The Library's Learning Zone and e-Reserves Coordinator, Lindsay Gibb, is also the author of an award-winning book that explores Nicolas Cage's style of acting. In preparation for her book, she spent a year and a half researching the actor's various approaches to his profession and interpreting the intentions behind his choices. During this iteration of Research Wednesday, Lindsay will discuss the process of researching an acting style and explaining a misunderstood artist to a general audience.
Elizabeth Morris, MDes (2016) student in the Inclusive Design program, has a starring role in Ultrasound, the debut play from Adam Pottle. The play explores the relationship between a hard-of-hearing wife and Deaf husband and their perspectives towards Deaf culture as they learn whether their child will be hearing or Deaf.
Ultrasound runs from April 28th to May 15th at Theatre Passe Muraille.