Wednesday, October 23, 6-9pm | Wilcox Dance Studio
Rodney Cottier’s Shakespeare workshop takes students through a lively history of Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre; explores questions of Elizabethan staging in contemporary performance; delves into Shakespeare’s First Folio; and uses these discussions to approach Shakespeare’s text by working select scenes from the complete plays, with special attention to the opening of King Lear. Thismasterclass is interactive, stimulating, and a great deal of fun! It is free of charge, runs 3 hours and is geared to all levels of experience, with something in it for everyone – from those just starting out, to old pros. All are welcome, and the more who attend, the merrier. If they can, participants should please bring copies of Shakespeare’s complete works, any edition. If you’re interested you can RSVP here.
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Directed by Brandon Bark '13
Enter the festive world of Plautus's "Miles Gloriosus", where Pyrgopolynices, Palaestrio, Philocomasium, and Periplectomenus collide. A girl has been kidnapped. Scheming slaves connive to save her. A tattle-tale threatens to spoil the plan and get the lot crucified. The slaves' lives depend upon the success of their intrigue, just like the actors' lives depend upon keeping the audience in their chairs. An ancient plot with a surprisingly relevant message for today.
Show Dates: May 30-31, June 1