Homecoming in the South with Peter Saccio (Staunton, VA)

Blackfriars Playhouse and Stonewall Jackson Hotel
Historic Staunton, VA
October 29-31

Can’t make it to Hanover for Homecoming this fall? Consider celebrating Homecoming in the South with an extraordinary weekend of Shakespeare, scholarship, and Dartmouth camaraderie.

In this multipart event, we’ll see first-rate productions and participate in discussions with Peter Saccio, beloved Dartmouth professor and preeminent Shakespearean scholar, to gain further insight into the work that creates the magic of a Shakespearean play. Professor Saccio will lead us through a literary and theatrical labyrinth of Shakespeare’s plots, language, and themes, discussing their Elizabethan context and the significance subsequent generations have found in them.

The Taming of the Shrew – Friday, October 29
Othello – Saturday, October 30
Henry IV, part 2 – Sunday, October 31

Peter Saccio is the Leon D. Black Professor of Shakespearean Studies Emeritus at Dartmouth. He taught at Dartmouth for forty years and is now actively in alumni education. He’s published numerous books and articles on drama, as well as theatrical reviews, and many of his lectures are available in audio and video through The Teaching Company. Recognized repeatedly over the years for his commitment to teaching, Professor Saccio is the recipient of the Huntington Teaching Award for Outstanding Teaching and the Alumni Continuing Education award for service and dedication to lifelong learning for alumni.

This event is organized by the Office of Alumni Relations and co-sponsored by the Dartmouth Clubs of Piedmont and Central Virginia.

For more information, click here.

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