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KQED Praises Bogad Book as Essential Work by a Radical Performing Artist

An online KQED article has selected Performing Truth: Works of Radical Memory for Times of Social Amnesia by Professor L.M. Bogad as an “essential new book by a radical performing artist.” The piece by Nicole Gluckstern goes on to say “Bogad’s book offers a variety of road-tested activist artist tactics to create moments of creative protest and inspire radical consciousness.”

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Mindy Cooper Directs “Still Will Be Heard” for Mondavi Center

Professor Mindy Cooper is the director of Still Will Be Heard which shows at the Robert and Margrit Mondavi Center for the Performing Arts on Nov. 17, 18 and 19 at 7:30 p.m.

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L.M. Bogad Receives Guggenheim Fellowship

Professor L.M. Bogad, chair of the Theatre & Dance Department and member of the Performance Studies Graduate Group, has been awarded a Guggenheim Fellowship from the John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation. Bogad received his fellowship for his achievements in the category of Theatre Arts and Performance Studies.

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American Theatre Magazine Spotlights L.M. Bogad’s Activism

American Theatre Magazine has spotlighted Professor L.M. Bogad, chair of theatre and dance, for his efforts as an activist clown during the 2020 presidential election. In an article titled “Send in the Activist Clowns,” writer Nicole Gluckstern details the work of numerous performers who used street theatre to provoke laughter and political introspection nationwide. 

To read the article, visit the American Theatre Magazine website.   

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