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Religion & Theatre [clear filter]
Thursday, March 6
 

5:30pm

Quo Vadis? The Christian Theatre Artist in the 21st Century
Three professional actor/teachers, who have all taught in an MFA in Acting Degree Program, explore the challenges of being a person of faith committed to a career in the professional theatre.

Speakers
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Scott Hayes

Dean, School of Visual & Performing Arts, Liberty University
Scott Hayes is the dean for the School of Visual & Performing Arts at Liberty University. He is is a professor in the Department of Theatre Arts, where he directs and teaches the Meisner acting approach. Scott is a member of SAG/AFTRA and AEA, and has been teaching and administering... Read More →
avatar for Michael Hill-Kirkland

Michael Hill-Kirkland

Chairman, Department of Theatre Arts, Regent University
Michael Kirkland, Ph.D., MFA, is a senior faculty member in the Department of Performing Arts and Music at Regent University, in Virginia Beach. He currently serves as coordinator for the MFA in Acting degree program. A member of Actors Equity Association since 1978, he is a professional... Read More →
avatar for Mark Paladini

Mark Paladini

Professional in Residence, Regent University
Mark Paladini csa studied acting with Uta Hagen & appeared in the world premiere of Ain Gordon’s End Over End in NYC. His entry into the casting world involved directing hundreds of commercial auditions for a group of innovative New York commercial casting directors in the 1980’s. Film/TV casting credits include New Line Cinema's The Mask & Mortal Kombat, Disney's Spy Hard and Richard Attenborough's final film, Closing the Ring. TV casting credits include Bablyon 5 and Beverly Hills, 90210. Mark is the US Casting Director and Co-Executive Producer of indie feature... Read More →


Thursday March 6, 2014 5:30pm - 6:45pm
RV Jubilee Suite
 
Friday, March 7
 

10:30am

CANCELED: Fringe Festival: Religion & Theatre Short Works
The show will be a collection of original short pieces developed by students from various universities. The pieces will reflect the interests of the Religion & Theatre committee in that they will deal in some way with religion/spirituality.
Lighting sponsored by Magnum Companies; Sound sponsored by Showbiz Theatrical Services Inc.

Speakers
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E. Bert Wallace

Associate Professor, Campbell University
E. Bert Wallace is an Associate Professor of Theatre at Campbell University in Buies Creek, NC. In addition to teaching, writing, and directing, he is also Director of the Drama & Christian Ministry Program and Co-Director of the College of Arts and Sciences Honors Program. For SETC... Read More →


Friday March 7, 2014 10:30am - 11:00am
RV Bon Secour Bllrm

1:00pm

Religion & Theatre Interest Meeting
For any and all who are interested in religion and theatre and how they connect. Bring your thoughts, suggestions, and enthusiasm.

Speakers
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E. Bert Wallace

Associate Professor, Campbell University
E. Bert Wallace is an Associate Professor of Theatre at Campbell University in Buies Creek, NC. In addition to teaching, writing, and directing, he is also Director of the Drama & Christian Ministry Program and Co-Director of the College of Arts and Sciences Honors Program. For SETC... Read More →


Friday March 7, 2014 1:00pm - 2:15pm
RV Schooner Suite

7:00pm

Christians in Theatre Arts (CITA) Networking Session
Meeting for anyone interested in Christianity in Theatre Arts.

Speakers
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Dale Savidge

Chair, Theatre Department, North Greenville University
Dr. Dale Savidge (Professor, Chair Department of Theatre at North Greenville University) earned a PhD in English and Theatre from the University of South Carolina. He was instrumental in founding Christians in Theatre Arts in the mid 1980s and is its current Executive Director. He... Read More →


Friday March 7, 2014 7:00pm - 8:15pm
BH Leinkauf