COOPER BROADSHEET: October 2014

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SPECIAL EVENTS ISSUE!

We have a bunch of great events coming up.  Here’s the overview, with details below.  All events sponsored by the Cooper Honors Program in English are FREE and OPEN TO THE PUBLIC.

Oct. 20: MFA Application Introduction: Derrick Austen, Rob Bruno, Suzi Garcia: 3:30pm SH 205

Oct. 23: Student conference in affiliation with the Arkansas Philological Association Conference.

Oct. 23-25: Arkansas Philological Association Conference

Oct. 29: Jeff Cowton (Dove Cottage / Wordsworth Trust): 6:30pm, DSC-G

Nov. 3: Jean-Robert Cadet: 6:30pm, Stella Boyle Smith Auditorium

Nov. 13: Sam Shepard’s Fool for Love: Special Performance by the Precipice Theater. 

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Oct. 20: MFA Application Introduction: Derrick Austen, Rob Bruno, Suzi Garcia: 3:30pm SH 205.  Contact Prof. Nickole Brown (lnbrown@ualr.edu).

MFA

Oct. 23: Student conference in affiliation with the Arkansas Philological Association Conference.

Oct. 23-25: Arkansas Philological Association Conference

Hosted by the University of Arkansas at Little Rock, The UALR Department of English & The Linguistics and Language Arts Working Group

To be held at the Arkansas Studies Institute,
A Department of the Central Arkansas Library System,
& the Little Rock Convention Cente

For more information, contact Dr. Jeremy Ecke (jsecke@ualr.edu).

Oct. 29: Jeff Cowton (Wordsworth Foundation): 6:30pm, reception at 6:00pm, DSC-G.  Contact Dr. Paul Yoder (rpyoder@ualr.edu).

Cowton

 Nov. 3:  Jean-Robert Cadet: 6:30pm, Stella Boyle Smith Auditorium.  Contact Dr. Laura Barrio-Vilar (lxbarriovil@ualr.edu).

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Cadet2

Nov. 13: Sam Shepard’s Fool for Love: Special Performance by the Precipice Theater.  Performance, followed up with an extensive Q&A.  Also, two master classes: one in developing performances for high school students and one about writing successful dialogue in screenwriting.  Specific details TBA.

Along with coaching new talent, Precipice Theatre features veteran actors from Central Arkansas as well as actors from both coasts. Many of the cast members have been formally educated through entities and institutions such as the American Academy of Dramatic Arts, Stanford, Pepperdine University, Princeton, The Howard Fine Studio, The National Theatre in London and The University of Edinburgh. Precipice Theater is produced by Heather Smith and Ricco Ardemagni. Join the group online at facebook.com/lrprecipice. Those interested in learning more are encouraged to email (lrprecipicetheatre@gmail.com).

For more information, contact Dr. Brad Minnick (jbminnick@ualr.edu).

 

As usual, if you have problems with the page, or you see errors, please contact Doc Yoder at rpyoder@ualr.edu.

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