Genius and insanity: CMC Theatre’s ‘Proof’ considers both sides of equation
David Auburn’s play “Proof” opens Feb. 7 at Colorado Mountain College in Spring Valley.
Catherine and her father Robert are alike in many ways, leaving Catherine to worry whether she’ll inherit his genius for math, his mental instability or both. Her sister Claire and her father’s student Hal help Catherine shed light on which it will be.
The cast of four features CMC theater students Cora Wettlin as Catherine and David Collier as Hal. CMC theater graduate Cassidy Willey plays the role of Claire, and veteran actor and director G. Thomas Cochran plays Robert. They are directed by Brad Moore.
The play will be performed Feb. 7, 8, 13, 14 and 15 at 7:30 p.m., with matinees Feb. 9 and 16 at 2 p.m. in the New Space Theatre at Colorado Mountain College in Spring Valley. Tickets are $15 for adults and $10 for students, seniors, staff and faculty and can be reserved at firstname.lastname@example.org or 947-8177, or purchased with cash or check at the door.
This is a free Academic Success Workshop, organized by the Roaring Fork Campus Learning Center. In this workshop we will learn about the steps taken to begin writing a successful essay. Meets in the Calaway Building, Room 119. All CMC students are welcome.
This is a free Academic Success Workshop, organized by the Roaring Fork Campus Learning Center. In this workshop we will learn about the steps taken to begin writing a successful essay. Meets in the Glenwood Center, Room 207. All CMC students are welcome.
Join the Student Success Center series – bring your lunch or dinner and join in the discussion led by Kearstin Cameron, Success Center Coordinator, and Debbie Arnold, College Counselor. Discussions take place Wednesdays from 5-5:50 p.m. and Thursdays from noon-12:50 p.m.
This week’s topic is What Type of Learner are You?
Discover your learning style and utilize the appropriate tools to help you become a better student. This workshop will help you know yourself better and provide you with ideas to be more successful in college.
Each of us has been blessed with some knowledge or wisdom that someone else was generous enough to share with us. CMC would like to honor this spirit of generosity by inviting you to the inaugural semester of our new Gift of Learning Series, a number of free lectures and workshops presented by CMC students and staff at our Lappala Center in Carbondale during the spring 2014 semester. Topics cover a wide variety of subjects.
Wednesday February 19 5pm
“Hanging Onto Hope” – Linda Singer Froning, Administrative Tech & Sustainability Student
Many of us are committed to finding sustainable solutions to some of the problems that are affecting our planet. Learning so much about the state of our world and how much needs to be done can leave us heartbroken and unable to move forward. What tools can we use to heal ourselves while we work to heal the planet?
To learn more, call 963-2172. Everyone is welcome to attend. There is no charge and no need to R.S.V.P.
Staff, Faculty, and Students are all invited to perform and attend. Sign up to perform on the door of the New Space Theatre, Calaway Academic Building. (Dress rehearsal will be from 2-5 PM on Wed., Feb. 19.)
The dapper JD Miller is our MC and the incomparable Brian (“Stand-up”) Tinker opens the show.
Let’s share our talent!
Immerse yourself in the literature of the Anglo-Saxons, a migratory, Germanic people caught between two worlds in the land of middle-earth: their ancestral homeland on the North Sea and the green isle of Britain. Explore the boundaries between strength and frailty, allegiance and honor and the isolation of exile: the fleeting transience of a short life and the hope of eternal rest: the fellowship of kinfolk and the bitterness of blood-feuds; the rise of usurpers and the fall of virtuous retainers. Experience epic poetry, elegis, riddles, sacred texts and historical prose while contemplating the identity of a civilized people that lived over a thousand years ago. This course will be offered twice, once from 2/20-3/6 and again from 3/20-4/10. Different texts will be read in each course, so students can take either course or both. Meets Thursdays, 2/20-3/6. Cost: $118. Refund date: 2/18.
Go to WebAdvisor Continuing Education to search (use the Syn #) and register and pay for class.”
The 14er Project is a Photography Exhibit by Derek Johnston, Associate Professor and Program Director of the Colorado Mountain College Professional Photography Program. The opening reception is at the Glenwood Springs Library: Friday, February 21, from 6 to 8 p.m. The exhibit runs February 18 – April 13. To learn more, visit 14erphotography.com.
This is a free Academic Success Workshop, organized by the Roaring Fork Campus Learning Center. In this workshop we will learn about two common grammatical mistakes: misplaced and dangling modifiers. Meets in the Calaway Building, Room 119. All CMC students are welcome.
This is a free Academic Success Workshop, organized by the Roaring Fork Campus Learning Center. In this workshop we will learn about two common grammatical mistakes: misplaced and dangling modifiers. Meets in the Glenwood Center, Room 207. All CMC students are welcome.