History as Theater class debuts student-written documentary
'When Rebellion Becomes Revolution: A Play of Protest, Murder, Denial and Atonement' to be read April 25
Professor Joyce Antler’s History as Theater (American Studies 128b) has been busy this semester learning about documentary drama and writing its own. Using Brandeis archives and other historical materials, the class has probed student radicalism in an earlier generation, focusing on the famous case of Susan Saxe and Kathy Power (Brandeis, 1970).
Come out and see the students’ work and join in contemplation of the changing meanings of social justice on the college campus. The play, “When Rebellion Becomes Revolution: A Play of Protest, Murder, Denial and Atonement,” will be read in the International Lounge on Wednesday, April 25, at 7 p.m.
Seating is limited so please RSVP to Antler.
Categories: Humanities and Social Sciences