Willpower! Montgomery College’s week long Shakespeare festival with free events, lectures, and demonstrations. I went to several of the events last year, which ultimately culminated into the American Shakespeare Center performance of “A Comedy of Errors”, and really enjoyed myself. So’ if you have the time, I can personally recommend checking it out.
Here are the details that were posted in our comment section just yesterday:
Greetings fellow Shakespeare lovers!
We’d like to invite you to attend WILLPOWER! – Montgomery College’s weeklong festival of performances, lectures, workshops, and master classes that celebrate the world of William Shakespeare. This year’s festival runs from April 11-17, 2011.
Our festival centers around our college performing arts series production of…
Wednesday-Saturday, April 11-16, 8pm
Sunday April 17, 2pm
(run time – approximately 2 ½ hrs)
Robert E. Parilla Performing Arts Center
Montgomery College, Rockville Campus
Other featured events include:
Adrian Webber Memorial Lecture
“‘Oh Brave New World’:
Medicine, Magic, and Gender in Shakespeare’s England”
Dr. Stephen Greenberg, NIH, National Library of Medicine, Historian of Science
Wednesday, April 13th
1:00 – 1:50 p.m. TA Arena, Rockville Campus
“From Ghosts and Witches to Mathematics and Mechanism: The Nature of Science
and How It Has Changed Our World View since Shakespeare’s Time”
— Dr. Emmett Holman, George Mason University
Monday, April 11th
2:00 p.m. – 3:15 p.m. TA Arena, Rockville Campus
“Solemn and Strange Music:
Discovering the Sounds of ‘The Tempest’” (workshop)
Mr. James Jacobs, WGBH 99.5, Boston
Tuesday, April 12th
11:00 a.m. – 12:15 p.m. TA Arena, Rockville Campus
See http://montgomerycollege.edu/willpower for the full schedule of events.
Except for performances of THE TEMPEST, all lectures and workshops are free to the public.
For more infomation, call KenYatta Rogers at 240-567-4001
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