Actors’ Theatre Would Like to Thank…

Actors’ Theatre would like to send a very special Thank You to the Woodrick Diversity Learning Center for being a major production sponsor for our first show of the 2010-2011 Season, Lines: the Lived Experience of Race.

The Diversity Learning Center offers a comprehensive, integrated, cross-cultural approach to diversity inclusion. Thousands of faculty, staff, students and community members benefit annually from our wide selection of diversity driven programs, many of which receive support through efforts of community collaboration and partnerships.

The Diversity Learning Center promotes the celebration of human differences through its programs and activities:

  • Educational Programs
  • Recognition & Scholarships
  • Women’s Initiatives & Partnerships
  • Community Partnerships
  • Diversity Development Services

Actors’ Theatre patrons may also enjoy the Woodrick Learning Center’s selection of though provoking speakers. The Diversity Lecture Series is intended to give insight and understanding of multicultural issues to the West Michigan Community. The series is designed to introduce an essential component of education in helping audiences consider perspectives other than their own, encouraging civil debate, broadening the basis for critical thought and promoting cultural understanding. The Lecture Series is intended to recognize the trailblazers in the civil rights movements and those who challenge mainstream assumptions. We offer our community an opportunity to enhance mutual understanding and to build mutually beneficial relationships for the improvement or individuals and our campus and society as a whole. The series provides a forum for faculty, staff and students to deepen their knowledge and awareness of issues and opportunities for change in our global society.  (Read more about the Woodrick Learning Center Diversity Lecture Series here.)

Schedule 2010-11

All lectures begin at 7:00 pm at Fountain Street Church, 24 Fountain NE. For more information, please call (616) 234-3390.

* Free and open to the public
* On-campus parking $3.00 (with discount pass)

Click here to download a flier with the complete 2010-11 schedule.

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