THE TALK BACK SCHEDULE
SUBJECT TO CHANGE
January 11: Reverend Sarah Winn Nichols - Director of Pastoral Care for Episcopal Communities & Services.
January 18: Gala Opening – Actress and “Glee” star Jane Lynch.
January 23: Journalist Frank Rizzo writes for the Hartford Courant, Variety, and American Theater Magazine.
January 24: Director Matt August.
January 25: Writer Walter Kirn.
January 26: Reverend Alexia Salvatierra. Faith-Rooted Organizing is the newly published
book by Rev. Alexia Salvatierra, which offers a contemporary vision of the contribution
that Christian faith can make to the broader movement for justice.
January 30: Playwright Kemp Powers (Rogue Machine Theatre's "A Night In Miami").
January 31: Producer and NoHo Arts Center co-owner Kevin Bailey.
February 1: Screenwriter and television producer Margaret Nagle.
February 2: Author Reza Aslan (“Zealot”).
February 9: Reverend Canon Henry Atkins and Jeffersonian scholar Barbara Oberg.
February 13: Sri Lanka-native Soraya Deen, co-founder of Peace Works, Peace Moms & host of satellite TV's “Conversations at the Peace Table," and Dylan Ratigan, former MSNBC host and current #TeamRenaissance advocate.
February 14: Producer and NoHo Arts Center co-owner Kevin Bailey.
February 15: Writer, filmmaker and L.A. Weekly film critic FX Feeney and Bill Nye the Science Guy.
February 16: Dr. Dale Bruner. Considered by many to be one of the foremost Biblical scholars in the nation.
February 20: Educator Jim Fyfe.
February 21: Producer and NoHo Arts Center co-owner Kevin Bailey.
February 22: Actor David Melville.
February 23: Actress, writer and humanitarian Jane Wilson.