Nick Anselmo, a member of Drexel’s very own faculty and staff is a teacher of theater and dance is a professional actor and currently Director of the Mandell Professionals in Residence Project at Drexel University.
As an actor Nick has appeared Off-Broadway at the York and Ensemble Studio Theaters and was a member of The Pulse Ensemble on 42nd Street in New York City. A few of the theaters he has appeared at regionally include The Williamstown Theater Festival, Walnut Street Theater, Asolo Theatre, Arkansas Repertory and Mill Mountain Theater. (Credit: http://www.drexel.edu/westphal/contact/directory/AnselmoNick/)
Nick will be here to speak on how and/or why we should engage in the dynamic world of theater.
Robb Armstrong, described as one of the hottest cartoonists by People magazine, is one of the most celebrated African American comic strip artists. His works has appeared on The Los Angeles Times, The New York Daily News, and the Philadelphia Inquirer. You can check out his latest works at GoComics.com.
At TEDxDrexelU, Robb will bring into question as to why you should go to work in your underwear…umm, what? Guess we’ll have to see what he means by that.