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The Denver Project for Humanistic Inquiry offers free tickets to students - email dphi@msudenver.edu with questions or to RSVP


 

The Future of Europe

Image result for transatlantic partnership...and what it means for the Transatlantic Partnership

A discussion with members of the German Marshall Fund, and two European Ambassadors to the U.S., Italian Ambassador Armando Varricchio and Slovak Ambassador Ivan Korcok. 

September 17th, 2-3pm

Student Success Building, CAVEA


Indecent

Image result for indecent dcpaInterdisciplinary Panel Discussion and Performance at DCPA 

Free tickets for those who RSVP and attend the Pre-show Panel Discussion: RSVP by emailing dphi@msudenver.edu

Celebrate the Tony Award-nominated play “that deeply touches so much rich emotion about history and the theater, anti-Semitism, homophobia, censorship, world wars, red-baiting and, oh, yes, joyful human passion” (Newsday). Evoking the Jewish experience through traditional songs and dancing, this stirring production will leave you with a deeper appreciation for the art and experiences we often take for granted.

Pulitzer-winning playwright Paula Vogel tells the emotional true story of Sholem Asch’s groundbreaking play, The God of Vengeance, and the passionate artists who risked everything to share it. Many European productions of the provocative Yiddish story were highly successful in the early 1900s – even with a same-sex romance at its center. But when its Broadway debut was deemed “indecent,” it begged the question of who gets to decide what is considered art and what deserves to be censored. Follow the explosive tale through scandals, war and rewrites as a defiant, dedicated few refused to let it be silenced.


Join us for a topical panel discussion with academic leaders that explores the themes and issues of Indecent, followed by a performance of the play.

 

Speakers include:

Douglas Langworthy, DCPA's Director of New Plays

Cristina A. Bejan, Historian and Theatre Artist

Anahi Russo Garrido, Professor of Gender Studies

Carrie Colton, Professor of Theatre

September 18th, 5pm

Studio 11, Robert and Judi Newman Center for Theatre Education

Denver Center for Performing Arts 

1101 13th St, Denver, CO 80204


Universe 92: The Peas & Carrots

Image result for universe 92A D-phi scholar joins the cast at the Buntport theater for a post-performance conversation about the challenges of finding meaning in our increasingly techno-centric world. 

October 10th, 7-10pm

Buntport Theater


Jazz of the Past and Future

Image result for new bojairaThe internationally acclaimed Jazz-Flamenco group New Bojaira will perform and discuss the complex cultural history expressed in their music. This collaborative event is co-sponsed by the Honors Program and the Department of Modern Languages and Music. 

October 17th, 7pm

Recital Hall, King Center


Liyana

Image result for liyanaFilm Screening and Conversation with the Directors, Aaron and Amanda Kopp

Liyana is an award winning and genre-defying documentary that tells the story of five children in the Kingdom of Eswatini who turn past trauma into an original fable.  Liyana won the award for Best Documenary at the LA Film Festival and has a 100% rating on Rotten Tomatoes.

October 23rd, 4-7pm

Comcast Media and Technology Center, Tivoli Student Union


The Photons and Philosophy

Untitled logoInterdisciplinary Art tours at the Denver Art Museum’s Untitled Event

Tours are offered periodically throughout the evening, led by philosophers Vijay Mascarenhas and Adam Graves. 

October 25, 6–10pm

Denver Art Museum


D-phi Conversations at the Denver Film Festival

Image result for denver film festivalEvent details coming soon

November 1-7, TBD

McNichols Building


They Shall Not Grow Old

Image result for they shall not grow oldFilm Screening and Discussion

This critically acclaimed and ground-breaking documentary is produced and directed by Peter Jackson. In it, 100 year old film footage is stunningly brought back to life and in color to tell the story of WWI and the soldiers who lived it. This event is a collaboration with MSU's Film Studies’ Dr. Piturro and Veteran and Military Student Services. 

November 11th, TBD

TBD, Auraria Campus


A Doll's House

Image result for a dolls house dcpaPerformance and faculty-led Talkback. Details coming soon.

November 16th, TBD

Denver Center for Performing Arts


12th Night

Image result for 12th night dcpaPerformance and faculty-led Talkback. Details coming soon

December 8th, TBD

Denver Center for Performing Arts


 


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