April 30: From Page to Stage Series - Race: Are We So Different?

04.20.2018 12:00:00
From Page to Stage Series - Race: Are We So Different?

Writers' Theatre is proud to present the thirteenth annual From Page to Stage series. This comprehensive series of special events, lectures, workshops, and performances are designed to enhance and enrich your appreciation of Smart People.

Monday, April 30, 2018 at 7 pm
Hosted by Vernon Area Public Library | 300 Olde Half Day Rd., Lincolnshire, IL 60039

Smart People examines the role that race plays in the lives of four particular people, whose personal and professional lives become intertwined. To take a deeper look at the idea of race, Joy Bivins (Director of Curatorial Affairs at the Chicago History Museum) shares highlights from the Chicago History Museum exhibit: Race: Are We So Different?Open now through July 15, Race is the first national exhibition to tell the stories of race from biological, cultural and historical points of view.  

This event is FREE and open to the public. RSVPs are requested to reserve your seat. To reserve your seat, please clickhere.

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