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

There is no excerpt because this is a protected post.

/ Enter your password to view comments.

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

There is no excerpt because this is a protected post.

/ Enter your password to view comments.

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

/ No comments

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

/ No comments

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

There is no excerpt because this is a protected post.

/ Enter your password to view comments.

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

There is no excerpt because this is a protected post.

/ Enter your password to view comments.

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

/ No comments

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

/ No comments

Fri. May 17th 10:30am-12:30pm Zoe Beloff “The Coney Island Amateur Psychoanalytic Society and Its Circle, 1926-1972″

Please join the Theater & Performance Studies Workshop in cooperation with the Mass Culture and New Media Workshops for a conversation with filmmaker and scholar Professor Zoe Beloff (Departments of Media Studies and Art, Queens College CUNY) about her installation ”The Coney

/ No comments

Fri. May 17th 10:30am-12:30pm Zoe Beloff “The Coney Island Amateur Psychoanalytic Society and Its Circle, 1926-1972″

Please join the Theater & Performance Studies Workshop in cooperation with the Mass Culture and New Media Workshops for a conversation with filmmaker and scholar Professor Zoe Beloff (Departments of Media Studies and Art, Queens College CUNY) about her installation ”The Coney

/ No comments

Buy tickets for Sophocles’ “Oedipus the King”

In anticipation of our May 20th TAPS 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) please purchase

/ No comments

Buy tickets for Sophocles’ “Oedipus the King”

In anticipation of our May 20th TAPS 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) please purchase

/ No comments

Protected: Tues. April 23, 3-4:30pm Trent Leipert “Post-­Cinematic Opera and Transpersonal Affect”

There is no excerpt because this is a protected post.

/ Enter your password to view comments.

Protected: Tues. April 23, 3-4:30pm Trent Leipert “Post-­Cinematic Opera and Transpersonal Affect”

There is no excerpt because this is a protected post.

/ Enter your password to view comments.

Protected: Mon. April 15, 3-4:30pm Annemarie Matzke, “Theatre at Work. Towards a Theory of Rehearsal Practice”

There is no excerpt because this is a protected post.

/ Enter your password to view comments.

Protected: Mon. April 15, 3-4:30pm Annemarie Matzke, “Theatre at Work. Towards a Theory of Rehearsal Practice”

There is no excerpt because this is a protected post.

/ Enter your password to view comments.

Protected: Mon. April 8, 3-4:30pm Mimmi Woisnitza, “‘Ins Göttliche Verzeichnet’: The Problem of the Imagination in Kleist’s Comedies”

There is no excerpt because this is a protected post.

/ Enter your password to view comments.

Protected: Mon. April 8, 3-4:30pm Mimmi Woisnitza, “‘Ins Göttliche Verzeichnet’: The Problem of the Imagination in Kleist’s Comedies”

There is no excerpt because this is a protected post.

/ Enter your password to view comments.