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February 2019

Haunted Files

Wednesday, February 20, 2019 @ 7PM & 9PM

An immersive evening of theater that recreates through audience interaction, performance, and talkback the little-known history of scientific racism in America. A post-show panel discussion follows.

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Improv for Everyone

February 25 – April 1, 2019 @ 6:30PM

If you are new or want to tune your tools, our introduction to improv concentrates on connections and how to stay grounded. We’ll focus on character creation, object/environment work, and most importantly, working as an ensemble. We believe improvisation can be used in everyday life; whether you are performing on the stage, priming for an audition, or connecting with co-workers.

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Improv for Everyone II: Grounded

February 27 – April 3, 2019 @ 6:30PM

Go to the next level of improv with impressions and impersonations as well as expanding your physical abilities in this course taught by improv pros Paul Valenti and Adam Hamway

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March 2019

Author’s Night: Sohrab Ahmari

Wednesday, March 13, 2019 @ 7PM

Journalist Sohrab Ahmari tells of life as a teenager under the Iranian ayatollahs and deciding there was no God. Nearly 20 years later, he would be received into the Roman Catholic Church. The debut of a compelling new Catholic voice.

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Oz at 80

Thursday, March 21, 2019 @ 7PM

A big screen showing of the The Wizard of Oz followed by behind-the-screen stories of the making of the family classic with author, historian, and Judy Garland and Oz expert John Fricke.

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1939: A Year in Film to Remember

March 26, April 2 & 9, 2019 @ 7PM

In this three-part series, author, professor and film historian Fr. Robert Lauder explores a trio of classics from 1939: Love Affair (March 26), Mr. Smith Goes to Washington (April 2), and Ninotchka (April 9).

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April 2019

Robert McKee’s Story Seminar & TV Day

April 11-14, 2019

During this three-day ‘rite of passage’ STORY seminar, Robert McKee teaches the substance, structure, style, and principles of story.

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May 2019

An Intimate Evening with Douglas Ridloff of American Sign Language Poetry

Tuesday May 7, 2019 @ 8PM

Join Douglas Ridloff and special guests from the critically acclaimed ASL SLAM for an evening of unique storytelling and poetry performed through American Sign Language (ASL).

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