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Wednesday, February 6 • 3:00pm - 5:00pm
PERFORMANCE: The Danube produced by Wofford College

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The Danube  by Marie Irene Fornes - KCACTF4 Invited Production
Produced by Wofford College.
Due to the unique staging approach there are limited seats for this production. We are presenting two opportunities to see it.  Wednesday, Feb 6 at 3pm and Thursday, Feb 7 at 10:30 am.  Tickets will be made available at the info table in the Marriott Lobby.
Performances are at the Wofford College Theatre - Richardson Auditorium.

María Irene Fornés (1930 - 2018)
America has produced no dramatist of greater importance than María Irene Fornés, a statement with which no serious person familiar with our literature and stage practice could disagree. She’s one of the greats: Her accomplishment is unimpeachable, enduring, protean. She ranks with Albee, Guare, and Mamet; with Caryl Churchill in England and the late Heiner Müller in Berlin. I have loved her work since I first started studying and thinking about playwriting. Her plays and productions altered my understanding of what theater is; what it aims at accomplishing; what it may demand of its audience; how it speaks to the political through the personal and vice versa; and the role beauty plays in the political, redemptive, transformational power of art. Fornés is a creator of worlds of tough, exigent, overwhelming beauty.
- Tony Kushner, Pulitzer Prize-winning author of Angels in America

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Richard "Buzz" Herman

KCACTF NPP National Chair, KCACTF / Unviersity of Central Missouri
Richard “Buzz” Herman is Professor Emeritus of Theatre and Dance at the University of Central Missouri. Buzz currently serves as the NPP National Chair for KCACTF. He is past Region V Chair of NPP, has served a member of the Region V Selection Team.  He has received three KCACTF... Read More →
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Elena Velasco

Elena Velasco is a theatre artist whose work encompasses many aspects of performance, production, activism and education. She firmly believes that through a redefined actor-audience relationship and a “multilingual” approach to performance, theatre can be the catalyst for change... Read More →
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Laura Smiley

Laura Smiley – is the NPP Co-chair for Region 2.  Associate Professor of Theatre at Slippery Rock University, Laura’s teaching includes focus on acting: Stanislavski, Uta Hagen & Shakespeare, directing styles, as well as, compassionate yoga practice to strengthen student wellness... Read More →