Weissman Talks at Baruch College - James Fenimore Cooper

James Fenimore CooperBaruch Performing Arts Center

and the Weissman School of Arts & Sciences

at Baruch College




An onstage dialogue series that explores a topic central to the liberal arts,

inspired by a production at Baruch Performing Arts Center.

James Fenimore Cooper:

A Discussion of the Life and Works of the Early 19th Century Novelist

Saturday, May 2, 2009 @ 1pm

Free Admission

In conjunction with the theatrical production of “The Spy” by James Fenimore Cooper,

produced by The Acting Company at Baruch Performing Arts Center in early May 2009,

the Weissman Talks Onstage Dialogue series

will present a special discussion

on the life and works of the early 19th Century novelist

James Fenimore Cooper.

Dr. Wayne Franklin,

Director of American Studies at the University of Connecticut

(who also sits on the Board of the Cooper Society).

Professor Duncan Faherty

of Queens College/CUNY

will share his work as a Cooper Scholar.

Jeffrey Hatcher,

who adapted “The Spy” to the stage at Baruch

for The Acting Company

will discuss the experience behind the theatrical adaptation.

Admission is free.

Baruch Performing Arts Center

Baruch College

55 Lexington Ave., NYC

(Enter on 25th St bet. Lexington & 3rd Aves.)

For reservations or more information,

call the Box Office

(646) 312-4085 or 5073



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