UIS Theatre’s A DOLL’S HOUSE, PART 2

UIS Theatre’s A DOLL’S HOUSE, PART 2 Performances continue  April 7, 8, and 9 (This Thursday, Friday, and Saturday) at 7:30pm each evening.
Tickets are on sale at the UIS Ticket Office, Level 2, Performing Arts Center M-F: 10-5Call 206-6160 for tickets and information.
More ticket information is available here: https://www.uis.edu/theatre/tickets/
More information about the play is available here: 

Open Conversation with Luis Alfaro

UIS Theatre and the Luis Alfaro Residency Project (UIC), along with UIS’ “Our Stage, Our Voices” project, invite you to a special conversation with Associate Professor of Theatre Missy Thibodeaux-Thompson, “Our Stage, Our Voices” artist-in-residence Reggie Guyton, and Guest Artist, playwright Luis Alfaro (USC). They will share insights from their own experiences, and discuss the intersection of the arts, activism, community outreach, and creative collaboration. 

Women in Mexico: Feminism, Entrepreneurship, and Digital Platforms in Times of COVID

This event will feature two current professors and researchers from the University of Colima, Mexico (UCOL). Dr. Karla Kral will examine the role of feminist activism during the fourth wave feminism and Dr. Prado-Meza will explore a group of women entrepreneurs known as the “nenis” to help recover from the economic crisis driven by the COVID 19 pandemic and the policies that ensued. Both lecturers will discuss the role of digital platforms as strategies to communicate their messages from the Southwestern State of Colima, Mexico.