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The Faculty Strut - RHINOFEST 2010
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The Faculty Strut - RHINOFEST 2010
The Rhinoceros Theater Festival has long had a loose and healthy relationship with the MFA Writing Program at the School of the Art Institute. Work developed for the stage and the page by faculty, graduates and current students has been presented in the Rhino for the past ten years. This year we celebrate that contribution by presenting new work by four of the developers: Calvin Forbes, Anne Calcagno, Sara Levine and Amy England.

ANNE CALCAGNO
(Reading from "Love Like a Dog")
Anne Calcagno is the recipient of NEA and Illinois Arts Council Fellowships. She has a short story collection entitled Pray for Yourself (from TriQuarterly Books, Northwestern University Press) and has published in the North American Review, Epoch, TriQuarterly and a number of other publications.

AMY ENGLAND
(Reading from "The National Council on Dream Safety")
Amy England has two books of poetry, The Flute Ship Castricum and Victory and Her Opposites: A Guide, both from Tupelo Press. She teaches classes on surrealism, detective fiction, poetics, art and politics, and ekphrasis. She will read and show announcements from her current project, The National Council on Dream Safety.

CALVIN FORBES
(Reading from selected work)
Calvin Forbes is professor of Liberal Arts and Writing and a recipient of an Illinois Arts Council Grant, NEA Grant, and a Fulbright Teaching Fellowship. His books include Blue Monday, From the Book of Shine, and The Shine Poems. He has published in Yale Review, American Scholar, Poetry Magazine, Black World, Iowa Review, Prairie Schooner, and Ploughshares, among others.

SARA LEVINE
(Reading from selected work)
Sara Levine is chair of the Writing Department at SAIC. She has published in Fence, Conjunctions, The Iowa Review, Sonora Review, Necessary Fiction, and Front Porch. Awards include a Mellon Fellowship in the Humanities; Best American Essays Notable Essays of 2001, 2003, 2006; Pushcart Prize Special Mention for Nonfiction; and Bridport Prize for Fiction, 2008.

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Prop Thtr
3502 North Elston Ave.
Chicago, IL 60618
United States


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Arts > Theatre

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