March 03, 2009

Screen Actors Guild President Returns to Cleveland


Screen Actors Guild President and theater alumnus Alan Rosenberg (ADL '72) is returning to Case Western Reserve University. The actor, whose screen credits include L.A. Law, Cybill and The Guardian, will appear on campus at noon on Thursday, March 5, for a free public talk.

The event, "The Business of Entertainment," will be held at the Mandel Center for Nonprofit Organizations in room 112.

Rosenberg is in town to guest direct Autobahn at the Cleveland Play House. The production features students from the Masters of Fine Arts in Acting program, a joint program between Case Western Reserve University and the Cleveland Play House.

Autobahn looks at a world in which we spend so much time in our automobiles and asks the question, "Do you ever look into another car and wonder, 'What's going on in there?' The play runs Wednesday, March 18, to Saturday, March 28. Purchase tickets online.

Posted by: Kimyette Finley, March 3, 2009 11:36 AM | News Topics: Alumnet, Alumni, Collaborations/Partnerships, Events, Students, features, news

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