The theater program will kick off its fall 2015-16 season with a series of plays in the annual Student-Directed One-Act Play Festival.
This year, the festival brings to life three short comedies by renowned playwrights David Ives, Jose Rivera, and Julia Jordan. The plays are entirely directed, performed, and produced by Rutgers–Camden students:
“Nightswim,” by Julia Jordan, directed by senior theater major Alexis Cabrera
“Tape,” by Jose Rivera, directed by senior theater major Alex Scheinberg
At 2 p.m., Ruth Direktor, curator of contemporary art at Tel Aviv Museum of Art, Israel, will discuss “Visions of Place” in the context of historical and contemporary Israeli art.
Discover the Rutgers–Camden advantage for your career and your life! Prospective undergraduate students and their families are invited to learn more about us at this open house.
Kelly Dittmar, an assistant professor of political science at Rutgers–Camden, and Perry Dane, a professor at Rutgers Law School, will discuss the U.S. Supreme Court’s ruling on same-sex marriage from a legal perspective and the implications of this ruling on the 2016 political campaigns.
The Paul Robeson Library at Rutgers University–Camden and the Nilsa Cruz-Perez Downtown Branch of the Camden County Library are presenting free, public screenings of an award-winning documentary chronicling the history of Latinos in the United States from the 16th century to the present day.
Gloria Bonilla-Santiago, a Board of Governors Distinguished Service Professor of Public Policy and Administration at Rutgers–Camden, will lead a discussion of this final episode.
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