Are You There, Mcphee? IN CONVERSATION:
Playing with the Memory Play

Saturday, May 19
Directly following the 3pm performance; approximate start time 5:30pm

Join us for an engaging and provocative on-stage conversation about the big ideas and themes explored in Are You There, Mcphee? 


henry giroux.jpg Cultural critic Dr. Henry Giroux, whose many influential books include The Mouse That Roared: Disney and the End of Innocence; Stealing Innocence: Corporate Culture's War on Children; and Youth in a Suspect Society.
MARITA Sturkin.jpeg Dr. Marita Sturken, chair of Media, Culture, and Communication at NYU’s Steinhardt School of Journalism. Her many groundbreaking books and articles investigate links between cultural memory, national identity, and visual culture.
Uri Hasson Dr. Uri Hasson, Assistant Professor of Psychology and the Princeton Neuroscience Institute. Some of Dr. Hasson’s recent work explores the ways in which story-telling creates sympathetic neural activity between the teller and listener.

We encourage you to attend this panel discussion on May 19 regardless of when you see Are You There, McPhee? The event is free and open to the public; no rsvp required.

The In Conversation series consists of illuminating symposium-style discussions among leading scholars, artists, and other public figures that foster cross-disciplinary exploration of big questions and concepts in McCarter’s plays. The 2011 – 2012 In Conversation Series is made possible by generous support from the Lewis Center for the Arts, and is produced in partnership with the Princeton University Art Museum’s year-long project Memory and the Work of Art.