[Conntech] THEATER SERIES: Living - Breathing - Shakespeare

Joe Cadieux Cadieux at westhartford.org
Fri Aug 21 06:23:50 PDT 2009


Looking to build our audience for this Shakespeare series.  If you know
anyone who may be interested...

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Living Breathing Shakespeare - Members of Capital Classics Theater
Company (producers of the annual Capital Classics Shakespeare Festival)
lead a series of discussions on four of Shakespeare's key works. Topics
include: major themes, character motives and actors' insights into
performing Shakespeare. 

REGISTRATION REQUIRED: To register, please call 860-561-6998 or email:
shakespeare{at}westhartfordlibrary.org

WEDNESDAY NIGHTS AT 7:00 PM - NOAH WEBSTER LIBRARY

* September 16, 2009 - Romeo & Juliet: led by Capital Classics Artistic
Director Laura Sheehan

* November  18, 2009 - Hamlet: led by Capital Classics Artistic
Associate Michael Nowicki

* January 20, 2010 - Macbeth: led by Capital Classics Artistic Associate
Geoffrey Sheehan [Snow date: Jan. 21, 7:00 p.m.]

* May 5, 2010 - A Midsummer Night's Dream: led by Capital Classics
Artistic Director Laura Sheehan and Artistic Associate Geoffrey Sheehan

Full text of all Shakespeare's plays is available online at:
http://internetshakespeare.uvic.ca/Library/plays.html

A FILM adapted from each play will be shown at 2:30 p.m. on the same day
of the discussion. The film is optional - you don't have to see the film
to join the discussion. Films are listed here: http://tinyurl.com/lsx6bh
Films will be screened in the Library Meeting Room, 20 S. Main Street,
and are open to all.  Free parking in the Isham Garage. For film
details, please call 860-561-6998.

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Also, Senior Dramaturg at Hartford Stage, Christopher Baker will lecture
on Horton Foote's THE ORPHANS' HOME CYCLE on SEPTEMBER 1 (7:30 p.m.) at
West Hartford's Noah Webster Library. The Orphans' Home Cycle is a
series of nine independent yet interlocking plays that traces the
transformation of an American orphan, Horace Robedaux, into a husband,
father, and patriarch. No reservations needed.

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Joseph J. Cadieux
West Hartford Public Library
20 S. Main Street
West Hartford, CT 06107
cadieux at westhartford.org
860-561-6998




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