Steven Wagschal to Give Public Lecture
Before Inaugural Performance of Shakespeare's The History of Cardenio. IUPUI, Thursday, April 19th, 5.30PM
Posted: Tuesday, April 17, 2012
Associate Professor Steven Wagschal will be the first public speaker at IUPUI's new state-of-the-art theater. His pre-performance lecture, "Two Cardenios: Cervantes' and Shakespeare's" will launch the scholarly and pedagogical conversations about Shakespeare's History of Cardenio in its relationship to Cervantes's Don Quixote, on which the play was based. The History of Cardenio (directed by Prof. Terri Bourus of IUPUI) will run from April 19-28, 2012, and will be capped by a one-day symposium on April 28.
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