Women at Noon presents ‘Communication Theatre: The Holocaust on a Personal Level’

On Wednesday, March 1, at noon in room 220-22 Lory Student Center, Women at Noon will present “Communication Theatre: The Holocaust on a Personal Level.”

Rosina Fernhoff, an actress from New York, has developed a riveting new way of experiential communication through her one-woman show. Fernhoff will present a short monologue from Shadows, a play written by her husband about a female Russian choreographer and her life under Stalin and the Holocaust.

These experiential presentations stir audiences as they encounter the past and share in the urgency of current realities on a very personal level. She will then discuss her style of “communication theatre,” the process of her work, and allow for direct dialogue.

Category: Events and Coming Attractions
Submitted: Thursday, February 23, 2006
Subject: Women at Noon
Contact: Linda M Hefner
E-mail: Linda.Hefner@colostate.edu
Phone: (970) 491-6384