4th Annual Harold Clurman Festival

Stella Adler Studio
31 W 27th St, New York, NY 10001
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WHAT IS IT ABOUT?

The Stella Adler Studio of Acting will be holding its 4th annual Harold Clurman Festival of the Arts this fall, bringing artists and activists together to discuss the relationship between art and social activism. This year's festival will include poetry readings, symposiums, theater and dance performances, and panel discussions. Participating artists and activists will include Ellen Adler, Margie Gillis, David Amram, Sonia Sanchez, Ruby Dee , David Gonzalez, Maxine Greene, Janet Miller, Herb Kohl, Michelle Fine, Ann Bogart, Ben Cameron, Peter Meineck, and Paul Woodruff. Friday, September 18 7pm Harold Clurman Lecture Series with Ellen Adler, moderated by James Tripp Sunday, September 20 2pm: Maxine Greene and the Social Imagination; Location: 2G Social Imagination: Maxine Greene introduces her ideas about the Social Imagination and a panel (no more than 4 people and a moderator) of half artists and half educators respond; Event will begin with a performance by David Amram. 5pm Date TBD: Maxine Greene and the Social Imagination; Location: 2G Maxine's Writing: Maxine discusses her works and a panel responds to specific works of hers; Event will begin with a performance by David Gonzalez. Monday, September 21 6pm Date TBD: Maxine Greene and the Social Imagination; Location: 2G Maxine and the Artists: A conversation with Maxine and artists about the social imagination; Event will begin with a performance by Margie Gillis. 8pm MAD presents Decade at a Glance, Created and Directed by Joan Evans; Location: 2B or 2C Tuesday, September 22 7pm MAD presents Decade at a Glance, Created and Directed by Joan Evans; Location: 2B or 2C Wednesday, September 23 7pm MAD presents Decade at a Glance, Created and Directed by Joan Evans; Location: 2B or 2C Thursday, September 24 7pm MAD presents Decade at a Glance, Created and Directed by Joan Evans; Location: 2B or 2C Friday, September 25 7pm Lab Theater presents a reading of Antigone by Sophocles, translated by Peter Meineck and Paul Woodruff; Location: 2C or 2B Saturday, September 26 7pm Lab Theater presents a reading of Antigone by Sophocles, translated by Peter Meineck and Paul Woodruff; Location: 2C or 2B Sunday, September 27 2pm Lab Theater presents a reading of Antigone by Sophocles, translated by Peter Meineck and Paul Woodruff; Location: 2C or 2B Monday, September 28 (Time TBD) Closing Night panel: The Necessity of Theater with Paul Woodruff, Ben Cameron, Ann Bogart, Peter Meineck; Location: Lucille Lortel Theater (2G as back up)