Puget Sound English Department

November 13, 2008

New Play Debuts at UPS

Filed under: Events on Campus,Literature — O. @ 1:48 am

The Matthew Norton Clapp Professor in Residence, playwright Rosalind Bell (acclaimed author of The New Orleans Monologues), will debut a new play-in-progress with an ensemble cast of readers who are students at UPS. The readings will occur at 4:00 and 7:00 p.m. on November 14 in the Norton Clapp Theater. Admission is free, but you need to pick up a ticket at the Information Booth in Wheelock. The readings are from “1620 Bank Street,” A new play about youth, integration, and change. Thanks to our colleague, Professor Geoff Proehl, for helping to arrange this event.

By the way, Professor Grace Livingston (UPS) and English Department alum Bernadette Ray acted in the production of The New Orleans Monologues last year in Tacoma.


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