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Austin Community College Faculty Publications, Research, Exhibitions, and Performances: Arts, Digital Media, & Communications

This guide is aimed at highlighting the academic accomplishments of our full-time and adjunct faculty's publications, research, exhibitions, and performances.

Bernhardt, Elizabeth - Professor, Drama

undefined The Power of Pretend

ISBN: 1660770343

 

Publication Date: Sword and Swan, 2020

 

Elizabeth Bernhardt loves Jesus. She also loves acting. But marrying the two has been a confusing endeavor. Even after trying to "make it" in New York and earning a graduate degree in theatre, the path still seemed unclear. As she continued to struggle with the boundary-blurring, temptations, and emotional struggles of the actor's life, Elizabeth knew there must be a better way.Part memoir, part research project, part Bible study, The Power of Pretend: An Actor's Struggle to Unite Faith & Work is Elizabeth's vulnerable invitation to wrestle alongside her as she seeks to take both her faith and her work seriously. It's a book for Christians and non-Christians, artists and non-artists. Asked with equal parts introspection and humor, investigation and poetry, The Power of Pretend contains a challenge for every reader: Why do you do what you do?

Dittmar, Timothy A. - Professor, Music, Business, Performance + Technology Department

Timothy A. Dittmar      Curriculum Vitae

Grant, Lyman - Professor, Arts and Humanities

Lyman Grant   Curriculum Vitae

 

Gullick, Charlotte C. - Associate Professor, Chair, Creative Writing Department

    

    

    Charlotte C. Gullick    Curriculum Vitae

    

Hoppe, W. Joe - Associate Professor, English and Creative Writing Departments

W. Joe Hoppe  Curriculum Vitae

“God Willing and the Creek Don’t Rise, Performance,100 Year Flood, FUSEBOX Festival, April 2-12, 2015, Lamar Boulevard Bridge over Lady Bird Lake, Austin, Texas. Ongoing, Web.

“Writing is Rewriting: Teaching Revision in the Creative Writing Workshop” – Joe Hoppe, Charlotte Gullick, Doug Dorst, Mary Helen Specht, and Jenn McClanaghan, National Conference, Association of Writers and Writing Programs, Minneapolis, Minnesota, 2015.


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