ARC Winter Program
in Hartford and Baltimore with graduate degrees in Theology and Liberal
Studies, he was an academic and a Roman Catholic priest until 1992.
“I was,” he says, “always ‘on the boards’ in Albany,
Schenectady, Chicago, etc. doing original prose/poetry readings, a
substantial Shakespeare recital and above all, my beloved Greek
tragedies…the works of Aeschylus, Sophocles, and Euripides…principal
agents of a coming-to-life for me.”
Tillich Professor Emeritus of Theology & Culture at Union
Writer on Greek, Shakespearean and modern drama.
Author: Liberating Rites:
Understanding the Transforming Power of Ritual (Westview Press
friend of Marvin Halverson, Paul Tillich and Amos Wilder, he was present
at the creation of ARC.
PhD in English Literature.
Teaches in Religion Dept. at Coleraine College in Philadelphia.
She has taught ANTIGONE
in literature and mythology courses in various colleges.
She is a board member and program chair of ARC.
and designer who works in wood and other natural materials.
“Much of my work is in sacred spaces, so I am used to telling
stories by allusion and metaphor.
The biggest challenge with ANTIGONE
was making the masks large enough to hold their characters with an
absolute minimum of detail.”
He is also a qualified architect.
His work may be seen online at www.icarusfurniture.com.
J. Quinn, FAIA:
Professor Emeritus at Rensselaer where he was formerly Dean of
His award-winning church designs were published in Art d’Eglise,
Faith & Form, Kunst & Kirche, Architectural Record and most
recently in F. Debuyst:
Il Genius Loci Cristiano (2000 Sinai, Milan).
is an ARC board member.
Emeritus of English, Muhlenberg College. Author of several books on drama. Former President of ARC, now serving as Executive Director