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Thurs. May 28 (4:30-6pm) Anne Rebull (PhD Candidate, EALC). “A Korean Classic on the Chinese Stage: Theatrical Diplomacy and Artistic Innovation in Tale of Chunxiang (春香传)”

Please join the Theater & Performance Studies Workshop for Anne Rebull’s “A Korean Classic on the Chinese Stage: Theatrical Diplomacy and Artistic Innovation in Tale of Chunxiang (春香传)” on Thursday, May 28th at 4:30pm. To international audiences of the mid

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Thurs. May 28 (4:30-6pm) Anne Rebull (PhD Candidate, EALC). “A Korean Classic on the Chinese Stage: Theatrical Diplomacy and Artistic Innovation in Tale of Chunxiang (春香传)”

Please join the Theater & Performance Studies Workshop for Anne Rebull’s “A Korean Classic on the Chinese Stage: Theatrical Diplomacy and Artistic Innovation in Tale of Chunxiang (春香传)” on Thursday, May 28th at 4:30pm. To international audiences of the mid

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Mon., May 18 (4:30-6pm) Malcolm Purkey (Dean, South African School of Motion Picture Medium and Live Performance). “Market Theater, Johannesburg-Apartheid, Post Apartheid – Six Lessons for an Artistic Director”

Please join the Theater & Performance Studies Workshop for a talk with Malcolm Purkey, “Market Theater, Johannesburg- Apartheid, Post Apartheid- Six Lessons for an Artistic Director.” Malcolm will articulate the principles for an anti apartheid theatre from the earliest work of

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Mon., May 18 (4:30-6pm) Malcolm Purkey (Dean, South African School of Motion Picture Medium and Live Performance). “Market Theater, Johannesburg-Apartheid, Post Apartheid – Six Lessons for an Artistic Director”

Please join the Theater & Performance Studies Workshop for a talk with Malcolm Purkey, “Market Theater, Johannesburg- Apartheid, Post Apartheid- Six Lessons for an Artistic Director.” Malcolm will articulate the principles for an anti apartheid theatre from the earliest work of

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Mon. March 30 (4:30-6PM) Brian Berry (Comparative Literature) “Beginning to Mean Something: Stanley Cavell’s Reading of Beckett’s Endgame.”

Please join the Theater & Performance Studies Workshop for Brian Berry’s paper, “Beginning to Mean Something: Stanley Cavell’s Reading of Beckett’s Endgame.” The problem of meaning emerges frequently in Beckett’s writing, and it is tempting to say that his work is

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Mon. March 30 (4:30-6PM) Brian Berry (Comparative Literature) “Beginning to Mean Something: Stanley Cavell’s Reading of Beckett’s Endgame.”

Please join the Theater & Performance Studies Workshop for Brian Berry’s paper, “Beginning to Mean Something: Stanley Cavell’s Reading of Beckett’s Endgame.” The problem of meaning emerges frequently in Beckett’s writing, and it is tempting to say that his work is

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Protected: Feb. 23rd 4:30-6PM, Reginald Jackson “Slavery and the Gestural Economies of Medieval Noh Performance”

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Protected: Feb. 23rd 4:30-6PM, Reginald Jackson “Slavery and the Gestural Economies of Medieval Noh Performance”

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Protected: SPECIAL EVENT: Tues. Feb. 9th 12-1:30PM, Rebecca Schneider “Gesture to Opera”

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Protected: SPECIAL EVENT: Tues. Feb. 9th 12-1:30PM, Rebecca Schneider “Gesture to Opera”

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SPECIAL EVENT: Mon. Feb. 9th 4:30-6PM, Rebecca Schneider “Extending a Hand: Lithic Liveness, Neoanimisms, and Agential Theatricality

Please join the Center for Theater & Performance Studies and the Theater & Performance Studies Workshop for a guest lecture entitled “Extending a Hand: Lithic Liveness, Neoanimisms, and Agential Theatricality” given by Professor Rebecca Schneider (Brown University, Theatre Arts and

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SPECIAL EVENT: Mon. Feb. 9th 4:30-6PM, Rebecca Schneider “Extending a Hand: Lithic Liveness, Neoanimisms, and Agential Theatricality

Please join the Center for Theater & Performance Studies and the Theater & Performance Studies Workshop for a guest lecture entitled “Extending a Hand: Lithic Liveness, Neoanimisms, and Agential Theatricality” given by Professor Rebecca Schneider (Brown University, Theatre Arts and

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Protected: Mon. Jan. 26th 4:30-6PM, Ted Gordon (Dept. of Music) and Jess Peritz (Dept. of Music), Dissertation Proposal Workshop

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Protected: Mon. Jan. 26th 4:30-6PM, Ted Gordon (Dept. of Music) and Jess Peritz (Dept. of Music), Dissertation Proposal Workshop

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