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December 10, 7 PM The Renegado by Philip Massinger
The Shakespeare Conference: SHK 12.2697  Friday, 30 November 2001

From:           Franklin J. Hildy <
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Date:           Thursday, 29 Nov 2001 19:12:51 -0500
Subject:        December 10, 7 PM The Renegado by Philip Massinger

Everyone in the DC Area Should Check this out.

The International Shakespeare Globe Center's Read Not Dead series comes
to the DC Area
Sponsored by
Shakespeare Globe Center USA and Shakespeare Globe Center USA Research
Archive at the University of Maryland.


The Renegado (1623)
by Philip Massinger
as it "hath often been acted...in Drury Lane."
Directed by Diana Denley (Shakespeare Globe Center-Australia)

December 10, 2001 7:00 p.m.

Metro Stage
1201 North Royal St.
Old Town Alexandria

An exotic tale of dangerous worlds when cultures clash and
misconceptions abound. A Venetian woman is kidnapped and sold to a
lovelorn Ottoman master -- a Barbary pirate and a priest are going to
have to resolve the ensuing conflict.

Come hear a professional cast, including last years Globe Professional
Artistic Fellows, Adel Cabot, and Cheyenne Casibeir,  read this rarely
played play. There will also be an introduction by Professor Daniel
Vitkus of Florida State University who edited the text for its most
recent publication.

Admission $5 Students $2
Reception Follows !!!!!

For reservations email Tricia McDermott at

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or call
Professor Franklin J. Hildy in the Department of Theatre at the
University of Maryland at
301-405-3157

For directions call
703-548-9044 ext. 3

CONTACT INFORMATION:

<<http://www.umd.edu/thet>> <<http://www.sgc.umd.edu>>
<<http://www.abacon.com/brockett>>

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