Theatre’s Rhett Luedtke speaks at Legacy League luncheon Jan. 18

Theatre professor Rhett Luedtke will be a special guest speaker at a Legacy League (formerly George Fox Auxiliary) luncheon at noon on Friday, Jan. 18, in Canyon Commons.

Rhett will speak about the school’s commitment to developing “servant storytellers” with students dedicated to integrating faith and artistic excellence, the discernment process of planning the campus theatre season each year, the University Players touring group, and the drama department’s leadership role in the Big Bridge Theatre Consortium.

Rhett is recipient of the 2016 Kennedy Center Gold Medallion for Excellence in Educational Theatre, the 2010 National Directing Fellowship from the Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival, and the 2010 George Fox Undergraduate Teacher of the Year award.

In addition, he is the artistic director for the Big Bridge Theatre Consortium, which has 12 universities across the nation committed to developing new American plays dedicated to interfaith conflict and peace.

Reservations are required, with $10 payable at the door. Reservations, with a deadline of Jan. 16, may be made by calling Connie Magee at 503-927-5011 or Judy Woolsey at 503-538-7314.

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