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Literature

Sharing Shakespeare: King Henry IV, Part 1

Back by popular demand, the Aspen Institute presents the Sharing Shakespeare Series, curated by Tom Buesch, PhD.  Exploring another round of William Shakespeare’s plays, volunteer moderators will lead participants through lively discussions dissecting the intriguing themes and characters in Shakespeare that still resonate today. Participants will read one play per month and share their insights and questions to reach a fuller understanding of the Bard’s works.

Dates and Times:  Monday nights from 5:30–7:00 pm MT October 11, November 15, December 13, January 24, February 14, March 14, April 18, May 23, June 13.

Location: Zoom (virtual series)

Fee: $135, includes all sessions and reading materials. Scholarships available. Registration is now closed. Please email [email protected] to be put on the wait list or for further information.


Module 2

January 24: King Henry IV, Part 1 moderated by Bernie and Donna Grauer

February 14: Coriolanus moderated by Doug Peckham and Carl Lucero

March 14: King Henry IV, Part 2 moderated by Dipika Rai and Howie Mallory


Module 3

April 18: All’s Well that Ends Well moderated by Cari Shurman and Gerry VanderBeek

May 23: Troilus and Cressida moderated by Mike and Roberta McGowan

June 13: Henry V moderated by Julie Comins and Greg Pickrell

Event information
Date
Mon Jan 24, 2022
5:30pm - 7:00pm MST
Location
Virtual