Shakespeare in the Library
In collaboration with Southern Oregon University's Hannon Library, we bring speakers from home and abroad to present discussions on all things Shakespeare. Events are held in the Meese Room (Hannon Library room 305).
Bill Rauch, Artistic Director of Oregon Shakespeare Festival
Barry Kraft, "Shakespeare and Ovid's Metamorphoses"
Michael Jensen, "The Oregon Shakespeare Festival's Years on the Radio"
Alan Armstrong, "Staging Shakespeare's King John"
Lue Douthit, "A Play Diverges: Preparing Romeo and Juliet for Production"
Yu Jin Ko, "Ten Things I Hate (and Love) about American Shakespeare"
Dorothy Ormes, "Borrowed Bard: Shakespeare's Debt to Oral Tradition"
Kimberley Barry, "Oregon Shakespeare Festival: The First Seventy Years"
Kasey Mohammad, "(Re)Writing the Sonnets"
Mary Z. Maher, "Bio-graphing Shakespeare Actors: A Case Study in Nicholas Pennell"
Richard Hay, "The De-evolution of a Tradition: the Elizabethan Theatre at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival"
Barry Kraft, "Much Ado About Nothing: Shakespeare's Hero, Marlowe's Hero, Every Man's Hero"
Michael L. Hays, "From Page to Stage: Romancing the Tragedy"