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Jenifer J. Alonzo

Associate Professor

Old Dominion University

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Old Dominion University

1026 Constant Hall

Norfolk, Virginia,23529

United States

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Old Dominion University, located in Norfolk, is a dynamic public research institution that serves its students and enriches the Commonwealth of Virginia, the nation and the world through rigorous academic programs, strategic partnerships, active civic engageme... more

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Associate Professor of Theatre and Communications

Old Dominion University Alumni Association


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(Meg's Note: This post was written by guest blogger Jenifer Alonzo.
Jenifer is a theater artist, executive coach, and communication trainer. She develops theater workshops for professionals who wish to employ the tools of the actor to strengthen their work in the sciences, engineering, health care, teaching and law. As an Entsminger Entrepreneurship Fellow, Jenifer co-created Professional Development Practice Lab, LLC and Brazen BFF with Adriénne Kouremetis, through which she consults and coaches, supporting individuals and organizations in productive communication and professional development. Jenifer is Associate Professor of Communication and Theatre Arts at Old Dominion University. Contact her at jenifer@brazenbff.com.)


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(Meg's Note: This post was written by guest blogger Jenifer Alonzo.
Jenifer is a theater artist, executive coach, and communication trainer. She develops theater workshops for professionals who wish to employ the tools of the actor to strengthen their work in the sciences, engineering, health care, teaching and law. As an Entsminger Entrepreneurship Fellow, Jenifer co-created Professional Development Practice Lab, LLC and Brazen BFF with Adriénne Kouremetis, through which she consults and coaches, supporting individuals and organizations in productive communication and professional development. Jenifer is Associate Professor of Communication and Theatre Arts at Old Dominion University. Contact her at jenifer@brazenbff.com.)


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Organizers: Dylan Wittkower and Jenifer Alonzo (Old Dominion University)


www.maceandcrown.com

Jennifer Alonzo of ODU's theatre department and Robin Blume from ODU's philosophy department partnered on the project to provide a full view of the issue.
According to the director, Alonzo, the play is interdisciplinary and asks us to look at a specific question from a variety of fields. "Something I want to bring to the undergraduates is the idea that all the disciplines have something to bring to the major questions in our world," she said. The cast did a chant before the opening performance, according to Alonzo, that was brought to ODU by one of her first students. "It made me happy because it reminded me of my very first show here," she said. Interpreting a play written by another person was nerve wrecking for Alonzo.


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Jenifer J. Alonzo, Assistant Professor, Communication and Theatre Arts, Old Dominion University


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