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'Paris' sets the stage for ethics event
By Leslie King | Emory Report | Aug. 24, 2012
A playwright and actors will offer selected readings from a new play, "What I Learned in Paris," followed by a film clip then discussion of ethical issues Tuesday, Aug. 28, at 7 p.m. 102 Ethics Center.
Playwright Pearl Cleage will select scenes to read. "They will prep the discussion, describing what’s about to happen, setting the audience’s imagination," says Tanya Anderson Woodward, Center for Ethics communication manager.
The play, written by Cleage and directed by Susan V. Booth, will debut at the Atlanta Arts Center’s Alliance Theatre on Sept. 5 through Sept. 30.
This kicks off the Emory Center for Ethics’ annual Ethics & Arts Initiative programming, a series of performance, readings and discussions. All events are free and open to the public.
For more information, contact Anderson Woodward at 404-712-8307.