UC Berkeley Campus
- March 21, 2017
- 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM
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The Evolving Role of Theater in the 21st Century
As today’s culture is heavily influenced by more popular, commercial forms of art and entertainment, how do we keep a classical culture alive in the new world? Theatre is often seen merely as a traditional art form, a concept existing independently from the issues of the outside world. However, as A.C.T. artistic director and award-winning playwright Carey Perloff suggests, the theater should serve as “connective tissue” between the stage and the real world (LA Times). Perloff will explore from both a local and national perspective some of the pressing issues in American theater today, including the role of theater in regards to technology, politics, and diversity. Come join us this Tuesday, March 21st at 6pm.
Presented by The Berkeley Forum in partnership with the UC Berkeley Department of Theater, Dance and Performance Studies.
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