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Literature Matters: Shakespeare on the Saskatchewan Season Preview

Posted in Arts & Culture
Apr 18, 2018

Join Will Brooks and Joanne Rochester for a preview of the 2018 Shakespeare on the Saskatchewan season

Literature Matters
A series of free community talks that examine diverse literary topics

A Shakespeare on the Saskatchewan Season Preview
Titus A. Puppet Revenge: Thinking about and rethinking Titus Andronicus

by Will Brooks, artistic producer and director
and Joanne Rochester, professor of English

Wednesday, Apr. 18
7:30 pm
Grace-Westminster United Church 
(Social Hall, 505 10th Street East)
All welcome 

Join Will Brooks and Joanne Rochester for this fascinating preview of the 2018 Shakespeare on the Saskatchewan (SOTS) season. They will discuss the performance history of Titus Andronicus and the innovative use of puppets for the SOTS 2018 production. Will and Joanne will be joined by some puppets and the puppet designer from Stumped Puppetry Studio.

 

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