The Monday Morning Memo
The Voice of the Fine Arts, Kinesiology, Athletics & Communication Divisions at Foothill College
"Love is the most important thing in the world, but baseball is pretty good, too."
Monday, October 27, 2014, Volume XVIII, Number 7
Smithwick Parking Lot Update
Here's a surprise: there's work going on in the parking lot behind the Smithwick Theatre. Right now, the word is there's no parking on Wednesday, but as always, that could change.
Spring Forward, Fall Back
Daylight Savings time ends Sunday. Don't forget to set your clock back an hour, and remind your students as well!
Please check your email for my reminder regarding program review. If you did not receive one, that does not mean you cannot participate! I cannot overstate the importance of Program Review to our continued well-being. It is the primary instrument that informs the college and community of the state of our programs, it is the primary tool for funding, etc. It is visible to anyone who visits www.foothill.edu. For lack of a better term, this is where the rubber meets the road. Want to improve your facility? It comes from Program Review. Need better equipment or upgrades? It comes from Program Review. Need release time? It comes from Program Review.
If you want an example, the reason Appreciation Hall is now about as great a facility for media (surround sound, HD video, etc.) as you will find is because the upgrade was in Program Review.
All of the data you need is at http://www.foothill.edu/staff/irs/programplans/index.php. Your Program Review is due to me by December 12, so I can spend the holiday reviewing your excellent work.
Foothill Theatre Arts Presents "First Person Shooter"
By Aaron Loeb
Directed by Tom Gough
Originally produced by San Francisco Playhouse
Bill English, Artistic Director/Susi Damilano, Producing Director
Origially Commissioned and developed by PlayGround
Jim Kleinmann, Artsitic Director, San Francisco, CA
The proprietors of a successful Silicon Valley video game company are under siege in both the media/court of public opinion as well as civil court because the perpetrator of a racially charged school shooting incident identified one of their games as inspiration for his actions. Timely, gripping and intense, this story vividly examines the nature of such incidents dominating headlines of the recent past.
Audience Note: This show contain adult language.
Assistant direction by Elizabeth Stimson; Scenic Design by Ben Sanders; Costume Design by Carole Clever; Lighting Design by Sean Kramer; Video Projection by Mirek Marcinkowski; Properties Design by Katherine Arguello; Sound Design by Matt Vandercook; Stage Management by Fernanda de Carvalho.
Featuring: Jytte Galsgaard as Tamar; David Kirk as Tommy; David Morales as Daniel; Jacob Weissman-Sharer as Kerry; Marley Westley as Rose.
With: Alexandra Allen, Melissa Baxter, Amanda Camillo, Tara Harte-Rodriguez, Steven Ho, Frederic Lagerblad, Anna Lee, Nick Louie, Chris Macrae, Sam Nachison, Sean Okuniewicz and Gabriel Omega.
Friday, November 7 - Sunday November 23 in the fabulous Lohman TheatreClick Here To Purchase Your Tickets
Mighty Owls This Week
Women's Soccer at DeAnza Tuesday 4:00 PM, at West Valley Friday at 1:30.
Women's Volleyball at Gavilan Wednesday 6:30 PM, at Cabrillo Saturday at 4:00.
Men's Soccer at Chabot Tuesday 4:00 PM, Friday at Ohlone 4:00 PM.
Women's Water Polo at Foothill Wednesday vs. Merced 3:30 PM
Men's Football at San Mateo, Saturday 1PM
Got An Item?Are you performing or exhibiting somewhere? Giving a presentation? I'll be happy to put it in the TT! Items run once, so try to send it to me the week before your event.