My friend and colleague Professor Kathy Perkins is hosting a performance of excerpts from my one-woman show Doin’ Time: Through the Visiting Glass at the end of this month. Kathy is a renowned lighting designer, and her students this semester needed something to light for their final project. I will perform about half an hour of my play in conjunction with an hour-long student performance directed by Joseph Megel, who is also the director of Doin’ Time. The performances are free and open to the public. Please join us if you are in the area!
Drama 468 (Lighting Design) cordially invites you to our final design presentation on Nov. 29th (Thursday) at 5:00pm & Nov. 30th (Friday) at 7:00pm in the Kenan Theatre where we will present:
Doin’ Time: Through the Visiting Glass, a one woman show, written and performed by DDA faculty
member Professor Ashley Lucas. Through a series of monologues, Lucas will perform excerpts from her play
that examine the impact of incarceration on families.
“RITES OF SPRING” – PERFORMING MODERNISM DEVISED BY COMM 263 CLASS
Using the historic rupture of the opening performance of the Rite of Spring as a prism, this performance of modernist
prose and poetry includes the works of James Joyce, William Faulkner, Virginia Woolfe, T.S. Elliot, William Carlos Williams,
Marianne Moore and Samuel Beckett.
Both performances will be directed by Joseph Megel -Artist in Residence Department of Communication Studies