Shakespeare Festival Conference
October 7-9, 2016
Grand Valley State University, Grand Rapids and Allendale, Michigan
$95 for faculty, staff and teachers; $55 for graduate students.
$110 for faculty and teachers; $65 for graduate students.
GVSU faculty, staff and graduate students may attend for free.
Michigan teachers will be able to register for Continuing Education Credits (C.E.U.'s) by attending and / or presenting at this conference.
Those wanting to pay by check rather than with a credit card online can print the online registration form at the above link, and mail it to:
Grand Valley Shakespeare Festival Conference
Attn. Allie Metz
290 LSH School of Communications
Grand Valley State University 1 Campus Drive
Allendale, MI 49534
Conference will include:
Keynote Speaker – Dr. Phyllis Rackin, Professor of English Emerita, University of Pennsylvania. Dr. Rackin, a former President of the Shakespeare Association of America, has published five books on Shakespeare: Shakespeare's Tragedies; Stages of History: Shakespeare's English Chronicles; and Engendering a Nation: A Feminist Account of Shakespeare's English Histories, which she wrote in collaboration with Professor Jean E. Howard; Shakespeare and Women, and an anthology of essays on The Merry Wives of Windsor, co-edited with Professor Evelyn Gajowski. Her awards include an ACLS fellowship and a Lindback award for distinguished teaching.
Plenary Speaker - Andrea Gammon, Director of Education from the Stratford Shakespeare Festival. Andrea received her BFA in Musical Theatre from the Boston Conservatory in Boston, MA, her BEd from the University of Western Ontario and her MA in Shakespeare Studies at the Shakespeare Institute in Stratford-upon-Avon, England. In her capacity as Director of Education with the Festival, she is the program director for the Festival’s education, outreach and enrichment activities for all patron interest groups including the Shakespeare School for students, the Teaching Shakespeare Program for teachers and multiple enrichment and Forum events for general audiences.
- Measure for Measure by the Grand Valley Shakespeare Festival
- GVSU’s Bard to Go educational touring troupe
- John Webster's The Duchess of Malfi by the Pigeon Creek Shakespeare Company
Presentations, workshops and roundtable discussions with national and international Shakespeare enthusiasts from university and professional settingsl
Reduced hotel rates for “Shakespeare Conference” (while rooms last) at the Holiday Inn Grand Rapids Downtown, Tel # (616) 235-7611.
Questions about submitting proposals / attending the conference can be sent directly to GVSU Theatre Professor Alli Metz at: email@example.com
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