October 5th, 6-6:50pm Room D-5
Global Warming, Facts and Fallacies: how do we “interpret” data? How is it presented, manipulated and potentially misrepresented, to the public?
Panelists: Chris Sinnott (faculty, Theatre & moderator) Michael Mufson (faculty, Theatre & director) Al Trujillo (faculty, Earth Sciences) William Leslie (Faculty, Philosophy)
Presented in connection with Paragon Springs - September 28 – October 7
For more information visit the PerformingHeArts Blog
The Telescope has a very nice article that goes into depth about the Performing Arts Department Coffee Talk Series. Visit by clicking here.
The Performing Arts Department is proud to welcome you to the second installment in our Coffee Talk series, which will be held on Friday, November 16th, in room D-5 from 6-7:20pm.
Francis Gercke (Performing Arts Department – Theatre, Acting/Directing) and Director of The Cider House Rules, Part One
Chris Sinnott (Performing Arts Department – Theatre, Design/Tech) and both Scenic Designer and Technical Director of The Cider House Rules, Part One
Cynthie Bond (Professor at Loyola Marymount in Los Angeles – Theology) and also a former Palomar Alumna
William Leslie (Behavioral Sciences – Philosophy)
“Abortion: Choices and Consequences”
We invite you to share a cup of coffee, your thoughts, and perhaps a story or two, with us as we hold an open, friendly, and frank conversation about this emotional issue which has become so prevalent in public debate.
Also, please invite your students, friends, and family to come and join us for this discussion, as well as the following evening of thought provoking performance in our theatrical production of John Irving’s The Cider House Rules, Part One. The Coffee Talk is free, and open to the public.
Ticket prices for The Cider House Rules, Part One, are:
$12 for General Admission,
$10 for Seniors (55+) and Palomar Staff Members, and
$8 for Students/Children.
Freedom to Think
Where do we come from? Why are we here? What are we supposed to be doing? Join the discussion. Free coffee, free thinking, free admission!
(Between the Saturday performances of The Search for Meaning and Inherit the Wind)
O2 Performance Studio, Palomar College, San Marcos Campus
Censorship of the Arts: To cut or not to cut?
Join the cast, crew and production team of The Philadelphia Story for a one-hour discussion on producing a “classic” play for a modern audience, and the challenges that can be presented in the text.
Thursday, November 14, 6pm; Studio Theatre
Free coffee, free thinking, free admission!