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Jonson's *Oberon* in Cleveland
Shakespeare Electronic Conference, Vol. 4, No. 102.  Tuesday, 23 February 1993.
 
From:           Thomas G. Bishop <
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Date:           Tuesday, 23 Feb 93 09:07:06 -0500
Subject:        Production of Ben Jonson's "Oberon" in Cleveland
 
Case Western Reserve University and Cleveland State University are pleased
to announce four fully-staged performances of the Jacobean court masque
 
                Oberon, the Fairy Prince
 
        (First performed New Year's, 1611 before King James)
 
                by Ben Jonson
 
        design by E. Guy Hare after the sketches of Inigo Jones
        music by Alfonso Ferrabosco, John Dowland, William Byrd et al
        dances choreographed and led from original materials by Ken Pierce
        Stage direction by Barrie Rutter of RSC and Northern Broadsides
        Music direction by David Douglass of "The Kings Noyse"
 
This unique production will be performed, danced and sung according to
period practices in the Ballroom of Thwing Center at Case Western Reserve
University, in Cleveland OH at 8 pm on
 
                March 24 thru 27 1993.
 
Ticket information and reservations, including by credit card,
can be had by calling the Music Dept. Case Western Reserve University,
at (216) 368- 2400.
 
Or you can email me back and I'll send you the details.
 
--
Tom Bishop                             "I saw the danger, yet I walked
Dept of English                           Along the enchanted way,
Case Western Reserve University         And I said let grief be a fallen leaf
Cleveland, OH 44106.(
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