U-M RC Cultures in Dialogue


Honor, Shame, & Sacrifice. . .

Scenes from contemporary European Plays

April 20, 8:10 pm

U-M Residential College Theater

Szenenfoto: Ehrensache

"Man, why is it, you can't just say to a guy, you don't want to.?. . . You think you got some sort of rights over me or something?"

The students in Janet Hegman Shier's Cultures in Dialogue course (RC Hums 334) will present

scenes from contemporary European plays:

Ehrensache (A Matter of Respect), Gelbe Tage (Yellow Days) and Die Bombenfrau (The Bomb Woman).

Each of the plays explores, in part, issues related to integration,
ethnic and cultural identity, and/or women's issues.

Presented in German and English.

Recommended donation of 2 cans of food or $5
Food donations will go to Ann Arbor Food Gatherers
Monetary donations will help us purchase English-language materials for "at risk" pupils in Neukölln (Berlin)
to be used in our upcoming Service Learning Literacy Corps intervention in Berlin (May 2009)

Sponsored by: U-M Residential College German Program

Regie: Janet Hegman Shier

Mit: Emily Coppess, MacKenzie Grattan, Chris King, Lauren Kozyra, Sean Niemisto,

Alyssa Roehmer, Kristin Schultes, Robert Teixeira, Kristen Williams

Links: eRC Deutsches Theater home page

The RC German Program home page

• RC Dt. Theater Spring Break '07 trip

photos from 2005 photos from Displaced Stories, Aphotos , more photos, & more photos!pril 2006