For the 2018-19 Theatre Season, we are planning to produce all works written by women or with significant contributions by women. The goal is to highlight, represent and celebrate the voices of women and the stories they want to tell. We also intend to showcase a diverse array of women’s backgrounds and perspectives. We also acknowledge that gender is fluid and exists on a spectrum. Therefore we will consider “women” in the most open...Read More
Palomar Performing Arts is creating a Collaborative Art Engagement Project based on the College Theme, “Better Together.” Our first step is to survey our community for their thoughts on two important questions related to the topic. This post provides the opportunity to answer the question, “What divides us?” Scroll down below the comments and use the “Add Your Thoughts” box to submit your answer. To answer...Read More
What Our Students Know About Racial Justice, Systemic Violence and Law Enforcement. A Report From Political Economy Days.
Description: This hands-on workshop will use the techniques of The Pedagogy and Theatre of The Oppressed to collectivize the participants’ knowledge in order to broaden and deepen our understanding of race relations in the USA. Together will examine our perceptions of the root and systemic conditions that have erupted into the devaluing of Black lives and those of other People Of Color, especially at the hands of Law Enforcement. With...Read More
On October 17, 2016, we invited our community to participate in the first rehearsal of the plays. Usually the first reading of a play to begin the rehearsal process is a mostly private event for the cast and artistic staff. In this case, the intention of the work is to create a springboard for dialogue, and so, the first rehearsal would not be complete without the first dialogue. Towards the end of the evening, participants will be pointed to...Read More
In a recent session of Molly Faullkner’s DNCE 102 Survey of Dance on Film, students watched and discussed Stormy Weather. In the comments to this post, they will share some of their reactions. Read the comments below and please, add your thoughts to the dialogue. Remember to be considerate and respectful in the way you choose to express your ideas.Read More