Mon. April 7th 3-4:30pm Björn Quiring “The Tyranny of the Open Night: Representing the Natural State of Exception in King Lear”

Please join the Theater & Performance Studies Workshop  Monday April 7th from 3-4:30pm for a talk by Björn Quiring (Free University Berlin) ”The Tyranny of the Open Night: Representing the Natural State of Exception in King Lear”. Dr. Björn Quiring studied comparative literature and

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Mon. April 7th 3-4:30pm Björn Quiring “The Tyranny of the Open Night: Representing the Natural State of Exception in King Lear”

Please join the Theater & Performance Studies Workshop  Monday April 7th from 3-4:30pm for a talk by Björn Quiring (Free University Berlin) ”The Tyranny of the Open Night: Representing the Natural State of Exception in King Lear”. Dr. Björn Quiring studied comparative literature and

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Wed. March 12th 8-10pm Adi Barak & Amy Stebbins “MAKING A (RE)ENTRANCE PART II: storytime”

Please join the Theater & Performance Studies Workshop  Wednesday, March 12th from 8-10pm for a workshop performance of “MAKING A (RE)ENTRANCE PART II: storytime” directed by Adi Barak (Postdoctoral Fellow, SSA) and Amy Stebbins (Germanic/Cinema & Media Studies). “MAKING A (RE)ENTRANCE” is

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Wed. March 12th 8-10pm Adi Barak & Amy Stebbins “MAKING A (RE)ENTRANCE PART II: storytime”

Please join the Theater & Performance Studies Workshop  Wednesday, March 12th from 8-10pm for a workshop performance of “MAKING A (RE)ENTRANCE PART II: storytime” directed by Adi Barak (Postdoctoral Fellow, SSA) and Amy Stebbins (Germanic/Cinema & Media Studies). “MAKING A (RE)ENTRANCE” is

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Protected: Mon. March 3rd 3-4:30pm Dan Wang “The Aesthetic Creature: Opera, Cinema, and Ordinary Life”

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Protected: Mon. March 3rd 3-4:30pm Dan Wang “The Aesthetic Creature: Opera, Cinema, and Ordinary Life”

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Tues. Feb. 25th 4:30-6pm Beth Holmgren “Improvising Poland on the March: Entertaining Polish and Allied Troops during World War II”

Please join us Tuesday, February 25th at 4:30pm in Cobb 119 for Beth Holmgren’s (Professor of Slavic & Eurasian Studies, Duke University) for her presentation “Improvising Poland on the March: Entertaining Polish and Allied Troops during World War II.” The presentation will be

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Tues. Feb. 25th 4:30-6pm Beth Holmgren “Improvising Poland on the March: Entertaining Polish and Allied Troops during World War II”

Please join us Tuesday, February 25th at 4:30pm in Cobb 119 for Beth Holmgren’s (Professor of Slavic & Eurasian Studies, Duke University) for her presentation “Improvising Poland on the March: Entertaining Polish and Allied Troops during World War II.” The presentation will be

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Protected: Mon. Feb. 10th 3-4:30pm Daria Khitrova “‘This Is No Longer Dance:’ The Politics of Choreography in The Steel Step (1927)”

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Protected: Mon. Feb. 10th 3-4:30pm Daria Khitrova “‘This Is No Longer Dance:’ The Politics of Choreography in The Steel Step (1927)”

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Mon. Jan. 20th 3-4:30pm Brian Berry & Amy Stebbins “Dissertation Proposal Workshop”

Please join the Theater & Performance Studies Workshop for a presentation of graduate student dissertation proposals. Brian Barry (Comparative Literature) will present his work on Beckett and philosophy. Amy Stebbins (Germanic Studies and Cinema & Media Studies) will explore questions

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Mon. Jan. 20th 3-4:30pm Brian Berry & Amy Stebbins “Dissertation Proposal Workshop”

Please join the Theater & Performance Studies Workshop for a presentation of graduate student dissertation proposals. Brian Barry (Comparative Literature) will present his work on Beckett and philosophy. Amy Stebbins (Germanic Studies and Cinema & Media Studies) will explore questions

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Protected: Fri. Oct. 25th 12-1:30pm Joseph Roach & Sarah Weidmann, “Invisible Cities: Performance as the Archaeology of Dreams”

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Protected: Fri. Oct. 25th 12-1:30pm Joseph Roach & Sarah Weidmann, “Invisible Cities: Performance as the Archaeology of Dreams”

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Thurs. Oct. 24th 4-5:30pm Joseph Roach, “Deep Play, Dark Play: Games of Love and Chance”

Please join the Theater & Performance Studies Workshop for a lecture by Professor Joseph Roach (Theater Studies, Yale University). A theater historian, stage director, and performance studies scholar, Joseph Roach is the author of The Player’s Passion:  Studies in the Science of

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Thurs. Oct. 24th 4-5:30pm Joseph Roach, “Deep Play, Dark Play: Games of Love and Chance”

Please join the Theater & Performance Studies Workshop for a lecture by Professor Joseph Roach (Theater Studies, Yale University). A theater historian, stage director, and performance studies scholar, Joseph Roach is the author of The Player’s Passion:  Studies in the Science of

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