Paragon Springs

Paragon Springs
A Play by Steven Dietz based on Ibsen’s An Enemy of The People

The middle-American town of Paragon Springs boils when Dr. Thomas Stockman pries into the contamination of its famous “healing waters”. Is he a hero of democracy or an enemy of the people?  The ensuing political gamesmanship pits truth against power, husband against wife, brother against brother.  Can the town survive?

In this vibrant, often funny, and highly theatrical re-imagining of Ibsen’s classic, Steven Dietz puts the lure of capitalism and the greed of small-town self-interest squarely on trial. This is an entertaining and illuminating drama set amid the birth of radio and the final roar of the 1920s.

Directed by Michael Mufson

Fridays, Saturdays 8pm; Sundays, 2pm; Thursday, 4pm

Performance Lab D-10
, Palomar College, San Marcos campus

$12 General, $10 Seniors and Staff, $8 Students


“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) AlTrujillo  (faculty, Earth Sciences) William Leslie (faculty, Philosophy)

October 5th, 6-6:50pm Room D5


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