Course Enhancement: Staged reading of Spanish 347 plays.
IPLACe: The Interdisciplinary Performance and the Liberal Arts Center at Wake Forest University.
When you first imagined life on a college campus, you probably thought of a place filled with smart, inventive people having inspiring conversations about every subject imaginable. IPLACe exists to foster just that.
Drawing together artists, scholars, students, faculty, and staff from every corner of our campus, IPLACe uses performance collaborations—with Chemistry, Religion, History, Politics, Math, Romance Languages, Neuroscience, Documentary Film, and really anything else you can think of—to give us all a place, a time, and a reason to talk to each other about the things we care about.
Professor Brook Davis oversees Paisley Middle’s Drama Club as they perform “The Seussification of Romeo and Juliet.”
An April 29th performance from Sharon Andrews Development and Performance class, followed by food and conversation featuring acclaimed performer Ping Chong.
Shadow Ballads combined historically distinct artistic traditions into a Spring performance of puppet theatre, music and storytelling.
They Wouldn’t Bite, a devised piece, featured a cast that covered a spectrum of abilities.
Aging Reimagined facilitated exchange of ideas between faculty and students from multiple departments and schools as well as the external speakers and members of the Winston-Salem community.