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Warwick Ancient Drama Festival - 25/01/2019, Warwick (England)


Supporting the Warwick Ancient Drama Festival, on the 25th of January the Department is offering a series of lectures and seminars specifically for school students to link in with Latin, Greek, Classical Civilisation, Ancient History, Drama and English syllabuses at GCSE and AS/A2 (no previous knowledge of the subject area or play will be expected).


FECHA/DATE/DATA: 25/01/2019

LUGAR/LOCATION/LUOGO: Warwick Arts Centre (Warwick, England)

ORGANIZADOR/ORGANIZER/ORGANIZZATORE: Harvey Aungles

INFO: web - H.Aungles@warwick.ac.uk

INSCRIPCIÓN/REGISTRATION/REGISTRAZIONE:

Inscripción online / Registration online / Registrazione online

PROGRAMA/PROGRAM/PROGRAMMA:

25 JANUARY 2019

SCHOOLS DAY


From 10.30 am – Main stage auditorium open

11am-11.20 Main Stage – ALL – Welcome and Introduction to Ancient Theatre - Dr Emmanuela Bakola

11.20-12 – Main Stage – ALL – ‘Aristophanic Comedy and Society’ - Professor Michael Scott


SEMINARS – SESSION 1

12.15-1pm Option A: Dr Emmanuela Bakola: on ‘Why does Dionysus choose Aeschylus at the end of Frogs?’

12.15-1pm Option B: Professor C.W. Marshall (Professor of Classics, University of British Columbia) ‘Aristophanic comedy: serious laughter?’

12.15-1pm Option C: Dr David Fearn (Reader in Greek Language and Literature) on ‘Aristophanes up close’ (seminar/workshop)

12.15-1pm Option D: Dr Marchella Ward (Archivist/Researcher, Archive of Performances of Greek and Roman Drama, University of Oxford) on ‘Staging Aristophanic comedy’

1-2 pm – Lunch break for all


SEMINARS SESSION 2

2.15-3pm Option A: Dr Emmanuela Bakola: on ‘Why does Dionysus choose Aeschylus at the end of Frogs?’

2.15-3pm Option B: Professor C.W. Marshall (Professor of Classics, University of British Columbia) ‘Aristophanic comedy: serious laughter?’

2.15-3pm Option C: Dr David Fearn (Reader in Greek Language and Literature) on ‘Aristophanes up close’ (seminar/workshop)

2.15-3pm Option D: Dr Marchella Ward (Archivist/Researcher, Archive of Performances of Greek and Roman Drama, University of Oxford) on ‘Staging Aristophanic comedy’


3pm – Doors open of theatre for people to take seats


3.30pm – 5pm PERFORMANCE of Aristophanes’ Frogs


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