On the heels of last Saturday’s March for Science, Roger Gloss and Carl Mariz, activists with the local UN Sustainable Cities chapter, promote the local People’s Climate Action’s events on April 29. Information about 9-4 pm program is available at: http://occlimateaction.org/ and http://rogergloss.com/.
Then (min 26:15 ) on to this year’s Clare Trevor School of the Arts’ season’s theme “Them.” UCI Drama professor/dramaturg Daphne Lei and director/Ph.D. candidate Ricardo Rocha discuss the upcoming play “I Dream of Cheng and Eng,” with some special features and some firsts. The play will run at the Robert Cohen Theater from 4/29-May 7. Tickets are available at the UCI Box Office 949-824-2787 and http://www.arts.uci.edu/event/i-dream-chang-and-eng. In addition to the talk backs scheduled on 4/30 and 5/5, are the special forums: 5/4 “Making it in the Asian American “Showbiz” Conversation with Snehal Desai and 5/6, “Thrive in Difference: An Interdisciplinary Conference; “ additional information is available at: http://www.arts.uci.edu/event/i-dream-chang-and-enh and http://medicalhumanities.uci.edu/event/thriving-difference-symposium/ for reservations are necessary.