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Shakespeare Book Club

WCapital Classics Logoest Hartford Public Library and the Capital Classics Theatre Company team up to bring you the Shakespeare Book Club. Join Capital Classics Artistic Associate and Professor of Theatre Geoffrey Sheehan in discussions of Shakespeare’s great works of theatrical literature.

Movie will be shown at 3PM.

Young Shakespeare: Seven Early Works
2017
10/2           The Taming of the Shrew
11/6           The Two Gentlemen of Verona
12/4           Titus Andronicus
2018
2/5             The Comedy of Errors
3/5             King John
4/2             The Merchant of Venice
5/7             Troilus and Cressida



The discussions will focus on literary elements, such as story, theme, and character, as well as theatrical staging ideas inspired by the texts. The Shakespeare Book Club usually gathers in the Library Meeting Room of the Noah Webster Library, 20 South Main Street, West Hartford, at 7:00pm on the first Monday of the month. Movie of the play will be shown at 3PM.

Geoffrey SheehanNo registration is needed to attend. The Club is open to any and all who have read or seen the entire play, and wish to discuss it. You may bring your own covered beverage or quiet snack to the meeting room.

Your Isham Garage parking will be validated in the Library Meeting Room before the discussion http://bit.ly/libparking. Please go directly from the parking garage to the library to validate your parking using your license plate number.

Shakespeare's Plays Online: http://shakespeare.mit.edu/

Geoffrey Sheehan is currently a professor of Theatre Arts at Housatonic Community College in Bridgeport where he also serves as the Theatre Arts Program Coordinator. Prior to his work at HCC, Geoffrey taught theatre in many Connecticut schools and youth programs. Geoffrey is also the co-founder and Artistic Associate with Capital Classics Theatre Company, home of the Capital Classics Shakespeare Festival produced every summer on the campus of the University of St. Joseph in West Hartford, CT. Geoffrey received his B.FA. in Drama from UCONN and his M.A.L.S. in Theatre from Wesleyan University.

Library contact: Joseph Cadieux x6998
This page: http://bit.ly/WHShakespeareclub