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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Protected: Thurs. Oct. 17th 5-6:30pm Richard Strier “Scripts, Texts, Poems: The Shakespeare Authorship Problem”

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Protected: Thurs. Oct. 17th 5-6:30pm Richard Strier “Scripts, Texts, Poems: The Shakespeare Authorship Problem”

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Opening Reception

The TAPS workshop is ready for another year, and we’re pleased to say that we have a number of exciting events in the works. Please come join us for an evening of food and drink at our opening reception to

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Opening Reception

The TAPS workshop is ready for another year, and we’re pleased to say that we have a number of exciting events in the works. Please come join us for an evening of food and drink at our opening reception to

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Protected: Mon. June 3rd 3-4:30pm: Matt Hauske, “Meanwhile, Back at the Ranch House: Hollywood Westerns and Children’s Toys in the 1950s”

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Protected: Mon. June 3rd 3-4:30pm: Matt Hauske, “Meanwhile, Back at the Ranch House: Hollywood Westerns and Children’s Toys in the 1950s”

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Mon. May 20th 3-4:30pm Abigail Akavia, Sarah Nooter & David Wray: Abigail Akavia (graduate student in the Department of Classics, University of Chicago), Sarah Nooter (Assistant Professor of Classics, University of Chicago), and David Wray (Associate Professor of Classics, University of Chicago): “Oedipus in Performance: a post-production discussion of Sophocles’ Oedipus the King”

Please join the Theater & Performance Studies Workshop with Abigail Akavia (graduate student in the Department of Classics, University of Chicago), Sarah Nooter (Assistant Professor of Classics, University of Chicago), and David Wray (Associate Professor of Classics, University of Chicago) for a discussion

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Mon. May 20th 3-4:30pm Abigail Akavia, Sarah Nooter & David Wray: Abigail Akavia (graduate student in the Department of Classics, University of Chicago), Sarah Nooter (Assistant Professor of Classics, University of Chicago), and David Wray (Associate Professor of Classics, University of Chicago): “Oedipus in Performance: a post-production discussion of Sophocles’ Oedipus the King”

Please join the Theater & Performance Studies Workshop with Abigail Akavia (graduate student in the Department of Classics, University of Chicago), Sarah Nooter (Assistant Professor of Classics, University of Chicago), and David Wray (Associate Professor of Classics, University of Chicago) for a discussion

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