SPOTLIGHT SYMPOSIUM: Student Activism and the Power of Resistance

Student Activism and the Power of Resistance Sunday, October 21st at 3:30 pm. Meyers’ play We Will Not Be Silent depicts the true story of German college student Sophie Scholl and her crusade as the leader…

Art and the Spoils of War: the societal impact of art theft and forgery

Art and the Spoils of War: the societal impact of art theft and forgery Sunday, March 25th at 3:15pm Email symposium@newrep.org to reserve your complimentary spot! PANELISTS: Elisa Germán (moderator), doctoral candidate at Boston University Dr. Lauren Fogle, historian…

Artistic Protest: Delving deeper into STATEMENTS AFTER AN ARREST UNDER THE IMMORALITY ACT playwright Athol Fugard’s stance against apartheid

Artistic Protest: Delving deeper into STATEMENTS AFTER AN ARREST UNDER THE IMMORALITY ACT playwright Athol Fugard’s stance against apartheid NEW DATE: Sunday, February 25th following 2pm matinee Email symposium@newrep.org to reserve your complimentary spot! PANELISTS: Kyna Hamill (moderator), Assistant…

REMEMBRANCE: Reflections of those who served during the AIDS epidemic

LONELY PLANET Panel: Reflections of those who served during the AIDS epidemic NEW DATE: Sunday, March 4th at 3:30pm BlackBox Theatre | Mosesian Center for the Arts Email symposium@newrep.org to reserve your complimentary spot! PANELISTS: Kyna Hamill (moderator), Assistant Director…

Spotlight Symposium – David Mamet: Playwright and Provocateur

Theatre artists, area academics, and experts explore and discuss ideas related to the play and how they impact our world. This event is free and open to the public! Email symposium@newrep.org to reserve your complimentary spot! SPOTLIGHT SYMPOSIUM OLEANNA Wednesday, November…

City of Neighborhoods: Melding and Reclaiming Ethnic Identity

A Spotlight Symposium

Studying Mary: Questions of Faith

following 2pm performance of The Testament of Mary

Whose Holy Land: Tradition, History, and Conflict

following 2pm performance of Via Dolorosa

Bioethics: The Future of Medicine and Human Rights

Spotlight Symposium

Examining Arthur Miller: How Life Influences Art

BROKEN GLASS Spotlight Symposium