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Communication Studies

Interpreters Theatre: "No Exit"

The 2012-2013 UNI Interpreters Theatre season opens with Jean Paul Sartre’s 1944 existentialist play "No Exit." The production, directed by Paul J. Siddens III, communication studies, tells the story of three complete strangers with pasts they are all reluctant to reveal, who find themselves in an unusual predicament. They have been led to a well-appointed room they are to share; where there is a door, but they can never leave; there are lights but they never go out; and it’s unbearably hot. Admission is free; tickets are available one hour before the production begins. Curtain time is 7:30pm.

Interpreters Theatre: "No Exit"

The 2012-2013 UNI Interpreters Theatre season opens with Jean Paul Sartre’s 1944 existentialist play "No Exit." The production, directed by Paul J. Siddens III, communication studies, tells the story of three complete strangers with pasts they are all reluctant to
reveal, who find themselves in an unusual predicament. They have been led to a well-appointed room they are to share where there is a door, but they can never leave; there are lights, but they never go out; and it’s unbearably hot. Admission is free; tickets are available one hour before the production begins.

Interpreters Theatre: "No Exit"

The 2012-2013 UNI Interpreters Theatre season opens with Jean Paul Sartre’s 1944 existentialist play "No Exit." The production, directed by Paul J. Siddens III, communication studies, tells the story of three complete strangers with pasts they are all reluctant to
reveal, who find themselves in an unusual predicament. They have been led to a well-appointed room they are to share where there is a door, but they can never leave; there are lights, but they never go out; and it’s unbearably hot. Admission is free; tickets are available one hour before the production begins. 

SAVE Forum Actors Showcase

Explore the complexities of relationships and the power of bystander intervention with the Students Against a Violent Environment (SAVE) Forum Actors. This performance allows for your own thoughts about gender stereotypes, consent and the roles of violence in our community, to be highlighted through audience participation.

SAVE Forum Actors Showcase

Explore the complexities of relationships and the power of bystander intervention with the Students Against a Violent Environment (SAVE) Forum Actors. This performance allows for your own thoughts about gender stereotypes, consent and the roles of violence in our community, to be highlighted through audience participation.

Creative Innovation: Using Your Creative Side to Solve Problems, Relate to People and Build a Business

Andrew Van Fleet and Kurt Vander Wiel will talk about how creativity factors into their specialty: the emerging User Experience (UX) field, which involves creating digital solutions for human interface in touchscreens, mobile devices, advanced vehicle dashboards and rich internet applications. Both UNI graduates, Van Fleet (’98) and Vander Wiel (’88) are leading partners of Visual Logic, a User Experience (UX) consulting firm based in Waterloo and serving clients worldwide. Combining their backgrounds in design (Andy) and computer science (Kurt), they will demonstrate how creativity plays a factor in everything they do.

Brother Wolf

The UNI Interpreters Theatre will present the play Brother Wolf. Blending folklore, myth, bluegrass music and mountain religion, Brother Wolf is an Appalachian adventure tale based on the story of Beowulf. Doors open at 7 p.m. Admission is free, but seating is limited.

Brother Wolf

The UNI Interpreters Theatre will present the play Brother Wolf. Blending folklore, myth, bluegrass music and mountain religion, Brother Wolf is an Appalachian adventure tale based on the story of Beowulf. Doors open at 7 p.m. Admission is free, but seating is limited.

Brother Wolf

The UNI Interpreters Theatre will present the play Brother Wolf. Blending folklore, myth, bluegrass music and mountain religion, Brother Wolf is an Appalachian adventure tale based on the story of Beowulf. Doors open at 7 p.m. Admission is free, but seating is limited.

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