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SETC’s Women+ in Theatre Committee and the Parent Artist Advocacy League are collaborating once again to bring attendees with children a quiet, tucked-away room designated for relaxation and re-connection during the convention. In addition, a Parent & Caregiver Resource Packet has been created to help you prepare for your visit to Louisville, Ky.  Wed./Thur./Fri. | 8:00 AM – 7:00 PM    Sat. | 8:00 AM – 5:30 PM
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Friday, February 28 • 5:30pm - 6:45pm
Gandersheim: A New Play About Women+ in Theatre

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Programs are looking to provide more opportunities for their female populations. We will read and discuss a new play for all-female companies about the medieval playwright Hrotsvit, considering recent scholarship about Hrotsvit, her works and Gandersheim Abbey, and connecting medieval and contemporary issues.

Speakers
avatar for Scott Hayes

Scott Hayes

Dean and Professor, School of Communication & the Arts, Liberty University
Scott Hayes is the dean for the School of Communication & the Arts and a professor of Theatre Arts at Liberty University. Dr. Hayes has an MFA in Theatre and a Ph.D. in Communication, and his academic research explores the connections between applied theatre and communication theory... Read More →
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Amy Dunlap

Associate Dean of the School of the Arts; Chair of Theatre Department, North Greenville University
Amy Dunlap, Assistant Professor, is the Associate Dean of the School of the Arts and Chair of the Theatre Department at North Greenville University in South Carolina. She earned a BFA in Drama with a Directing concentration from Carnegie Mellon University and an MFA in Acting from... Read More →


Friday February 28, 2020 5:30pm - 6:45pm EST
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