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Professor Daniel Patterson of Theatre and Dance attended the National Festival of the Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival last week in Washington D.C. Professor Patterson was awarded the National Critics Fellowship and participated in workshops involving Theatre Criticism with Washington Post critic Nelson Pressley, NPR Theatre and Film critic Bob Mondello, and Web-based critics Tim and Lorraine Treanor. The workshop was led by Daniel Sullivan of the O’Neill Center’s National Critics Institute and National Critics chair, Mark Charney. Professor Patterson was invited to attend the O’Neill Center Critics Institute later this summer.

Also attending the Kennedy Center from TAD was student Molly Chase, who had won the opportunity to participate at the KCACTF National Festival as the regional winner of the Alcone Award for make-up and hair design for her work on The Threepenny Opera.

Barbara Ware, Modern Languages, attended the 63rd Annual Kentucky Language Conference at the University of Kentucky, Lexington, April 15-17. She participated on the panel “Descontento, identidad y obsesión en la literatura argentina.” Her paper, entitled “El cuerpo de Eva Perón: Una obsesión nacional” detailed the archetypal images of Perón in Argentine poetry, short stories and novels.

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