American Shakespeare 2014
The American Shakespeare Center on Tour will perform three plays in the UAH University Center Exhibit Hall in February. All shows begin at 7:00pm. A free pre-show lecture will be delivered by UAH faculty at 6:00pm each night in the University Center.
I Henry IV, Wednesday, February 5
The Merry Wives of Windsor, Thursday, February 6
Othello, Friday, February 7
These are sponsored by the Huntsville Literary Association and the English honor society Sigma Tau Delta.
HLA members: $15
Seniors (65 and older): $15
General Public: $20
Tickets will be general admission and seating will be limited to 350 per night.
Tickets wiill be available to schools on November 1st and to the general public on January 3 at the Coffee Tree, the Arts Council, and the UAHuntsville English Department (Morton Hall 222; 256-824-6320). Contact Dr. Jeff Nelson (email@example.com) for more information.
Teachers may contact Carol Roach (256-776-0037) or Gayle Milberger ( 256-881-5568) to order batches of student tickets to be delivered. (Teachers get a free ticket for every 20 student tickets sold.)
For further information about the company and current productions, you may visit the American Shakespeare Center website: and click on the link for "ASC on Tour."
Robert Antoni Reading AS FLIES TO WHATLESS BOYS
November 13, 6 p.m. in the Wilson Hall Art Gallery
ROBERT ANTONI is the author of the landmark novel Divina Trace, for which he received a Commonwealth Writers’ Prize and an NEA grant. His other books include Blessed Is the Fruit, My Grandmother’s Erotic Folktales, and Carnival. He was a 2010 Guggenheim Fellow (for his work on As Flies to Whatless Boys), and recently received the NALIS Lifetime Literary Award from the Trinidad & Tobago National Library. He now lives in Manhattan and teaches in the graduate writing program at the New School University. Visit his website: robertantoni.com.
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