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Sep 26 , 2013

Beethoven and the Misfortune Cookies

Pasant Theatre

Written by Joni Ravenna
Directed by T.J. Castronovo
Starring Ernest Harden, Jr. as Kabin Thomas

Beethoven and Misfortune Cookies by award-winning playwright Joni Ravenna is a one-man show that examines the true story of Kabin Thomas (native of Detroit, MI), a University of Arkansas music professor who was fired in 2006 for using profanity in the classroom and stars Ernest Harden Jr. (“J. Edgar,” “White Men Can’t Jump”) who is a Los Angeles-based alum of the DOT and native of Detroit, MI. Kabin Thomas’ story brings attention to “controversial” teachers who present unique teaching strategies rather than standardized tests.

Sponsored in part by Gretel Rutledge, Department of Theatre, College of Arts and Letters, and the Office for Inclusion and Intercultural Initiatives.

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  • Sep 26 , 2013
  • Pasant Theatre
  • FREE Ticketed Event. Everyone must have a ticket to enter into performance.
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