100 Years of Arthur Miller
Dr. Jim Schlatter, Professor at the University of Pennsylvania
Thursday
October 8
6:00 pm
FREE but tickets must be reserved. Please call 609.652.9000
Campus Center Theatre
Lecture Series

Dr. Schlatter has been a member of the theatre faculty at the University of Pennsylvania for twenty-six years. He teaches a wide range of courses in performance, theatre history, dramatic literature, and public performance art. He holds a PhD from the City University of New York, and is a member of Actors’ Equity Association. Arthur Miller has been an integral part of Dr. Schlatter’s acting and teaching life, having performed as John Proctor in The Crucible in college and directed . . .

The Astronomy Show
Franklin Institute
Thursday
March 3
7:00 pm
FREE but tickets must be reserved. Please call 609.652.9000
Upper Township Middle School
Lecture Series

At the Upper Township Middle School | 525 Perry Road, Petersburg, NJ What does light have to do with the study of space? Everything! Examine the behavior of light to find out how we learn about objects that are too far away to visit. Then, see what light can show us about the Sun, Moon, planets and stars. It will be out-of-this-world science as we explore astronomy! Developed with support from NASA.

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for more!