Performance Ensemble is an extracurricular program that stages original and innovative productions, original scripts, poetry, prose fiction and nonfiction, oral histories for campus and community audiences. Students develop solo and group performances for university festivals, local schools, and libraries. Students also learn how to make installation art, to consider and play with the avant-garde, use multi-media, and to use their own creative talents to produce work that makes people think, transform, analyze, and activate. Performance Ensemble creates work dedicated to cultivating social justice. Our performance scholarship interrogates, narrates, critiques, and offers visions and strategies for social change within an unjust world. We welcome new members at any time and encourage student creativity, participation, and input.
Think. Create. Perform.
Fall 2009 Meetings: 6:30-8:30 in MZ 217
Directed by Dr. Jeanine Minge
For more information:
- The Towne of Bathe
- Mess America: A Nation in Various States of Dis-dress
- Performance West: Transforming Performance(s)
- Weaving and Stitching Stories of Sexual Assault and Violence
- Walking and Nonwalking in Northridge
- Fifteen Cents
- Survival Moments
- The Barbie Chronicles
- Introduction into Assimiland
- Workshop with Nick Slie of Mondo Bizarro
Get involved, join the audience, or perform!
For more information on the Performance Ensemble, please contact:
Dr. Jeanine Mingé.