In February of 2013, FSCJ Dramaworks presented The American Dream: A Literary Collage, a one-act play conceived, compiled, and directed by Prof. Harolyn Sharpe. This compilation of prose, poetry, drama, images, and music reflect on the American Dream. It includes powerful stories pulled from the Florida Times-Union and the local musical Another Sign, and is intended to start conversation about the struggles and victories of the American Dream.
The same evening, FSCJ’s Forensics team presented Stereotypes in Stereo Sound, written and directed by Prof. Chad Kuyper. This one act was compiled from pieces of prose, poetry, media, and dramatic scripts.
These shows ran as a double feature in the Black Box at FSCJ's Wilson Center for the Arts April 11-14, 2013.
A recording of The American Dream is available in Canvas Commons for viewing by FSCJ faculty and staff; currently there is no known existing video of Stereotypes in Stereo Sound. For instructions on how to access archival video in Canvas, please see ourFAQ.