Spring 2016 Shakespeare Events

“AGE CANNOT WITHER ….”

WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE AFTER 400 YEARS  

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“Sonnet and Song” –   Poetry Reading, Shakespeare’s Music, and Reception. February 10th 2016 at 2pm – Marion Wood Reading Room, Mason library

“I lov’d my books…” :  Shakespeare in Print. An Exhibit at the Mason Library Monday, February 29th – Friday, March 25th, 2016

 

The Bard in Bollywood  –  Screening of Maqbool  –  A remake of Macbeth. Directed by Vishal Bharadwaj. Thursday, February 25th 2016 at 6pm.  Drenan Auditorium, Parker Hall

“Baggage Books” – The story of the first Renaissance play texts  –  Presentation by Professor  Brinda Charry. Wednesday, March 2nd, 2016 at 10 am. West Wing Open Classroom, 2nd Floor, Mason Library

The Bard in Hollywood   – Screening of Romeo+ Juliet – A Remake of Romeo and Juliet. Directed by Baz Luhrmann. Thursday, March 3rd  at 6pm–. Drenan Auditorium – Parker Hall

Staging Shakespeare at KSC – An exhibit. Monday, March 14th- Friday, March 24th.. Main Lobby, Redfern arts Center

Aquila Theatre’s  Romeo and Juliet .Tuesday, March 22nd, 2016, 7:00 pm. Main Theatre, Redfern Arts Center. Tickets available at the Redfern Web Site. 603.358.2168, or in person M-F 12-6pm. Student tickets : $5

Keene State College Medieval and Renaissance Forum.  Friday April 15th and Saturday April 16th, 2016. Keene State College

Janet Grayson Lecture in Shakespeare Studies – Professor Linda McJannet (Bentley College. Wednesday, April 20th, 2016 at 4 pm. Centennial Hall, Alumni Center

Shakespeare Studies Seminar.  Wednesday, April 27th , 2016 at 10am. Student Project Presentations. ENG 327 – Shakespeare : Poetry and Plays and TAD 232:Theater History. Student Center Atrium Conference Room

THE SHAKESPEARE 400TH ANNIVERSARY  CELEBRATIONS  AT KSC ARE SPONSORED AND SUPPORTED BY  A KSC PEPSICO GRANT , THE  MASON LIBRARY, THE ENGLISH DEPARTMENT, THE REDFERN ARTS CENTER, AND THE DEPARTMENT OF THEATER AND DANCE.

ORGANIZING COMMITTEE : BRINDA CHARRY (ENGLISH), SHARON FANTL (REDFERN ARTS CENTER) PEGGY RAE JOHNSON (THEATER AND DANCE), BRANTLEY PALMER (MASON LIBRARY), KIRSTI SANDY (ENGLISH DEPARTMENT), AMANDA SCULL (MASON LIBRARY).

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