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September 28, 2012
Time:6:30-9:30 p.m.
Description:Student actors perform versions of the courtroom scene from "The Merchant of Venice" as part of a performance and panel discussion titled "Is That the Law?: Shakespeare's The Merchant of Venice." Reception begins at 6:30 p.m. in the Jamail Pavilion. Panel discussion follows.

Four panelists will discuss legal and related issues central to "The Merchant of Venice." Panelists are Alan Friedman, professor of English, coordinator of Actors from the London Stage, and faculty adviser for Spirit of Shakespeare; Angela Littwin, assistant professor at the UT School of Law; James Loehlin, director of Shakespeare at Winedale and professor of English at UT Austin; and James Shapiro, Larry Miller professor of English, Columbia University.
Location:School of Law, Eidman Courtroom (CCJ) 2.306
Contact:Marsha K Moyer | 512-232-1340
Sponsor:Department of English and School of Law
Categories:Business & Law, Everyone, Panel, Performance, Reception
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