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Free Panel Discussion
in conjunction with "Course 86b in the Catalogue"
Presented by Salt Lake Acting Company and inspired by
Course 86b in the Catalogue, a comedic riff on evolution and time.
Join Museum paleontologist Carolyn Gale Levitt and others for this free panel discussion exploring the play's themes. The conversation includes the playwright and will cover everything from the past to the present, evolution, and relationships between men & women.
Kathleen Cahill, playwright.
Carolyn Gale Levitt, paleontology graduate student at the University of Utah and the Natural History Museum of Utah.
Kristen Hawkes, distinguished professor of anthropology at the University of Utah.
Anya Plutynski, professor of philosophy at the University of Utah.
Moderated by: Terry Gildea, news director at KUER.
This panel discussion is free and open to the public. Discounted tickets are available for the evening performance following the discussion. Refer to the "Friends of NHMU Discount" to receive $3.00 off per ticket by calling the Salt Lake Acting Company box office at 801.363.7522