More lead-in today to the Performing Arts Society of Acadiana’s Sunday stage presentation of “To Kill a Mockingbird.”
At 4:30 p.m. today at the Acadiana Center for the Arts downtown, the Acadiana Arts Council will present “Exploring Points of View through Drama: Walking in Another’s Shoes,” a workshop lead by Judy Thibault Klevins focusing on Harper Lee’s Pulitzer Prize-winning novel. The three-hour workshop is geared for teachers of grades 5 through 12 and focuses on helping students analyze literature. Registration is $10; $5 for employees of the Lafayette Parish School System. Call 233-7060 to register.
Tickets to Montana Repertory Theatre’s Sunday’s performance of “To Kill a Mockingbird” can be obtained through TicketMaster. For details, call PASA at 237-2787.
Is it a crime for citizens to photograph, video, or take notes of a police officer in the line of duty, or a right protected by the First Amendment of the U.S. Constitution? Locally, such activity, as witnessed recently, will at the very least result in a night spent behind bars.
David Calhoun and Elizabeth “EB” Brooks are the first two employees of Lafayette Central Park Inc., the nonprofit charged with turning Lafayette Consolidated Government’s 100-acre Johnston Street Horse Farm property into a passive public park. Calhoun was named executive director, and Brooks is director of planning and design.
Episcopal School of Acadiana’s Dr. Joshua Caffery, chair of the school’s English Department, is headed to Washington, D.C., and the Library of Congress as the latest winner of the Alan Lomax Fellowship in Folklife Studies.