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Friday, August 3 • 8:00am - 9:30am
Meet the Fellows: The College of Fellows of the American Theatre and Civic Engagement

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The College of Fellows of the American Theatre convenes annually at the Kennedy Center. A roundtable of Fellows will inspire those who aspire.


Rosemarie Bank

"Not METAMORA Again! Can the Merely Popular Be Canonical?", Kent State University
In my PhD thesis I hypothesise that there exists personnel, structural, choreographical and aesthetic relations between the European court ballet of the 19th century and the modern ‚entertainment dance’ arising around 1900. This hypothesis is based on recognizable parallels between choreographic sketchbooks, dance notations, and pictures from the 19th century and the first photography of popular dances (order of the dancers, stage design... Read More →

Franklin J. Hildy

The Theatre,’ archeological stratification, and Shakespeare’s playhouses, Theatre Architecture Working Group
I've been developing experiences practiced in arts of the body dealing with a moving approach called bodily paths. In one of his most settings outlined, body path implies the reversal of the attention over his own body, amplifying somatic experience at the level where perceiving possible pulsations of movement is achieved. The witness quality of consciousness, thrown from these heating, double up with not merely seeing but also moving... Read More →

Jorge Huerta

Professor Emeritus, University of California, San Diego
I am known as "The Melodramatic Mexican" by my students and friends, so that's one of my passions: my Mexican/Chicana/o heritage. I am also passionate about the promotion of US Latina/o and Latin American theatre in the U.S. I earned my B.A and M.A. in Drama at Cal State L.A. in 1966-67 and started teaching high school drama in 1966 LONG BEFORE "GLEE" hit the little screens. I went on to earn my Ph.D. in Dramatic Art at UC Santa Barbara in 1974... Read More →

Robert Schanke

ATHE Vice President for Awards

Friday August 3, 2012 8:00am - 9:30am
Glacier, Second Floor 400 New Jersey Ave NW Washington, DC 20001 USA

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