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Seeing Double: Mistaken and True Identities in Shakespeare's As You Like It and The Comedy of Errors

Posted on 2019-04-01 in Events
Apr 24, 2019

April 24 - Literature Matters

Literature Matters

Talks by Members of the Department of English

Seeing Double:
Mistaken and True Identities in Shakespeare's
As You Like it and The Comedy of Errors

A Panel Discussion with Professor Joanne Rochester and
Shakespeare on the Saskatchewan 2019 directors
Anita Smith and Joshua Beaudry

Wed April 24

7:30 pm

Grace-Westminster United Church
(Social hall, 505 10th St. E)

All are welcome.

Shakespeare on the Saskatchewan 2019 directors, Anita Smith and Joshua Beaudry, join Professor Joanne Rochester to discuss the upcoming 2019 Shakespeare on the Saskatchewan season.

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