Fall 2006 not offered
Sometimes famous, sometimes offbeat examples of drama, opera and film will be grouped in unorthodox sets to bring out surprising connections and relationships.
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DON GIOVANNI (Mozart) and THE MISANTHROPE (Moliere)
PROMETHEUS UNBOUND (Aeschylus) and HAPPY DAYS (Beckett)
PYGMALION (Shaw) and WHEN WE DEAD AWAKE (Ibsen)
THE PELICAN (Strindberg) and LONG DAY'S JOURNEY (O'Neill)
THE PHYSICIST (Durrenmatt) and COPENHAGEN (Frayn)
BETRAYAL (Pinter) and THE CRYPTOGRAM (Mamet)
HAROLD AND MAUDE (Higgins) and "MASTER HAROLD" AND THE BOYS (Fugard).
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Two written projects, one a traditional paper, the other bizarre.
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