Return on Creativity | Staging Fairytales: A New Source for High-Demand Workforce Skills

A Return on Creativity Series Event

In this new collaboration with Marymount University, Return on Creativity will be exploring ongoing facets of art and design.

In an increasingly competitive workforce environment, theater and fine arts are becoming a valued source of high-demand skills and abilities among graduates.

Join a panel at Marymount University to hear about why fairytales are so prevalent and important to both society and the business talent pool. Hear from area theater companies, Marymount faculty and students in a conversation moderated and led by Dr. Amy Scott-Douglass, Associate Professor of English.

Sponsored by The Shakespeare Initiative at Marymount

Date: December 3, 2019
Time: 5:00 pm - 6:30 pm
Location: Marymount University, Reinsch Auditorium
2807 N. Glebe Rd.
Arlington, VA 22207
Fee: Free, Registration Required
Registration: Registration Now Closed
For more information, please contact:
Name: AED Events Team
Phone: (703)228-0831
Email: [email protected]

Panelists Include:

  • Neal Racioppo – Senior Director of Marketing and Communication, Shakespeare Theatre Company
  • Sarah Strehle Duke – Executive Director, Encore Stage and Studio
  • Emily Jonas – Director, and Joseph Aquilina, Gaston; The Arlington Players
  • Ruth McCuen – Co-director and Meghan Burke, MAG faculty advisor; Marymount Actors Guild
  • Dr. Amy Scott-Douglass, Dr. Katie Peebles, Dr. Kate Koppy –  arymount University English department faculty.

Performances by students in EN 212: Acting class and Marymount Actors Guild

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