June 21st. 2012: " The Rise and Fall of the Federal Theatre I.S.E by Narveen Aryaputri Print
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Written by Narveen Aryaputri   
Monday, 18 June 2012 13:40
The Rise and Fall of the Federal Theatre.
The success of  the Historic Federal Theatre right after the economic collapse in the 1930, its enormous contribution with the employment it created for the actors and artists, the interest generated, the social reinforcement it provided through its thought provoking and 'sheer fun' performances during one of America's most difficult times; and the reasons, according to historic reports, of why it was closed down.
A pre-publication  essay will be read with a general discussion to follow:
by
Narveen Aryaputri, M.A., B.Ed.
Essayist.
Narveen completed her M.A. in English Literature with special emphasis on 19th.  C. American Literature from Meerut University, India in the 1970s. She taught at University level overseas until her immigration to USA. She continued her studies independently, developing into an essayist after her daughter Manisha was at University and later married Justin Snider. They have two children, Nicasio Cole and Zahra Analee.
In the '90s, Narveen completed the restoration of  the Arts and Craft/ Prairie School style building in Moline:  The Moline Commercial Club, 1530 Fifth Ave. as well as completed the restoration of the oldest building in our area and region: the Carpenter Gothic style home known as the Spencer house, in the Historic Broadway district of Rock Island,  which she converted to a Landmark designation. Since then The Spencer  House belongs to  Rock Island Police Sargent Dy Robinson.
Narveen continues to manage the business in the  Moline Commercial Club and its affiliate, The Institute for Cultural and Healing Traditions,  working with the directors of The Institute; continuing, since 1996, its evenings for the area Independent Scholars, who continue to meet on Thursdays to present their ongoing work to the public.
Narveen is a contributor to the manuscript "Life on The Mississippi - The New Millennium"  a series of essays maintained at The Institute as a history-in-the-making public written forum.
Please attend.  Free and open to the public.
The Moline Commercial Club
1530 Fifth Avenue.  Moline. Illinois.
7.00 p.m
second floor of The Moline Club building . Above the Phoenix Fine Art Gallery.
1530 Fifth Ave. Moline.
309-762-9202
light refreshments, wine and beverages are served.
doors open at 6.30
Independent Scholars' Evenings are sponsored by
The Institute for Cultural and Healing Traditions, Ltd. a 501(c)3 at state and federal level since 1996.

The Institute for Cultural and Healing Traditions, Ltd.

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