Thursday, March 12th | 8:00 PM

Discussion with the Creative Team Moderated by Ari Roth, Mosaic Founding Artistic Director with panelists Director Lee Mikeska Gardner, actors John Lescault and Paul Morella. 

Sunday, March 15th | 3:00 PM

Discussion with Writer Alexandra Petri

Moderated by Ari Roth, Mosaic Founding Artistic Director with panelist Alexandra Petri, playwright and Washington Post columnist.

Thursday, March 19th | 8:00 PM

Conservatives, Liberals, and How We All Got Here Moderated by Michael Feldman, Co-facilitator of the Theater and Policy Salon with panelists Steve Clemons, Editor at Large, The Hil; Norm Ornstein, Resident Scholar at the American Enterprise Institute; and Cynthia Schneider, Distinguished Professor of Practice Diplomacy, Co-Director of the Laboratory for Global Performance and Politics at Georgetown University.

Saturday, March 21st | 3:00 PM

The Downfall of Political Discourse/The Rise of Political Spectacle Moderated by Mel Hardy, Millennium Arts Salon, Center for Contemporary Art, PeaceAction, and Mayors for Peace - with panelist Professor Michael Cornfield, Political Scientist; Associate Professor of Political Management at The George Washington University Graduate School of Political Management; Research Director for the Global Center for Political Management; and author of Politics Moves Online: Campaigning and the Internet.    

Sunday, March 22nd | 3:00 PM

An Insider's Look at 1968: Partisanship Then and Now Moderated by Stephen Stern, Mosaic Theater Founding Board Chair, Public Programming - with panelists Imani M. Cheers, Award-winning digital storyteller, director, producer and filmmaker.

Thursday, March 26th | 8:00 PM

Race, Gender, and Sexuality on the Political Stage Moderated by Laley Lippard, Theater Director and Manager of Public Programming and Partnerships - with panelist Lara M. Brown, Ph.D., Author, Jockeying for the American Presidency: The Political Opportunism of Aspirants; Director & Associate Professor, Graduate School of Political Management (GSPM), The George Washington University.

Thursday, March 26th | 11:00 AM

Discussion with the Creative Team


Saturday, March 28th | 3:00 PM

A Brief History of Politics and the Media: Television, Cable News, and the Internet Moderated by Angelisa Gillyard, Manager of Outreach and Community Engagement.

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