Suzan-Lori Parks, speaking 7:30 pm, Wednesday, March 26, at the Ted Mann Concert Hall--a free event and open to the public. No tickets necessary. Parks is the author of Topdog/Underdog, Venus, and In the Blood. The Framing Suzan-Lori Parks series, presented with the Department of Theatre, Frank Theatre, the Playwrights' Center, and McKnight Special Events, concludes Tuesday, April 1, with a discussion of Parks' place in the history of African American theater. Panelists include e. g. bailey, Pamela Fletcher, Josephine Lee, Alexs Pate, and Dominic Taylor (7:30 pm, Cowles Auditorium).
February 2008 Archives
Tuesday, February 19
150 Lind Hall
Come find out about research opportunities in the English department! Work with distinguished faculty through UROP (Undergraduate Research Opportunities) or research women and minority writers through Voices from the Gap. Hear the latest on faculty research opportunities, and listen to undergraduates and professors talk about their past collaboration together. Oh yeah, did we mention REFRESHMENTS?