From the dazzling imagination of one of America's most passionate and powerful young playwrights comes this critically acclaimed, thrilling retelling of the plight and fate of Judas Iscariot.
The Trialogue was founded to encourage communication and understanding between the three Abrahamic faiths.
Iris Morales and Andrew Padilla will give a brief presentation on their careers as activist filmmakers, followed by a discussion and Q&A.
FAU's Libraries and the Jewish Cultural Society will present "Fiddler on the Roof: In Concert," along with Aaron Kula's 23-member Klezmer Company Jazz Orchestra (KCJO) and a cast of 16 principal singers.
The exhibition features the work of Sharon Daniel, who creates interactive and multimedia installation projects that document the criminal justice system.
Foreign Policy Association Fellow and FAU Professor Jeffrey Morton has published across several important fields including international law, security studies and international relations.
Eight scholars from around the country who have served as members of the readers committee for the Elie Wiesel Prize in Ethics Essay Contest will talk about their collaborations with Wiesel.
"Community Justice: The Black Panther Party and Other Civil Rights Movements," explores and examines the social justice movements of the late 60s and early 70s.
In Gregory's new play, a self-made woman does her crafty best to protect her wayward children, keep her food truck business thriving, and impart some kind of moral code in a city battling collapse.