Lecture: Filmmaker Neil LaBute

Woodruff Auditorium

Titled "Life Onstage and On Film," his speech will include clips of films adapted from his plays, including "The Shape of Things" and "In the Company of Men." The event is free for students and $5 for the public.A native of Detroit, LaBute also spent part of his youth in Spokane, Wash., and studied theatre at Brigham Young University. He earned a master's in theatre and film history from KU and went on to write screenplays for several major motion pictures. "In the Company of Men" won the Filmmakers Trophy at the 1996 Sundance Film Festival. He went on to direct other well-known films such as "Nurse Betty," "Possession" and "Wicker Man."

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Tibbetts 15 years, 2 months ago

CEASE THIS AD FOR THE NEIL LABUTE LECTURE. HE IS NOT, I REPEAT NOT, SPEAKING AT THE HALL CENTER ON FRIDAY NIGHT. HE IS SPEAKING AT WOODRUFF AUDITORIUM AT 7:00 AND ADMISSION IS FREE FOR STUDENTS WITH I.D. AND $5 FOR EVERYONE ELSE. I DON'T KNOW WHERE YOU GOT THIS INFORMATION, BUT IT IS FALSE.

PLEASE CONFIRM THAT YOU RECEIVED THIS MESSAGE.

JOHN TIBBETTS DIRECTOR, LFA CONFERENCES

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