Hope graduated summa cum laude from Tulane University with a B.A. in English (Creative Writing) & Theatre (Performance). Her work in New Orleans included writing features for Tulane University's official news publication New Wave and editing tech startup Tenbo Air's marketing blog. As a student, she won the 2012 Janice Torre Perky Award for Original Writing from Tulane for her first play, Monopolis.
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Tenbo was created in 2014 by the three founders of successful solar power installation startup, Joule. Since our inception, we have been committed to researching and developing the equipment necessary to enter the commercial drone industry.
Kicking off with 'Les Miserables,' its 47th season will be Summer Lyric's most ambitious yet.
Acclaimed novelist Susan Choi brings her talents to Tulane University next week as the 2014 Zale-Kimmerling Writer-in-Residence. Choi will give a reading and be interviewed by Tulane English professor Zachary Lazar on Monday (March 17) at 7 p.m. in the Freeman Auditorium of Woldenberg Art Center, sponsored by the Newcomb College Institute.
Sixty days. 25 states. 39 productions. 10,000 miles. A team of international Shakespeare scholars and connoisseurs from the University of Warwick, Misfit Inc., and the Shakespeare Birthplace Trust visited Tulane University on Thursday (July 10) as the second stop on an epic road trip to visit and document 14 Shakespeare Festivals across North America.
"On Nightingales: Voice, Pain and Literature" will be the theme for a talk by author and professor David Lawton for the Josephine Gessner Ferguson Lecture in English Literature on Thursday (April 3) at 6 p.m. in Freeman Auditorium of the Woldenberg Art Center on the Tulane University uptown campus.
The Tulane University Department of English brings novelist Christopher Tilghman to the uptown campus to give a reading on Thursday (March 27).
New Orleans is known for many things, but not its comedy scene. That may soon change, thanks to a cultural renaissance that has made the city a magnet for young artistic talent. "You Don't Know the Half of It," a bimonthly show that pairs improvisers with actors, utilizing local playwrights and musicians, epitomizes this movement.
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A Reading by the Tulane Creative Writing Faculty. I designed the poster and wrote the marketing materials for this event, including this post for the official university calendar.
Tulane official calendar details for Monopolis event (includes marketing blurb).