SAM'S SALON:WHAT IS THIS THING WE CALL LOVE?
Ever wonder where love comes from? Is it mostly chemical? Largely psychological? Can it be captured? Is there a short cut to finding love? Join Artistic Director Sam Woodhouse for a no holds barred conversation. His guests are: sexologist, sociologist and intimacy expert Dr. Jenn Gunsaullus; UCSD Cognitive Scientist and expert on the neurobiology of attraction Dr. Mike Datko; and Dr. Patty Mangini, Clinical Psychologist, Imago Therapist and workshop presenter. Sam’s Salon is Sponsored by Suzanne & Lawrence Hess
Mixed and Produced by Ahmed K. Dents
R. Buckminster Fuller was famous for his ability to inspire those he taught and worked with to dedicate their lives to the improvement of life on "Spaceship Earth." Join Artistic Director Sam Woodhouse as he hosts a group of devoted and accomplished local doers who have been inspired by Bucky’s philosophy. Sam’s guests are: Bobbi DePorter, President of Quantum Learning Network and the author of “Excellence in Teaching and Learning”; Dr. Brian Keating, Professor of Physics atUCSD; Sheldon Brown, Director of the Arthur C. Clarke Center for Human Imagination;and Global Energy Network Institute founder Peter Meisen. Sam's Salon is sponsored by Suzanne and Lawrence Hess
In our 40 year history, The REP has developed many worldpremieres that have won local and national awards andgone on to be performed around the country. THE HISTORY (and Mystery)OF THE UNIVERSE is one of the most successful – having been producedin Los Angeles, San Francisco, Seattle, Chicago, Boston and WashingtonD.C. Associate Artistic Director Todd Salovey welcomes playwright HerbertSiguenza (A Weekend with Picasso, Steal Heaven and the 2014 SD TheatreCritics best new play El Henry), REP Literary Manager and dramaturg DanielleWard and Dawn Moore, REP Board of Trustees member and dramaturg toreveal our process of nurturing a great idea into a fully produced REP play.
Arthur Wagner was a towering figure in the world of theatre - an exquisite actor, a visionary educator, a peerless mentor and the person who put the UCSD Theatre Department on the map and San Diego REP in the Lyceum! REP Associate Artistic Director Todd Salovey (a former student of Arthur’s) hosts a revealing conversation about Arthur’s creative legacy. Todd’s guests are actress, voice teacher, and close personal friend of the Wagner’s Eva Barnes and REP co-founder and Artistic Director Sam Woodhouse.
Produced and mixed by Ahmed K. Dents