creative arts technical
service IT consultant, won the David Mamet Writing
Contest held by American Conservatory Theater.
MFA candidates at ACT performed a reading of Anderson’s winning
play, “Oklaholeanna,” on Jan. 26. In “Oklaholeanna,” dueling
characters John and Carol hawk their respective tell-all books on The
Oprah Winfrey Show.
Gail Dawson, assistant professor of art, has a solo exhibition, “It's
About Time,” at the San Marco Gallery at Dominican University in
San Rafael from Feb. 7 to March 9. On Feb. 27, Dawson will give a talk
at the gallery.
New music ensemble Earplay performs “Diary of a Journey,” a
mixed sextet composition by Richard Festinger, professor
of music composition, Feb. 11 concert at Herbst Theatre in
new compact disc by the Alexander String Quartet, the University's
quartet in residence, was recently released
by Foghorn Classics. The CD features compositions by Wayne Peterson,
professor emeritus of music.