Act Three: "Unremembered Memory: A Dialog with Forgotten Teachers"

JOONNA: Bob will dialog with other panelists, with you, and with his multiple selves to explore the ways in which the ghost of past teachers haunt all learners, but especially writing students, actors, playwrights, and professors. How we learned what we learned, and who we learned it from-though long since lost to conscious memory-creeps into our current learning like some guiding hand on the Ouija board of life.

BOB: [. . .] Is memory, and specifically the unconscious memory of pedagogy, equally crucial to teachers and writers?