Shakespeare Electronic Conference, Vol. 7, No. 0175.  Wednesday, 6 March 1996.

From:           Bernice W. Kilman <This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.>
Date:           Tuesday, 05 Mar 1996 08:30:49 -0400 (EDT)
Subject:        Announcement


Richard France is eager to present his lecture-screening Early Orson: the years
Before Citizen Kane, which focuses on those few remarkable years (1934-1949)
that Welles worked in NYC.  Among other Welles productions, France focuses on
the Mercury Shakespeare work.

France can be reached at Box 10646
Portland, Maine 04104
(207) 883-6118
(207) 828-0760
(207) 773-6872 (Fax)
[no e-mail]

Aside from several prize-winning plays, France has written *The Theatre of
Orson Welles,* a Choice selection for Most Outstanding Academic Books of 1978,
its 1990 companion volume, *Orson Welles on Shakespeare,* and *Obediently
Yours, Orson Welles,* a one-man play.

France did graduate work in playwriting at the Yale School of Drama and earned
a PhD in theater history at Carnegie-Mellon University.

His fee is negotiable.

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