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Summer Study Group
Shakespeare Electronic Conference, SHK 7.0736.  Wednesday, 9 October 1996.

From:           Joanne Walen <
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Date:           Tuesday, 8 Oct 1996 20:22:52 -0400
Subject:        Summer Study Group

The 2nd annual "Shakespeare at Stratford: Text and Theater" summer study group
in collaboration with the Shakespeare Centre and the Shakespeare Institute,
University of Birmingham, will take place June 22-28, 1997 in
Stratford-upon-Avon, England. We will see six of the eleven productions of the
Royal Shakespeare Company, talk with actors and scholars (including Robert
Smallwood of Stratford and Miriam Gilbert, University of Iowa), go backstage,
and connect with new ideas. We will talk, debate, observe, talk some more, and
laugh. All the while we will be very well looked after in private guesthouses
where someone else will do the cooking for breakfast and dinner. The 1997 RSC
season: *Much Ado about Nothing* (Alex Jennings, Benedick; Siobhan Redmond,
Beatrice), *The Merry Wives of Windsor* directed by Ian Judge, *Cymbeline*
(Joanne Pearce, Imogen) directed by Adrian Noble, *Henry VIII*, Ibsen's *Little
Eyolf* directed by Adrian Noble, Tennessee Williams' *Camino Real* directed by
Steven Pimlott, *Hamlet (Alex Jennings, Hamlet) directed by Matthew Warchus,
*Everyman* directed by Kathryn Hunter and Marcello Magni, Mystery Plays: "The
Passion" and "The Creation" directed by Katie Mitchell, and Kyd's *The Spanish
Tragedy* directed by Michael Boyd. The course counts for 45 hours of
professional development hours or three relicensing credits for Nevada
teachers. The cost of $815, airfare not included, covers seven nights' lodging
with full breakfasts daily and five 3-course dinners, entrance fees to all
Shakespeare properties, top-price tickets for six RSC productions, pre-show
lectures and post-show discussions, and four guest discussions with RSC actors.
For further information or references, contact <
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Walen, 702-852-1637 (until Oct 26 or after Apr 1) or 602-807-5114 (Oct 27 to
Apr 1)
 

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