December 1 @ 4:00 pm
The FAC Theatre Company and Colorado College will host a conversation about themes emerging from the show following the Sunday, Dec. 1 matinee performance of Tiny Beautiful Things. This will be the second of several Sunday Salon discussions throughout the season, which allow additional engagement with the production through conversation with a member of the Colorado Springs community and a member of the Colorado College faculty. Our community and faculty co-hosts are Sally Lewis and Steven Hayward.
Sally Lewis Hybl, BA, MPA (Actress, advocate, civic leader) A lifelong Colorado Springs resident, Sally calls the Fine Arts Center Theatre her theatre home. She has also appeared locally with Opera Theatre of the Rockies, the Colorado Springs Philharmonic and UCCS Theatreworks earning such honors as Best Actress (PPAC), Readers Choice Best Actress Bronze (The Gazette), and nominations for Best Supporting Actress (Ovation Award) and Best Actress in a Play (CTG Henry Awards). An advocate for the arts, Sally is a recipient of the Theatreworks Community Art Award (CAW) and the Bee Vradenburg Foundation Art Champion award. She currently serves as a Trustee of Children’s Hospital Colorado Foundation and the Tradition of Excellence Foundation.
Born and raised in Toronto, Steven Hayward is chair of the Colorado College English Department where he teaches creative writing. A frequent contributor to the Globe and Mail and the Literary Review of Canada, his first novel, The Secret Mitzvah of Lucio Burke, won Italy’s prestigious Premio Grinzane Cavour prize. You can hear Steven on the radio locally as a regular contributor to “A Day in the Life” on KRCC and KCME.
This Sunday Salon is free and open to all ticket holders (regardless of which performance of they attend during the run).