"Anonymous, Prolific Early Modern Writer" March 19
Monday, March 19, 3 p.m.
Professor Barbara Traister from Lehigh University will present the USD English Department colloquium lecture on 19 March, entitled, "Anonymous, Prolific Early Modern Writer." Neuharth Media Center.
CORIOLANUS playreading rescheduled for 13 March 2012
A message from Professor Darlene Farabee:
Subject: Playreading; Coriolanus rescheduled
By William Shakespeare
7.30pm Tuesday 13 March 2012
I postponed the Coriolanus reading from last Thursday and am going to hold it on the Tuesday evening after break. I hope this timing will be better for people (who might be more caught up after the spring break). Please respond by Monday morning early, March 12th, and I will cast the play in the afternoon and send out the cast list. If you had responded for the earlier call, please re-commit to the new time if you can make it; I won't assume you are signed up, except I do already have Leroy Meyer and Ed Allen down as able to make the new time. Ralph Fiennes won't be able to make it, unfortunately.
If you are looking forward in your schedule to other playreadings, I plan to have Shakespeare's King John on Sunday 18 March (when Professor Barbara Traister will be visiting from Lehigh University to give an English Department colloquium lecture on 19 March, "Anonymous, Prolific Early Modern Writer" ). And 10 April Tuesday seems a likely date for Henry V (when Robert Haddad will be visiting). I'll send out proper casting notices for those as the time draws nearer. --Darlene Farabee, darlene.farabee-AT-usd-DOT-edu .