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Elizabeth Cullingford, Chair CAL 226, Mailcode B5000, Austin, TX 78712 • 512-471-4991

Schedule of Events

The Tempest - 2011

The Actors from the London Stage fall 2014 residency will be held October 20-27 at the University of Texas at Austin. Performances of Much Ado About Nothing will be held at the Payne Theater on the UT campus, Wednesday, October 22 - Friday, October 24, and at the Winedale Theatre Barn, Round Top, Saturday, October 25. For information about tickets, please call (512) 471-4726.

Midsummer - 2010

Pre-Residency Events:

Thursday, October 16, 6:30pm  Reception followed by panel: “’One that knows the law, go to’: Shakespeare's Much Ado About Nothing.” With Professors William Forbath, UT Law School; David Kornhaber, Coordinator, AFTLS; Leah Marcus, Professor of English, Vanderbilt University; and the Spirit Of Shakespeare Players performing scenes from Much Ado About Nothing. Eidman Courtroom, UT Law School.

Friday 10/17: 3pm: Leah Marcus, Edwin Mims Professor of English, Vanderbilt University. "Ideologies of Female Conduct in Global Perspective: Much Ado about Nothing and The Taming of the Shrew." British Studies: Tom Lea Room, Harry Ransom Center.  

Hamlet - 2006

AFTLS Residency Week:

Monday: 10/20, 6:30pm: Welcome supper for actors, host faculty, student guides.

Wednesday 10/22:

12 noon: Poetry on the Plaza:  Harry Ransom Center Plaza.

7:30pm: Much Ado About Nothing Q&A with actors after performance.  Payne Theater, Winship Building.

Thursday 10/23, 7:30pm: Much Ado About Nothing Payne Theater, Winship Building.

Friday 10/24, 7:30pm: Much Ado About Nothing Payne Theater, Winship Building.

Saturday 10/25, 7pm:  Much Ado About Nothing Round Top, Winedale Theater Barn 

Tickets: 

Texas Performing Arts, tickets@texasperformingarts.org, 512-477-6060, or 1-800-982-2386

Shakespeare at Winedale, 512-471-4726 or visit Shakespeare at Winedale

Stills from Previous AFTLS Productions: The Tempest (2011), A Midsummer Night's Dream (2010), Hamlet (2006).

 

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