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*The Spanish Tragedy*; UCLA Shakespeare Colloquium
Shakespeare Electronic Conference, Vol. 6, No. 0088. Wednesday, 8 February 1995.
 
(1)     From:   Ed Gieskes <
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        Date:   Tuesday, 7 Feb 1995 08:59:36 -0500 (EST)
        Subj:   THE SPANISH TRAGEDY
 
(2)     From:   Martin Zacks <
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        Date:   Tuesday, 7 Feb 1995 17:20:11 -0800 (PST)
        Subj:   UCLA Shakespeare Colloquium
 
 
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From:           Ed Gieskes <
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Date:           Tuesday, 7 Feb 1995 08:59:36 -0500 (EST)
Subject:        THE SPANISH TRAGEDY
 
Dear SHAKSPEReans,
 
I am writing to announce that Willing Suspension Productions (a graduate
student theatre organization at Boston University) will be performing Thomas
Kyd's THE SPANISH TRAGEDY (directed by Andrew Hartley) April 21, 22, and 23 on
the Boston University campus.
 
Willing Suspension has produced THE REVENGER'S TRAGEDY and THE ALCHEMIST in
past years and is committed to staging plays from early modern England that do
not often get performed-- i.e. plays not written by Shakespeare.
 
More information will be forthcoming as we get closer to opening night. We can
be reached care of the English Department at Boston University (236 Bay State
Road, Boston MA 02215). Address any correspondence to Andrew Hartley, Kirk
Melnikoff, Lauren Kehoe, or Ed Gieskes.
 
Sincerely,
Ed Gieskes
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Date:           Tuesday, 7 Feb 1995 17:20:11 -0800 (PST)
Subject:        UCLA Shakespeare Colloquium
 
A Colloquium on Shakespeare's The Merchant of Venice: To Cut the Flesh: The Law
Allows It.
        Friday, February 24, 1995. California Room, UCLA Faculty Center.
        Cosponsored by the UCLA Center for Medieval and Renaissance
Studies, UCLA Department of English, and the UCLA Friends of English.
        Registration by telephoning (310) 825-1880.
 
        8:45    Registration
        9:00    Welcome
                Prof. Patrick J. Geary, Director, Center for Medieval &
                Renaissance Studies
        9:15    Film: The Merchant of Venice
                Directed by John Sichel, starring Laurence Olivier
        12:00   Lunch
        1:30    Introduction
                Michael J. B. Allen, Dept. of English, UCLA
        1:45    Cat and Mouse: Converting Jews in Renaissance England
                James Shapiro, Dept. of English, Columbia University
        2:45    Break
        3:00    The Classroom on the Rialto: Reflections on Teaching The
                Merchant of Venice in High School
                Stephen Bellon, Dept. of English, Harvard-Westlake School
        3:45    A Reading from the Merchant of Venice
                Alan Mandell, Actor & Director, former General Manager of the
                Repertory Theater at Lincoln Center, former Consulting
                Director of Los Angeles Theater Center
        4:00    Round Table Discussion
                A.R. Braunmuller, Dept. of English, UCLA
                Michael J. B. Allen, Dept. of English, UCLA
                Stephen Bellon, Dept of English, Harvard-Westlake School
                Kathleen Irace, Writing Programs & Dept. of English, UCLA
                Alan Mandell, Actor & Director
                Claire McEachern, Dept of English, UCLA
                James Shapiro, Dept. of English, Columbia University
                Debora Shuger, Dept. of English, UCLA
 

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