Much Ado About Nothing: A Colloquium -programme

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MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING:
A COLLOQUIUM

ROSE THEATRE KINGSTON
Saturday April 21 2018

09.30 Registration

9.45: Welcome

Richard Wilson (Kingston Shakespeare Seminar)
Alison Findlay (British Shakespeare Association)

10.00: An Introduction to the Play’s Performance History

Kathryn Prince (University of Ottawa)

10.20: Panel 1: Sex and Gender

Deborah Cartmell (De Montfort University)
Sara Reimers (Royal Holloway University London)
Elizabeth Schafer: Chair (Royal Holloway University London)

10.45 Coffee

11.15: Panel 2: Family and Intergenerational Tensions

Alison Findlay: Chair (Lancaster University)
Ben Haworth (Nottingham Trent University)
Lois Potter (University of Delaware)

11.50: Panel 3: Comedy and the Watch

Kathryn Prince (University of Ottawa)
Duncan Salkeld: Chair (Chichester University)
Richard Wilson (Kingston University)

12.25: A Conversation about the Rose Production

Simon Dormandy (Director)
Mel Giedroyc (Beatrice)
John Hopkins (Benedick)
Peter Smith: Chair (Nottingham Trent University)

13.10: Lunch

14.30: Performance of Much Ado About Nothing

 


 

Reserve a place at this free colloquium.

Get tickets for Much Ado About Nothing.

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