Macbeth: On the Page and On the Stage [F-17-41]

Presenter: Alvin Henry
Location: SLU: Atwood 031
Classes: 2 Sessions 1.5 hours
Dates: Wed 2:30 PM 10/11, 10/18
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In this class, we will read and discuss Shakespeare’s tragedy “Macbeth” (1606) and ask questions about power, justice, aging, guilt, love, and reparations. Our conversations will prepare participants to attend a free, professional performance at SLU by a major Shakespeare troupe, the last weekend of October.

Alvin Henry teaches in the English Department at SLU. Before this he worked as a hospital administrator and nuclear engineer.

NOTE: Suggested Text: The Folger Shakespeare Edition of Macbeth (ISBN: 0743477103); otherwise, any scholarly edition of the play.

Cap: 15



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