“Mr. Darwin’s Tree” at TWU (Theatre Production & Panel Discussion)

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The TWU Faith and Science Club and the CSCA present an acclaimed theatre production starring Andrew Harrison, written and directed by Murray Watts–Followed by a panel discussion.

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Monday, Oct 31; 7 PM – 8:15 PM (Discussion panel afterward may end around 9 PM or so.)
Arrive at 6:30 PM to purchase tickets at the door.
Tickets can be reserved by emailing theatre@twu.ca (Reserved tickets that are unclaimed after 6:45 PM will be released to anyone at the doors to purchase.)
ADMISSION: $5/Student, $10/Regular
Location: Freedom Hall, RNT Building, Trinity Western University

The acclaimed British one-man play, Mr. Darwin’s Tree, will tour campuses this Fall 2016.  Produced by Scholarship & Christianity In Oxford (SCIO), the UK Centre of the Council for Christian Colleges & Universities (CCCU), and underwritten by the Templeton Religion Trust, actor Andrew Harrison will appear in performance to help students explore the life and work of Charles Darwin and his impact on science and religion. (Source)

 

PANEL DISCUSSION TO FOLLOW
 
TWU Panel Participants:
David Squires is moderating.

ABOUT MR. DARWIN’S TREE

Written by noted playwright and director Murray Watts, and starring leading British film, TV and theatre actor Andrew Harrison, Mr. Darwin’s Tree has been described as “a brilliant, fast-paced and beautifully detailed performance” (“Church Times”). “BroadwayBaby” reported that “Mr. Darwin’s Tree explores not only science, but religion, the divine intricacies of the soul, and what it is to be human…. A rare treat.”

Hailed at the Edinburgh Festival as “an elegantly conceived, clever and highly informative performance, overflowing with gentle humor and charm” (“Three Weeks”), the play explores the life and work of Charles Darwin within the contexts of science, faith and family.

A Panel Discussion will follow (Details TBA).

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