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Friday, March 1 • 1:00pm - 2:15pm
Health Awareness: Grant-Funded Theatre Devised to Educate Audiences

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Creating compelling theatre can serve health and wellness missions. From the proposal to the production, take a close look at the process by which NSU's Department of Performing and Visual Arts created a commissioned play about breast health.

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Bill Adams

Associate Professor/Coordinator of Performing Arts, Nova Southeastern U
An Estill Voice International and Acting with Archetypes Certified Master Teacher, Bill J. is also an Art Song specialist, opera and musical theatre performer, arts administrator, and associate professor at Nova Southeastern University. Specializing in character work, Bill J. premiered... Read More →
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Mark Duncan

A private, co-educational, four-year, liberal arts college of 1100 students on a beautiful 60-acre campus in S. Carolina, Newberry College Theatre
Degrees offered: Bachelor of Arts in Theatre with concentration in Acting, Directing, and/or Technical theatre. At Newberry College, students work with professors to produce 2 - 3 productions per academic year. There are also many opportunities for student-directed and designed productions... Read More →


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