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Understanding and Preserving Mayan Theatrical Traditions

Mayan Theatre
Dr. Sarah Campbell
Understanding and Preserving Mayan Theatrical Traditions
 
March 13th, 2019
8:15 am MST
 
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Dr. Sarah Campbell, Assistant Professor of Theatre and Oral Communication University of Arkansas, Campus Queretaro, Mexico will be meeting with STEM School Highlands Ranch 6th-grade drama students and students from Nayarit Mexico to discuss Mayan Theatre.
 
Sarah Campbell is an assistant professor at Arkansas State University Campus Querétaro where she teaches courses in theatre and oral communication. She holds a Ph.D. in Theatre and Drama with a minor in Folklore and a certificate in Latin American and Caribbean Studies from Indiana University. 
LINK to Bio
 
Below are some resources to help you prepare for this journey into Mayan theatre traditions that still inspire us today.  
 
We encourage everyone to do some research and come with curiosity, questions. and ideas.
Thank you Elizabeth Nye for bringing this important cultural event to THE SYNK.
 
 
ZOOM INSTRUCTIONS: CLICK HERE FOR CALL-IN INSTRUCTIONS
 

Elizabeth Nye
Drama Teacher | STEM School Highlands Ranch
t 303-683-STEM (7836) | e elizabeth.nye@stemk12.org
8773 Ridgeline Blvd, Highlands Ranch, CO 80129
 
Gregg Cannady D.M.A.
Collaboration and Concept Development | STEM School Highlands Ranch
t 303-683-STEM (7836) | e gregg.cannady@stemk12.org
8773 Ridgeline Blvd, Highlands Ranch, CO 80129