Because everyone loves a juicy conversation.
Hartford boasts a small, nimble, personal, participatory forum. “Freshly Squeezed with Colin McEnroe,” hosted at Watkinson School, offers great debates and discussions you can dive into. Parents, community leaders, educators—everyone who cares about the challenges we’re facing these days—will love the opportunity to think and talk together. And all of the profits benefit the education programs of three shining Hartford institutions: Billings Forge, Hartford Stage and the Mark Twain House.
For those who enjoy wisdom with wit, substance with style, and the opportunity to be part of the conversation, “Freshly Squeezed with Colin McEnroe” will become a must-go series.
|Join us for the third series of Freshly Squeezed with Colin McEnroe!
Can a Song Change the World? Stories of Musical Activism.
January 14, 2015 • Folksinger, recording artist and former state troubadour Lara Herscovitch and rap poet Self Suffice lead a panel that will track the relationship between music and social change, from Woody Guthrie to Pete Seeger to Talib Kweli. And—as is now traditional for our January installment—there will be performances!
What’s Wrong With the Movies? What’s Right?
April 8, 2015 • Colin isn’t kidding when he calls his longtime friend David Edelstein “America’s Greatest Living Film Critic.” David is the movie critic for New York Magazine, NPR’s Fresh Air, and CBS Sunday Morning. Get ready for a rip-roaring conversation laced with humor and disagreement, with plenty of time for audience questions and comments.
Tickets are $20 each or buy the series for a total of $40. All events are held in the Foisie Family Amphitheater at Watkinson School. Seating is very limited and general admission, so order today. Purchase tickets at brownpapertickets.com
or by calling 800-838-3006.