Interactive, intimate, and intensely engaging. The INsiders is a unique club for our most literary-minded patrons: the perfect way to exchange ideas on our plays while—yes!—supporting our theatre at the same time.
INsiders come together on select Tuesday evenings for lively discussions revolving around each of the season’s plays. You’ll enjoy refreshments and meet new friends as guest scholars offer fresh perspectives on the season’s plays. Membership includes a copy of the play script to read and review!
Participate in two exciting, specialized workshops throughout the season! INsiders might…
- Walk through the Designer Process
- Examine a Playwright’s Past
- Explore the realms of World Drama
Travel deeper into the heart of each play with like-minded literature lovers in a comfortable, convivial setting.
All meetings occur on Tuesdays from 7 – 9pm at A Noise Within theatre
2016-2017 BEYOND OUR WILDEST DREAMS SEASON
September 20, 2016 (Arcadia)
October 18, 2016 (The Maids)
November 15, 2016 (The Imaginary Invalid)
February 21, 2017 (King Lear)
March 21, 2017 (Ah, Wilderness!)
April 18, 2017 (Man of La Mancha)
Attend all 6 meetings:
$250 per individual | $450 per couple
Attend 4 meetings of your choice:
$200 per individual | $400 per couple
Interested but not sure? Ask about auditing a class and our pro-rated class prices!
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INsiders Speaker Biographies
Guest Speaker Julia Greer»
Guest Speaker Hillary Miller»
She has taught writing, theatre, and oral communications at Stanford University, Baruch College (CUNY), and Marymount Manhattan College. She received her Ph.D in Theatre from the CUNY Graduate Center, an MFA in Dramatic Writing from the Tisch School of the Arts, New York University, and a BA in Theatre and Women’s Studies from Dartmouth College.
Her playwriting has been produced in venues in New York including the Cherry Lane Theatre, Dixon Place, Manhattan Theatre Source, and HERE Arts Center, in addition to three international Fringe festivals (New York, Edinburgh, Washington DC). Her plays have been named as semi-finalists for the O’Neill Playwrights Conference, the Leah Ryan Fund for Emerging Women Writers, and the Reverie Productions Next Generation Playwriting Competition.
Other awards include an Association for Theatre in Higher Education (ATHE) Theatre History Focus Group Debut Award, a research grant for Lewis Mumford: Playwright (Graduate Center, CUNY), a Provost’s Digital Fellowship (Graduate Center, CUNY), a GC New Media Lab grant for Geographies of Performance in New York City, and a Bernard L. Schwartz Communication Fellowship (Baruch College, CUNY).
THE IMAGINARY INVALID
Guest Speaker Pierre Etienne»
Prior to moving to California, Professor Etienne spent six years as a lecturer at Tufts university and two summers at its European Center in Talloires, France, four years as an Assistant Professor at the University of Texas at Austin, and nine years as an Associate Professor and Director of the French Department at the University of Puerto Rico. He is currently Professor of French and Director of the French Program at College of the Canyons where he teaches French language, literature and civilization. He is also director of the College of the Canyons’ International Film Festival and Summer in Paris program and he teaches as a regular visiting professor at the Herb Alpert School of Music at the California Institute of the Arts.