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Kate Eastwood Norris Guest Lecture

Shakespeare: Text and Performance



Date & Time

November 30, 2021, 7:30 pm8:30 pm


The Department of English's 416/616 course, "Shakespeare: Text and Performance," will host a series of guest lectures over the fall 2021 semester.

For the final lecture, Kate Eastwood Norris, an actor, will discuss her work on a production of Shakespeare's Macbeth.

Kate Eastwood Norris is an award winning AEA actor with over 25 years of equity regional theater credits. She also directs and teaches extensively at universities and theaters across the United States. She holds a Masters in Humanities and Creativity from Pacifica Graduate Institute in Humanities and an MFA in Shakespeare and Performance from Mary Baldwin University with an emphasis on Comedy and its role in culture.

To attend these events, please email Dr. Michele Osherow for a Zoom link to join the ENGL 416/616 class session. These requests should be made by 5PM the day prior to the scheduled event.

Co-sponsored by the Dresher Center for the Humanities.

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