Human Communication & Theatre

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Effective and creative expression of ideas is central to both a liberal arts education and to effective citizenship in a democracy. Studying human communication and theatre–among the oldest disciplines of study in Western civilization–gives students an opportunity to understand, assess, and perform the essential activity of self expression.

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Stieren Guest Lecture presents Kristin Newbom and W. David Hancock: Anthropocene

Anthropocene, a world premiere production written by Stieren Guest Artists Kristin Newbom and David Hancock, directed by Rachel Joseph, and performed by...

4/11 7pm
Theatre: "Anthropocene"

The Trinity Theatre program is excited to present the world premiere of Anthropocene, a new play by Stieren Guest Artists Kristin Newbom-Hancock and W. David...

4/30 8pm
2020-2021 Food For Thought Lecture Series

For more than 30 years, Trinity University faculty members and alumni have shared their expertise with colleagues and community members through the Food For...

5/4 5:30pm
2020-2021 Food For Thought Lecture Series

For more than 30 years, Trinity University faculty members and alumni have shared their expertise with colleagues and community members through the Food For...

5/25 5:30pm

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